The Scorpio Full Moon teaches us that we have to let go of emotional control and trust that what we want is already in the process of being manifested
I’m sorry to be so late in the game with my Full Moon piece. I have spent the last week in New York City at work on the movie that I am helping to produce. I was also able to visit some old friends who I hadn’t seen in a while. And most importantly, I was able to reconnect with a city that I left almost ten years ago to pursue a new life and some bigger dreams in Los Angeles. On my last night in Brooklyn, I was able to stand on a rooftop overlooking Manhattan, and I was struck with the enormity of it. And I was struck with the fact that I lived there. A young man with barely any money and no job, I had moved there in my early twenties to follow the lifelong goal to live in New York City. And I did it. In that moment of remembrance, I was able to recognize the strength and determination that dwells within me. But I sometimes lose sight of it and feel afraid or apprehensive. This trip gave me the gift of hindsight and allowed me to see all of the man that I am. There, on that building rooftop in Dumbo, I was able to see the fearless man that I can be, and I was able to let go of some of the timid man I had become. A piece of me had come home, and just in time for the Scorpio Full Moon.
The Scorpio Full Moon teaches us that we have to let go of emotional control and trust that what we want is already in the process of being manifested. We may have fears around some of the things going on in our lives. A lot of us are being asked to step up and accept more responsibility for our selves and our life choices. And this full moon is amplifying that, as our souls are continuing their push towards maturity and growth. If we are able to trust our intuition and let our purest inner voice guide us, we then can really see the fruits of our greatest dreams start to emerge on the tree of life. And I know we all want that. But in order to truly get the dreams fulfilled, we have to believe wholeheartedly that they can. We have to let go and trust.
Be one who originates positivity and change in your life
The ideas for all the changes you want to take root are still emerging, and those projects you want to bring into full light are still immersed in a lot more discussion that you would like. But this is the test. We all must be willing to do the mental and physical work toward manifesting a goal with the belief that everything we want will work out. If we can’t allow that faith inside and instill it into the work we’re doing, we will instead work from a place of fear. And that will only cause us to destroy everything we have worked toward up until this point. So don’t be one of the destroyers. Be one who originates positivity and change in your life. Have faith in yourself and what you want. That is the only way to succeed.
This Full Moon is also an eclipse, which in astrology means that the energy of it intensifies over the next couple of weeks as we head to the new moon in Taurus. That one will also come with an eclipse. As Susan Miller calls it, this is an “eclipse season”, as we will then have a third eclipse at the end of May. All this is to say that everything we are trying to put into motion can happen, but it comes at a price. And it’s an internal one. We have to face everything with a strength and grace we may have never seen inside of us before. Or, like me, had forgotten that we already have.
So let go of your preconceived notions of you and invite a greater transformation into your life. I know you can. Here are some quick little capsules of knowledge to better help you do so: