On March 16, 2022

You may feel the need to tidy up, plan

By Cassandra Tyndall

The annual Virgo Full Moon generally denotes a time to get organized and attend to practical planning. You might feel inclined to draw up a to-do list, feeling a sense of accomplishment as you mark each task as completed in your home or office. Tidying up and streamlining systems is perfect for a pre-emptive spring clean as we quickly approach the end of Q1 2022! 

Before you jump in and get busy, it may be important to remember that the ruler of this lunation is Mercury in Pisces. Thus, instead of getting organized in a traditional fashion, opting for organized chaos may be appropriate. This might mean not having everything perfect or all figured out. You may have to suffice with good enough, instead of how you actually want it. In fact, if you can allow a little wiggle room for error, you keep open the option for creative insights. Rather than trying to figure out all the facts, allow yourself to be guided by your feelings, intuitive inklings and the magic of what’s possible. If you feel confused or uncertain, don’t get hung up on what could go wrong. Instead, bask in the idea of what could go right. 

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