August 2013 Full Moon in Aquarius Horoscopes | Nothing But The Best (We are/do/get)

August 2013 Full Moon in Aquarius Horoscopes | Nothing But The Best (We are/do/get).

August 2013 Full Moon in Aquarius Horoscopes

August 2013 Full Moon in Aquarius Horoscopes

Work for a cause with the August Full Moon

Aquarius Full Moon


It’s a Blue Moon! 

The Full Moon in Aquarius on August 20, 2013, is the second Full Moon in Aquarius in a row, and it’s also a Blue Moon by seasonal definition.

Astrologically speaking, this is a community-conscious Full Moon. It opposes the self-governing Leo Sun to shed light on the relationship between teamwork and individuality. This Full Moon in Aquarius reminds us that we are part of something larger than ourselves, and that acting on the ideas and ideals that are dear to us will benefit everyone.

Taking a step back from personal needs and ambitions reminds us that individual fulfillment requires a safe, healthy and sane environment in which to flourish.

You can see what’s in store for you personally with a 30-Day Astrology Forecast, and look up your sign below to see how this Full Moon in Aquarius will change your life!

Aries (March 21 – April 19)

Friends and co-workers require more attention with this Full Moon in your 11th House of Groups. Your willingness to compromise is a sign of intelligence, not one of weakness. Creative projects and personal plans are more likely to succeed when you have the support of colleagues and pals. Learning to give to those in need and to accept the help of others makes you a more valuable teammate.

Taurus (April 20 – May 20)

Career issues are highlighted with the unconventional Aquarius Full Moon in your 10th House of Profession. This illuminating event can spur brilliant new ideas that take your work in a radically different direction. But if you’re resisting change, learning to adapt to new and different systems will be an easier and much more rewarding way to go than failing to keep up with the times.

Gemini (May 21 – June 20)

Curiosity and restlessness are kicked up by this super intelligent Aquarius Full Moon in your 9th House of Travel and Higher Learning. Stepping back to get a more objective look at your daily life is a key to adjusting long-range plans. Speaking up for a cause, connections with faraway places and additional education broaden your horizons to add a greater sense of meaning and purpose to your life.

Cancer (June 21 – July 22)

The second Aquarius Full Moon this year will continue to shed light on important personal and professional relationships. It lands in your 8th House of Deep Sharing, where you may be challenged to deal with someone whose ideas and values are very different than your own. Yet opening yourself to fresh concepts is a great way to reinvigorate a current alliance or to establish a new one.

Leo (July 23 – Aug. 22)

The quirky Aquarius Full Moon challenges you to get along with unconventional individuals. It lands in your 7th House of Partners to attract independent people with unusual ideas. They can help you to present yourself in fresh ways that make you more appealing to others. Cooperation and compromise are keys to maintaining interest and harmony in current personal and professional relationships.

Virgo (Aug. 23 – Sept. 22)

Adapting to different systems and methods is the challenge of this Aquarius Full Moon in your 6th House of Service. This could trigger a conflict on the job, but it is meant to shake up your daily routine and encourage you to experiment with new ways to work. Efficiency may drop at first, but if you’re willing to open your mind, then developing a whole new set of skills will be professionally advantageous.

Libra (Sept. 23 – Oct. 22)

Romance, play and creativity get another boost with this second consecutive Aquarius Full Moon in your 5th House of Self-Expression. This lunation can stimulate original thinking and provide the cool emotions required to hold the spotlight without losing your sense of freedom. This helps you make a strong impression on people by being friendly but firm about your personal boundaries.

Scorpio (Oct. 23 – Nov. 21)

You can find the emotional distance to see past issues in a different light with this liberating Aquarius Full Moon in your 4th House of Roots. Freedom from family patterns and habitual responses are rewards you get by taking yourself less seriously. The power to heal old wounds and create a better future is yours when you stop looking backward and live more fully and freely in the present.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22 – Dec. 21)

Your brain is fired up with brilliant concepts as this intellectual Aquarius Full Moon lights up your 3rd House of Information. Looking at your environment from different perspectives reveals patterns that weren’t visible to you before. Communicating comes more easily, as well, when you’re less attached to proving a point and more interested in having an open exchange with others.

Capricorn (Dec. 22 – Jan. 19)

The best ways to increase your self-worth involve a bit of experimenting now. That’s because this innovative Aquarius New Moon lands in your 2nd House of Resources. Trying to earn money and respect by dutifully sticking to your current ways of operating is less likely to be successful than exploring new interests. Income can grow when you’re mentally stimulated by the work that you do.

Aquarius (Jan. 20 – Feb. 18)

The Aquarius Full Moon lands in your 1st House of Personality and Appearance, where it stimulates you to alter you look or your attitude. Taking yourself less seriously is a key to tapping into the fresh concepts that will make you more interesting to others and interested in yourself. This lunation also kicks up your freedom needs, making you less accommodating to the wishes of controlling partners.

Pisces (Feb. 19 – March 20)

This inventive Aquarius Full Moon occurs in your 12th House of Spirituality and Escapism. If you don’t feel very connected to the world around you, this could intensify those emotions. Yet more private time could be just what you need to find peace for your soul and inspiration for your imagination. Letting go of unessential obligations is a great way to give yourself the space you need.


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