Welcome to the surreal world. Life is but a dream this Friday as the full moon in Pisces beams its bright magic in the skies. Everything takes on a psychedelic quality under the influence of this full moon, which will surely engender its share of trippy moments. That’s because Pisces rules the subconscious, the realm of lucid dreams, buried memories, auric fields and shamanic journeys. Not exactly the lightest of subject matter, eh? We may be surprised by what emerges from the depths of our own souls this Friday. But no matter what, it’s sure to be divinely inspired. Here are some tips for transforming the full moon in Pisces into pure poetry:
Brace yourselves people, this full moon can bring up some turbulent emotions. It might even make you feel a little “cray-cray” in moments. Since there’s no way around the madness, pick a healthy outlet for release. Pisces rules the feet and is also an avid music hound. There’s no better place to lose your s#!t during a Pisces full moon than on the middle of the dance floor. Whether it’s an ecstatic dance class, trance dance meditation, mosh pit, or outdoor club, do find a strobelight and let loose this Friday. Exhaust yourself at an electronic music show, Zumba till the cows come home. Just dance (dance, dance). Then, come home and soak your tootsies in a luscious essential oil foot bath.
Secret crushes, surreptitious affairs, clandestine rendezvous: the full moon in Pisces permeates the air with a Romeo and Juliet vibe. But instead of getting swept up in anything torrid and tempestuous, remember that Pisces also brings the power of the pen, at least the poetic one. Write an ode to your true love, or the one you hope will fill that role. Hit send, or drop it in the mail on lightly scented stationary. PS: Results from a full moon usually flow in within two weeks. Does s/he love you or love you not? Ah, the crashing highs and lows, the thrill of suspense: this is what the Pisces full moon lives for, so enjoy the rollercoaster ride. If you’re single and option-free, write the poem to your would-be lover and set it on an altar for two weeks. Romance the letter with rose petals, crystals and other sacred objects as a means of manifesting love. You might also check out the brilliant work of Katherine Woodward Thomas at CallingInTheOne.com.
Ruled by Neptune, god of the seas, Pisces is the zodiac’s mermaid. As such, all things that live below the surface are the domain of the zodiac’s fish. This full moon wants us to dive deeper into our subconscious and discover the desires growing on the proverbial ocean floor. Enter “Creative Flowdreaming: Manifesting Your Dreams in the Life You’ve Already Got.” An alternative to traditional Law Of Attraction work, author Summer McStravick offers a practical technique for manifestation. Learn how to become an “artist of living” who can sculpt opportunities and create your truest form of happiness. All this by tapping into the universal flow of energy that already exists. Check it out in book form or at flowdreaming.com
As the final of the twelve signs of the zodiac, Pisces is connected with the final years of life, the time when memories fade and blur and thoughts become less lucid. Who are the elders in your neighborhood? Your family? Take time to sit and talk with a fascinating octogenarian in your world. Listening to stories about “the good old days” will be a heartwarming experience under the light of this full moon. As our society tends to cast the elderly aside, your visit will probably have a profoundly uplifting impact. But it goes both ways, so expect to get an earful of inspiration inreturn.
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