Full Moon in Gemini is Saturday, December 18, at 9:35PM Mountain Standard Time (MST)
Known as the Cold Moon or the Long Night Moon, it is the closest to the Solstice or the longest night of the year. This moon is a good time for necessary personal reflection on where you have been, what you have learned, and where you wish to go from here, so you can prepare to release the old on the Solstice, and begin to plan, organize and bring in what you truly want on this expansive platform.
It is good time for dreaming, sharing, and opening up your optimism, all the while using your personal truth as a point of reference. A focus on relationships can bring emotional realizations, either bringing people closer together or drifting them apart.
The need for balance emerges as not only something to consider but something to include.
We study and embrace the balance between intuition and thought, information and wisdom, doing and being, action and patience, community and personal time.
Use this full moon time as a preparation for Solstice and to practice optimism, hope, truth and curiosity.
The winter solstice happens on Tuesday, December 21, 2021, 8:59 AM MST.
Think of it this way: Although the winter solstice means the start of winter, it also means the return of more sunlight. It only gets brighter from here!
This is all thanks to Earth’s tilted axis, which makes it so that one half of Earth is pointed away from the Sun and the other half is pointed towards it at the time of the solstice.