The first Full Moon of 2020 occurs on January 10th at 2:21pm EDT.
This Full Moon in Cancer has her work cut out for her as she sits opposite a heavy line up of planets in Capricorn.
This moon is exactly opposite Mercury and sitting across from the Sun, Jupiter, Saturn and Pluto as well.
Saturn and Pluto form an exact conjunction just two days later on January 12th – a once every 33 to 38 year event.
This Full Moon is also a partial lunar eclipse making it that much more – shall we say – “emo.”
Cancer is ruled by the Moon so our night light is at home here.
Cancer is soft and squishy on the inside – extremely sensitive, emotional, sentimental and compassionate. The mother of the zodiac, this sign loves all of the comforts of home and creating a “homey” environment wherever he/she goes.
Lunar eclipses tend to impact relationships – bringing something unresolved up to the surface.
Go easy on yourself during this time as emotions are likely to be heightened and tension may be flaring.
It typically takes 48 hours or so after the full moon is exact for the energy to be completely dispersed. You may need these two days to fully interpret, understand and integrate the lessons.
Also on January 10th, Uranus in Taurus stations, completing its retrograde journey.
We enter a five week time period now when all planets are in direct motion.
Teaming up with the powerful numerology of 1/11 the next day we should feel some wind at our backs here.
This is an amazing time to really make some big progress. The cosmic energy will support building with speed and efficiency with few, if any, roadblocks.