On January 5/6 (depending on where you live), we had a New Moon partial solar eclipse at 15° Capricorn, and today, January 21, we have a Full Moon total lunar eclipse at 0° Leo. The first is about allowing our past to give way to a brighter, happier future with unlimited potential in preparation for, and signified by, today’s Full Moon. As with all eclipses, the effects can last up to six months, so we may continue to understand and work with these energies as the year progresses.
Whatever area of life the eclipse affects in our birth chart could see something being “eclipsed out” of our life. In my case, the eclipse occurred in the 3rd house of communication, which also rules technical and mechanical devices. The eclipse occurred on January 5; five days later my cell phone didn’t just become in need of repair, it completely shattered. Symbolically, it’s a sign that old ways of communicating, and perhaps an “old network”, will need to pass away. Whatever it is will make better sense to you if you are aware of your chart configuration.
A few other significant aspects from this chart are listed here, and represent a few of those I included in the Full Moon Astro Sound recording:
Sun/Full Moon (opposition): Opportunity to fully let go of our past and embrace unlimited creative potential
Sun/South Node conjunction: Signifies that something from our past might be brought into a new form of expression
Sun/Pluto conjunction: Creative will and purpose are expressed with power, passion, and integrity, or met with shadow projections
Full Moon/Uranus square: Reconciling desire for freedom and individuality with emotional needs
Mercury/Uranus square: Reconciling common sense and tradition with desire for freedom, individuality, and/or possible change in direction
Venus/Mars trine: Supreme harmony between gender expressions regardless of sexual orientation
Venus/Jupiter conjunction: Acquisition and prosperity are magnified; beneficial encounters with others far and wide
Mars/Jupiter trine: Fiery determination combines harmoniously with sense of adventure and exploration of new horizons