Friday, March 18, 2011

Virgo Full Moon - March 19, 2011

The Virgo Full Moon highlights the turmoil surrounding so many people.  The world's seemingly ripping apart at the seams. Between the civil strife, the economic unrest, the earthquakes and the storms at a global level, plus, the personal calamities along with the ongoing news reports, we are starting to feel beat down. Yet, this is the nature of change. Uranus moving into Aries and currently moving over the Aries Point is ensuring that we understand the significance of the messages by forcing us to change our attitudes and our perspectives through basic brute force.

The Full Moon report is available at  Additionally, the Lunar Living crew is working on a fund-raising drive to help provide medical and basic needs support to the people of Japan. Visit our site to read more about the Full Moon's impact, as well as how we can work together to help with Japan's disaster.

Friday, March 04, 2011

Pisces New Moon - March 4, 2011

The Pisces New Moon is typically associated with feelings of Spring Fever. The New Moon in Pisces article at Lunar Living ( is available now, online. With six planets currently in Pisces, we will discover the significance of caring for the self. The end of winter is close at hand, yet the winter weather has held on steadfastly for many areas around the world, despite the February message of an early spring from the local groundhog. Spring, seemingly, has been very slow in arriving. However, in a couple of weeks, the season of spring (fall for the southern hemisphere) will be here soon and winter will be forced to the side, at least based on time.

This winter season has been a particularly rough one with the difficult weather conditions in many areas that are not accustomed to the harsh weather patterns. For some of us, the colder than normal temps have taken their toll on our states of mind. Spring fever is looming. March is a good month for celebration to help stave off the late winter depression. Next week is Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday), daylight saving time begins on March 13 and then another fun day of celebration, St. Patrick's Day on March 17. These "Spring is almost here" events can all help to break up the doldrums of the last remnants of winter as we ring in the arrival of spring.