The Full Moon in Sagittarius occurred this morning, Monday, June 4 at 7:12 am Eastern (11:12 am, Monday, June 4, GMT) at 14 degrees. Full Moons represent the culmination of those things that were begun with the New Moon (in this case the May 20 New Moon in Gemini, which found us focusing on efforts in our social life, friendships, and family relationships.

The Sagittarius Full Moon opposes the Sun in Gemini; we are reminded to check ourselves in the progress we made towards our goals set during the Gemini New Moon. How are we balancing our social lives? Are goals of better communication starting to come to fruition? Sagittarius, the wise philosopher, presses us to examine (with renewed wisdom) our lives and where we are at with our goals. A mutable sign, changes can be expected—and even welcome.

A partial lunar eclipse also occurred this morning, just before the Full Moon exactness at 7:12 am EDT. (It was the first of two lunar eclipses happening this year; the next is at the end of November.) This eclipse is also on the heels of the May 20 New Moon in Gemini that was joined with an annular solar eclipse, bringing an air of closure to this particular New Moon-Full Moon cycle.

Written by Anna
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