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Friday, Oct 23 at 6.24am PDT
The seductive Sun in Scorpio squares the unpredictable moon in Aquarius. Luna transitions from Capricorn to Aquarius early on the day of the quarter moon and will stay here until Oct 25 before moving on to Pisces. On Oct 30, Luna transitions Aries to Taurus for the full moon – a blue moon on Halloween!
The first quarter moon rises at noon, peaks at dusk, and sets at midnight all over the world, no matter your time zone. This is the first moon phase of the Scorpio solar cycle.
Aquarius is one of the most vivacious archetypes in the zodiac. He is loud, impulsive, and often late. He does whatever he pleases and possesses extraordinary powers of manifestation. He asks: why not? He is a daredevil, a visionary. You never know what’s coming. And then there’s Scorpio, a devilish vixen digging her pincers into the collective psyche.
Whatever happens at this moon phase, we won’t see it coming. From the bottomless night, Scorpio whispers: do you remember? The womb, the tomb? This is where I live. And so it is. Creature of infinite water, gather your power.
The magic of Aquarius is MOVEMENT and ADVENTURE. Let the winds of Aquarius fill your lungs and mind, fresh and invigorating. If possible, spend time near a body of water. On this quarter moon last year, my partner and I went on a hot springs adventure and met a ton of international folks who were blaring music out in the woods. A very lively, talkative moon phase.
Aquarius rules the lower legs in the body. When we invert the body, feet above the heart and head, the body becomes a bridge from one realm to the next. To see your feet in the air above you is revolutionary; it defies normalcy. Inversions remind us that at any moment, reality can be subverted and transgressed. There are no rules, no limitations. Give it a try with Aquarius Yoga. In meditation, stay grounded by focusing on the root chakra. To find your personal moon sign, click here.