Full Moon in Libra April 16th, 2022

By Levi Banner

The Full Moon in Libra is on April 16 at 18:55 GMT. This is the first Full Moon after the March Equinox. Therefore, in the opposite sign of the Sun in Aries.
This Full Moon is illuminating the area of the sky the Sun will be in six months from now. A couple of weeks after the September Equinox.

Libra is the sign of the other equinox and is therefore known as a sign of balance, harmony, and collaboration. It’s the archetype of a good partner, a good friend, or someone that diplomatically looks for harmony and balance in all that they do. Libra values justice, fairness, and equality.

This Full Moon is a time to bring balance to all the action and activity you might feel since the New Moon in Aries two weeks ago. This is also the culmination of the intentions you set then.

Ideally, you engage in a ceremony tonight that brings balance to the actions you’re taking to achieve your goals as well as harmony within yourself and your relationships.

You might ask yourself: How can I balance achievement and rest? How can I find more peace and harmony within? How can I better my relationships?

Ultimately, this is a time to cultivate connections, communicate clearly, and emphasize the value of relationships in your life. You might take this time to discover the balance between self and others.

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