The Capricorn Super Full Moon peaks on June 24/25, 2021 depending on your timezone.
The Capricorn Super Full Moon brings waves of energy that are mixed in feeling and in frequency. We may feel all over the place or pulled in many directions, but thankfully, the grounding earthiness that Capricorn holds will help to keep us in our center and in a place of calm stability as we navigate the energies.
Full Moons, especially Super Full Moons, have the ability to draw things out of us. They act as a magnet, pulling out all that is no longer necessary or needed. Sometimes this release can feel cathartic and welcomed, and other times it can feel intense.
We may find ourselves moving in-between these two states under the influence of this June Super Full Moon. We may be able to feel the relief that comes when our Spirit is cleansed and lifted, but we may also feel the intensity of the release we are experiencing too.
There is a duality to the energies we feel on this June Full Moon. We may not know if we are coming or going or exactly what to feel, or how to progress. That is the nature of this Full Moon. It brings wildcard energy, stirring things until we are unable to see clearly ahead. It does not do this to annoy, but rather to get us to slow down and see things from a different vantage point.
When the dust finally settles and the room stops spinning, we can see where we have landed. We can also see what has been broken during our spin and what has stood the test of time.
Capricorn energy supports us in creating a life with a strong and solid foundation. Capricorn energy naturally nurtures things that are designed to stand the test of time, so we may find ourselves naturally drawn to focus on these aspects of our lives.
Pholus, an asteroid similar to Chiron and relating to omens, divine truth, and cause and effect, is also very active at the time of this Full Moon.
In astrology, whenever Pholus’ energy is strong, it indicates a turning point or a simple action that leads to the opening of a new path.
Astrologer, Melanie Reinhart who has studied Pholus extensively, says its energy is like the “lid coming off,” revealing a new storyline that throws our lives into a whole new direction.
This idea of the “lid coming off” can also indicate a new truth emerging, or new wisdom coming to the surface that helps us understand things from a deeper and more meaningful perspective.
When Pholus’ energy is involved, it can often lead us to discover information about our ancestors, our family, and our relationships. It can also trigger family wounds or even generational wounds that we may be carrying.
Pholus’ energy is not from this world. It moves outside the boundaries of our everyday life, so whatever comes up for us is likely to be something that we feel on a deeply spiritual or internal level. While external triggers may exist, this work feels deeply personal.
Sometimes with Pholus’ energy, it is easy to feel regret or remorse. Under the rays of this Full Moon, we may find ourselves wishing we had done things differently or perhaps taken a different approach.
While regret is an awful feeling to work with, it is a part of life and a part of our human nature. We all feel regret at times, but unless there is anything we can do in the present moment to make changes, it is something that we eventually need to make peace with and forgive.
Under the light of the Capricorn Super Full Moon, how can you forgive yourself for any regrets you may be carrying? How can you release yourself from the should of’s and could of’s and see yourself as a learner, as someone who is growing, as someone who deserves to be forgiven?
If you are holding onto past regrets, you may find that this Full Moon brings them to the surface for release. Know you are fully supported to let them go once and for all.
The recent Eclipses were intense, and now it seems that this Full Moon and Pholus is asking us to remember that life is a journey filled with twists and turns, not a neatly laid out destination to be reached.
We don’t have to make sense of life in order to accept all that it brings. Life rarely makes sense to us, but perhaps that is the point. Perhaps the idea is that life keeps us on our toes and forever learning.
The idea of life isn’t to have it all neatly figured out. The idea of life is to move through the adventure that it brings and to keep opening yourself to new experiences, new ideas, and new ways of seeing things.
There is a softness to be found when we are able to surrender and admit that we don’t need to have all the answers. There is a peace that follows when we are able to forgive ourselves for all the things we did not know.
Under the Super Full Moon of June, things may spin, we may feel a little scattered and all over the place, we may feel our moods pushed and pulled in different directions. We may even observe those painful regrets rising to the surface in order to be looked at.
But wherever we find ourselves, whatever comes up for us, it is the nature and adventure of life.
Let yourself see it from that lens. Let yourself let go of the seriousness of it all and welcome the idea that we are simply on an adventure of learning. Remind yourself of these words by Eckhart Tolle- “Life is not as serious as the mind makes it out to be,” and hold close to your heart that you deserve your forgiveness.