There is no master if there is no slave, there is no slave if there is no master. Or how to become self-sufficient and responsible in order to interact in a more just and equitable way for both ourselves and the community.
When the Moon will be full, all previously retrograde planets will have resumed their direct march releasing the fruit of our discoveries and reflections, but also our frustrations and other exasperations.
Here is a Full Moon under very high voltage! A Full Moon that is located in Aries and which is then tinted with attributes specific to the first zodiac sign: dynamism and creativity as well as fierce independence and impulsiveness. Mars, Master of the sign, is at this moment opposite, in the social sign of Libra. If this position tends to appease a little the ardour of the valiant warrior, his posture in Libra, which seeks to round the angles even if it denies the individual needs to the benefit of the collective, does not allow a real act as well as a tangible harvest of the little that we could possibly succeed in sowing (remember that Libra is a Air sign, connected to the psyche while Aries is a Fire sign, symbol of concrete action and will). As a result, Aries, whose creative power is strongly contained - both literally and figuratively - risks fulminating in an attempt to find or regain a kind of freedom.
Here we are making the big gap between the need to express our subjective truth without putting a filter on it and our need to be connected to the Others by being accepted as we are, without judgments or expectations, in one way or the other. And this is what the Full Moon in Aries teaches us: find or regain our autonomy, our independence by ceasing to seek the support or validation of the Other. As you know, the balance is between the two poles. Therefore, if we lean a little too much towards Aries, we may well become more and more reactive, emotional, excitable, milk soup... violent! While if we lean a little too much on the side of Libra, we could develop even more submission, passivity, withdrawal into oneself, negation of our fundamental needs and thus escape into dream and illusion. But for how long? Change is on the way and no one will escape it...
This Full Moon touches the axis of I and WE. The previously retrograde planets invited us to introspection. Since their resumption in direct march, what have we discovered, updated, brought back to consciousness? In relation to our relationships, whether they are emotional, friendly, family, social, professional... Something has emerged. Something that we already knew and can no longer deny. Or something that we felt vaguely and that is now valid. What is certain is that these relations can no longer remain as they are. What is certain is that for these relationships to transform, there is something in us that must change, our behaviour, our vision, our personal involvement...
What has matured must now take shape in matter and it will take some time. Pluto, who is still in Capricorn for two years, tells us that the transformation will not take place with a snap of the fingers. But the Full Moon in Aries tells us that we are at the dawn of a new era. For ourselves, individually, and for the society we are the creators of. The question is: how will we choose to become personally involved?