Full Sturgeon Moon on August 11th

We are beginning this Full Moon period on Thursday evening on August 11th and which is exact at 6:36 pm AZ (PST) time, and it is also known as the Sturgeon Moon due to the abundance of fish at this time of year.

We have a full moon when the sun and moon are considered in opposition. Astrologically, this means that both the Sun and Moon are in opposing signs, and at the time of this full moon, the sun is in Leo, and the moon will be entering Aquarius around 11:45 am on August 10th, and will be exactly opposed the Sun on August 11th at 6:36 pm. The moon in Aquarius will cause your relationship with your emotions to be more complicated because Moon in Aquarius needs emotional freedom. However, it is also easier to release yourself from fear, anger, and jealousy. This Full Moon axis deals with balancing the efforts we invest in ourselves (Leo) and what we do for the collective (Aquarius), and we may feel the inner pull between these two areas of our lives.

The Sturgeon moon is also a time to practice gratitude for all you have and the nature around you. Take a moment to really appreciate everything. Watch the video to find out more about this full moon period.