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Full Moon in Libra April 2017 - 4/10/2017 11:09:00 PM ~ Good Fortune

Full Moon in Libra April 2017

The April 11th full moon at 21°32′ Libra falls in Libra decan 3 and is extremely sensitive to the collectives’ emotions. It could offer some respite to difficult situations that may be occuring within your relationships. The Moon will conjunct Jupiter in Libra within 4 degrees.This should make you feel happy and content. You will want to share you good mood, which is ideal for socializing and partying. This is a time of optimism, generosity and good fortune. Luck is on your side your but most rewarding should be your emotional and spiritual growth. The Jupiter retrograde period can bring success and luck in love but since it is opposing Uranus things will seem to be very unexpected or our luck could change at any moment. Domestic bliss and relationship happiness are also threatened by the Sun and Uranus opposition, and by Pluto square Moon. 

Sun conjunct Uranus does have positive attributes. Apart from being exciting, it opens up your consciousness to higher vibrations. Change is just a part of full moon April 2017. The manner in which you react to change is critical. Impulsive decisions could turn a minor drama into total chaos. Try to remain aware of subconscious urges to break free, antagonize, or tease just for attention and excitement. Unexpected events, mood swings or emotional detachment can put a lot of strain on an existing relationship. This is time when luck and fate collide out of the blue sky.  If you want to improve your odds of something good happening, keep your eye on the horizon and for Godsakes, leave the house. Remember that, “life favors the risk-taker” and people who expect good things to happen, have good things happen more often than those who lack optimism.

The Libra Full Moon, whilst generously accented by its closeness to Jupiter, may have us weighing up the costs to our freedom in our relationships. It makes me think of that track by the Clash ‘should I stay or should I go’.

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