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Well, Hello, and Welcome to the "Musical Astrologer." My name is Christina Malone, and I'm going to be talking this week about The Full Moon in Virgo. And as I've said before,
the Full Moon is when the Sun and the Moon are in opposite signs. It takes place this
Sunday, March 12, 2017, at approximately 10:54 a.m. Eastern Time.
And so at that time, the Sun, which is still in Pisces, which we talked about last time, will be opposite the Moon, which will be in the sign of Virgo, and so what I like to talk about is the Full Moon always brings to full light the expression of whatever sign the Moon is in at that time, and the Moon will be in Virgo and the Sun will be Pisces, so we're going to talk about Virgo.
The main thing about Virgo is that it is the sign of Health, and also Menial Tasks, and Service, so it is related to Housekeeping and Secretarial work and Nursing -- anything in a supportive role. Also, Virgo is ruled by Mercury, and its statement is "I Analyze," so it tends to get into "Analysis Paralysis," and it's going to be full of that kind of over-thinking things.
And it's just opposite of Pisces, which we talked about last time -- it's statement is "I Believe" -- so it's basically what I want to think about, or what I want to try and figure out, versus what I believe. And Pisces is the subconscious mind, which also is connected to the dream world, and feels everything very powerfully. We said it's like an ocean of emotion. So Full Moons generally are a more emotional time, and because Virgo has that analytical part, where it picks everything apart, it can be a time of a lot of thinking.
Virgo also rules the colon in the body and so, it's related to Health, because a healthy colon is a healthy body. And it's recommended, since Virgo also is connected to the harvest time of year, in late August, and September, it is a time of focusing on eating healthy, and especially eating your fresh fruits and vegetables -- so, it's interesting that it is connected to the harvest.
I also think that because it is a service-oriented sign, this is a good time to try and do a little bit of service, and just do the next right thing that's in front of you. So even if you're just in a grocery store, to greet the lady at the cash register with a smile, or to call a friend and ask them how they're doing.
And because this is a bit overwhelming this time of year -- of course all Full Moons can
be overwhelming emotionally, I'm going to play a song for you, which I wrote the music to -- the words are by St. Theresa of Avila, who was a mystic saint of the 1500s, and she was born on March 28, 1515, and my sister and I put this these words to music a long time ago, and of course, it's available on "www.Musical Astrologer.com" -- it's called, "Let Nothing Afright Me" -- so, I hope you enjoy it, and I'm going to play that now, and I will sing a little bit of it for you.
Link to St. Theresa of Avila on Wikipedia
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"Let Nothing Afright Me
Nothing Disturb Me
All Things Are Passing.
God Never Moves.
Attaineth To All.
Him who has God,
In Nothing is Lacking.
Alone, God Suffices."
So try not to think too much, do a little bit of service, get into your heart, and let nothing disturb you.
Take care of your wonderful Self!
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I am a Musical Astrologer, which simply means that I love to write songs, and I love to share my views of life from the perspective of the Stars, using the Ancient Art and Science of Astrology. My goal is to uplift people with my words and melodies!