Between Two Eclipses: A Moment of All Potential

Posted by Eric F Coppolino

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Speaking in practical terms, this is the moment to act on your intentions. It’s true that in our great, vast, creative universe, everything is possible all the time; though there are especially lavish moments, and the ability to see them is why we use astrology.

The Moon is now approaching first quarter phase, halfway between last week’s New Moon and next week’s Full Moon. However, the New Moon was a total solar eclipse in Pisces, and the coming Full Moon is a lunar eclipse.

Speaking in practical terms, this is the moment to act on your intentions.

It’s true that in our great, vast, creative universe, everything is possible all the time; though there are especially lavish moments, and the ability to see them is why we use astrology. We could call out many themes from this pattern of eclipses (I have described the recent Pisces eclipse in this article).

The space between two eclipses is a moment when the physical world is particularly flexible, and subject to creative intentions. Eclipses are moments to both establish new patterns and release old ones. That’s what makes them especially fertile events.

We are building toward a Full Moon, which means you can hitch your wagon to that pony and pick up the momentum. Grab anything in motion while it’s within reach.

5 thoughts on “Between Two Eclipses: A Moment of All Potential

        1. Amanda PainterAmanda Painter

          hahahaha — Amanda, I just realized that the first time I read your comment, I thought it said, “So. Much INTERNAL!”

          So I think maybe I’m experiencing inertia of the “bodies in motion stay in motion” more than the “bodies at rest tend to stay at rest” variety — but a lot of the motion is *internal*.

          ;)
          Typos can be great sometimes, can’t they? (I’m an editor — you won’t hear me saying that often!)

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