On Tuesday, June 14th at 7:52 eastern time, we will have a sparkling Sagittarius Full Moon. As always, the Full Moon is a moment of culmination, when the energy that was present at the time of the New Moon reaches its peak, and also its opposite. It is a time when our magic is high, but so is our need to surrender and go with the flow. Truly anything can happen at a full moon - after all, it's where the term lunacy comes from - and this particular full moon is all about dreaming big and aligning with our spiritual truth.
Gemini season, though, isn't typically a time of contemplation. I see Gemini as the bee, buzzing from flower to flower, working hard and playing hard, filling every last moment of the day with stuff. Gemini energy loves to observe and then immediately turn it into communication - perhaps that's why Geminis are considered to be gossips. Their gossip isn't hurtful, however - Geminis just find people fascinating and can't help but chat about it. During Gemini season, we often feel like our energy is scattered as we run around doing a million things at once. In fact, as of Monday, the ruler of Gemini (Mercury) re-enters the sign of Gemini after retrograding, so our minds are busy-busy-busy.
And yet, the Full Moon is a glimpse of Gemini's opposite sign, Sagittarius (every Full Moon is an expression of the zodiac sign that opposes the one the Sun is currently in). The Gemini-Sagittarius axis is called "The Axis of the Mind." Both signs are considered masculine (Gemini - Air, Sag - Fire) and therefore are both ever-moving, active, rational. But the focus of that active energy is very different.
Instead of the who-what-where-when gos