In general, this moon would be a good time to reflect on the past six months and set intentions for the next six months. But depending on whether the Harvest Moon falls in September or October, as well as under the sign of Pisces or Aries, there are some nuances to consider.
as such AstroTwins Previously written for mbg, the full moon of September is always known as the corn moon, while October is known as the hunter’s moon. And if the full moon of September is closer to the equinox than October, then the Harvest Moon of that year will be the corn moon.
Under the Corn Moon, says the twins, she wants to focus on “a celebration of agricultural fertility and feminine energy.” On the other hand, if the October full moon is closer to the equinox, the twins say the hunter’s moon is a good time to “reflect on the summer months and determine autumnal intentions.”
In addition to the month in which the Harvest Moon falls, it will also fall under a certain astrological sign And the season. Moons are always harvested during either of them Virgo or Balance season, and under the sign of Pisces or Aries, respectively.
That’s because every full moon will fall under the opposite sign of the current astrological season. Or in other words, the full moon is always in the season of Virgo Pisceswhile the full moon of the Libra season is always present Aries.
According to the twins, the Aries moon is a time to “celebrate what you love about yourself, and release any negative feelings about your self-image,” while the Pisces full moon represents the “mysterious ocean waters,” which is a good time it’s time to “visit a large expanse of water, or snorkeling, or listening to the waves via audio recording.”
With these topics in mind, here are more things you can do to harness the power of the Harvest Moon: