The Piscean Total Eclipse Of March 9: Authenticity, Authority, And Awareness
March’s Piscean new Moon is a total solar eclipse. Occurring on March 9, it promises to be a powerful one as it is conjunct Chiron and exactly opposite Jupiter. As always in an eclipse, the Moons nodes are involved and this is a south node eclipse, meaning, this is one of letting go of things; beliefs, mindsets, releasing old outworn conditions, releasing people, places or possessions. This is a time for a healing, not only because this is a total solar eclipse in Pisces, but because it so closely involves Chiron. Chiron is known as the Wounded Healer and The Stories We Tell Ourselves. In order to truly grow, we do well to listen to those stories – to hear ourselves not only speaking, but to listen to the thoughts we are thinking. With Jupiter opposite Chiron, we may find ourselves vacillating between reality and fiction – between what we want to do and what we have to do – between what is the desired result and what is expected of us in society.
With Jupiter conjuncting the Moon’s north node in Virgo, we may feel a need to get going, to get in the race, to travel, to grab life by the horns, to take a risk, to step out of our usual comfort zone, etc.
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