Expanding Into Curiosity & Exploration for a Higher Purpose
The Sagittarius Full Moon takes place on June 3, 2023, at ~11:41 pm ET in the element of Fire.
What a way to kick off Pride Month! 🌈🌈🌈
Full moons can signify completion, fertility, and transformation. These lunations can prompt expression and intuitive insights. Full moons also serve as apexes where we get to consider how our new moon intentions are playing out and what may need adjusting in our lives.
The full moon in Sagittarius gives us a philosopher-meets-world traveler vibe. We are encouraged to explore knowledge internally and externally and embrace new ways of being. Sagittarius is a mutable fire sign, after all! This fire sign is also very optimistic but not delusional. Sagittarius encourages us to speak the truth and be honest with ourselves and others too.
Remember to ground yourself with this full moon, like with all full moons. As exciting and energizing as full moons can be, for some folks, they may feel overwhelming. Take care in ways that feel best for you during this time.
Regardless of where you are in your cycle or what season of your life you’re currently experiencing, this can be a satisfying and exciting time to expand into curiosity and exploration for a higher purpose.
Sagittarius, symbolized by The Centaur/Archer, is a fire sign that rules the Temperance card in tarot and understands the value of truth-seeking, being adaptable, and growing toward enlightenment. Sagittarius inspires us to be radically honest with ourselves and others, and to open ourselves up to exploring for the purpose of discovering more of what is true for all of us.
The Sagittarius archetype represents knowledge, expansion, movement, and travel. We can bring those qualities of prioritizing adventure, valuing truth, and embracing curiosity, to all aspects of our lives.
Let us enjoy the fruitfulness of this full moon and lean into the new perspectives, challenged beliefs, and playful exploration that comes with it.
Expanding into Curiosity & Exploration for a Higher Purpose
Here are some prompts to pull cards for or journal about (or both!) to help you reflect this full moon.
No matter how your personal astrology interacts with these signs, it's a good time to reflect on these themes of expanding into curiosity and exploration for a higher purpose.
- How can I give myself more permission to lean in and follow my curiosities?
- What do I want to explore?
- What do I need to be more honest about with myself and others?
- What is true for me when it comes to _____? (my career, my relationship, my health, etc.)
As always, take your time answering and reflecting upon these questions – you can revisit them throughout the year and beyond this new moon.
This full moon’s invitation to explore and seek what feels true for you may inspire you to search for new ways to connect, take care of your womb, and learn about topics that matter to you (like astrology, herbalism, and more!). We support you in doing so and encourage you to join the Moonthly Meets group in our Cyclical Community.
Cyclical Community is a free, intentional community space where we can all come together on our journeys of inner healing & cycle awareness to support one another and grow our collective empowerment.
Our Moonthly Meets sub-group within the community is a paid subscription space where you can access over 12+ workshops, all within the realms of cyclical living, womb care, liberation (as well as live share circles and so much more!) for $15 a month. We encourage you to learn, connect, and share with us if you feel called to join Moonthly Meets or simply be a part of our free Cyclical Community.
May this full moon encourage you to feel fully expressed, blessed, and tapped in to a higher purpose <3
Team Cycles Journal
P.s. We're honoring World Environment Day on June 5th by donating 20% of any sales of these items (now through the 5th) to @missionblue to help protect our oceans and therefore the lands and entire interconnected ecosystems:
“...until we can grieve for our planet we cannot love it—grieving is a sign of spiritual health. But it is not enough to weep for our lost landscapes; we have to put our hands in the earth to make ourselves whole again. Even a wounded world is feeding us. Even a wounded world holds us, giving us moments of wonder and joy. I choose joy over despair.” ― Robin Wall Kimmerer + references of Joanna Macy from Braiding Sweetgrass