Full Moon with Lunar Eclipse in Taurus- October 28, 2023

Full Moon with Lunar Eclipse in Taurus- October 28, 2023

The Full Blood Moon in Taurus arrives on October 28, 2023, and is accompanied by a partial lunar eclipse. This eclipse marks the end of a cycle that began in November of 2021, bringing to an end any stories in your life that began around the same time, especially in the areas of money, career, or relationships. Because of this, this lunar eclipse and this Full Moon in Taurus can be highly transformative, as there is so much power in finally releasing situations that you have outgrown. Take a moment with this Full Moon to reflect back on just how far you've come in the past two years and what you have overcome, and tap into that grounded Taurus energy to bring peace, comfort, and harmony to yourself and your life.

Understand that eclipses are often seen as cosmic gateways, offering you the opportunity to release old patterns, beliefs, and emotional baggage. This sometimes only occurs by shaking things up a bit, as change generally doesn't come when times are easy. Full Moon eclipses help shed further light on areas of your life kept in the dark. Information could be revealed during this Full Moon eclipse that helps you transform some part of yourself or your life. With this celestial event occurring in Taurus, it encourages you to confront your attachments and relationships and find a sense of security within yourself. It's a time to embrace change and possible endings, let go of the past, and set the stage for a more harmonious and prosperous future.

Taurus, known for its earthy and sensual qualities, brings a sense of grounding and practicality to this lunar eclipse, making it one of the more comforting eclipses. It encourages you to connect more with your physical body and pleasures, your environment, and the material world. The energy of the Full Blood Moon in Taurus opposite the Sun in Scorpio is all about striking a balance between the tangible/physical and the spiritual/emotional aspects of your existence. What good is all of the hard work if you don't enjoy the benefits? 

Blessings,
Morgan