What the September harvest full moon in Pisces means to you


And just like that, it’s another full moon. A Full Moon occurs in the middle of the 29.5-day lunar cycle, when the Earth is located directly between the Moon and the Sun, making the entire face of the Moon visible.

The next full moon rises on the evening of Monday September 20 and falls in the water sign of Pisces, and if you are so inclined there is full moon rituals that you can do on September 20, or the days before and after. Astrologers recommend using the full moon as a chance to release burdens and offer forgiveness to yourself or others. On the night of the full moon, try setting up rituals like meditation, journaling, drawing an oracle card, or meeting in a full moon circle.

Here’s what you need to know about the September Full Moon in Pisces, and how to incorporate its energy into your life through rituals and affirmations.

When can I see the September full moon in Pisces?

This full moon will definitely brighten up your Monday. Look up on the evening of Monday, September 20. The Moon will reach its maximum point around dusk, specifically at 7:54 p.m. EDT. If the night sky is clear, you can capture the moment.

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This is where the Harvest Moon gets its nickname.

Each of the 12 full moons of the year has a designated nickname derived from European or Indigenous cultures, which correspond to the events of the season. For example, the August sturgeon moon rises when large fish were traditionally caught in the Great Lakes region.

Typically, the Harvest Moon is always the closest fixture to the Fall Equinox. Sometimes the full moon in October falls closer to the equinox than that in September, hence the famous nickname. But this year, the fall equinox is September 22, two days after the full moon, so the harvest moon is in September.

According to The Farmer’s Almanac, the other nicknames for the September full moon are the corn moon (because it corresponds to the corn harvest), the autumn moon, the falling leaf moon, and the yellow leaf moon.

What does the full moon mean in Pisces, astrologically speaking?

Each of the full moons of the year takes on the character of the zodiac sign in which they fall. This month’s Full Moon is in the sign of Pisces, a water sign known for its sympathetic outlook, daydreaming, and ability to intuitively connect with people.

In short, there is a good chance that the full moon in Pisces will make you feel the sensations. But instead of isolating yourself, the Full Moon asks you to connect with others in a place of openness and sensitivity.

Pisces full moons are a time to give and help, without the need for reciprocal acts. If there is a charity or organization that you admire, now is the time to help, whether that be by volunteering, donating money if you can afford it, or amplifying its cause. The full moon, seen across the world at the same time, is a reminder of our interdependence. Let this sense of community guide your compassionate actions.

Astrologers are also examining how other celestial movements can impact the effects of the full moon. Neptune’s tender presence and the transformative presence of Pluto provide a window to heal lingering relational wounds. You might feel ready to start over with this person again when the lunar cycle begins with the new moon on October 6.

What rituals do astrologers recommend to try during a full moon?

The astrological practice of mapping the Moon assigns rituals to each of the eight phases of the Moon. Here are some rituals to try during the full moon on September 20.

  • Given the imaginative sequence of Pisces, the Full Moon in Pisces can lead to particularly vivid dreams. Start a dream journal and write down the signs and patterns sent to your subconscious. Check out our dream interpretation column for tips.
  • Host an in-person or virtual moon circle with friends, family, and people who allow you to be fully yourself. Under the moonlight, discuss your intentions, anxieties, and hopes for the month ahead.
  • Meditation is especially important this month, as Pisces energy can cause you to take energy from others. Use meditation to find a place of peace and calm within yourself.
  • Pisces is the sign aligned with song and music, so take a dance break to release tension and regain joy. Start with one of these songs to keep the summer vibe going a bit longer.
  • Rest with a bath, one of Oprah’s favorite activities. Consider adding fresh produce or dried lavender for relaxation, Epsom salt Where Himalayan pink sea salt for cleaning and amethyst to achieve serenity.
  • Get involved in charity by donating your time, property, or even your voice to a cause close to your heart.

    The full moon has a message for each zodiac sign.

    Each sun sign will be affected differently by the full moon on September 20, according to astrologers. Meditate on one of the mantras below, depending on your sun sign, as part of your full moon ritual.

    • Aries: I will let go of the worries and find a place of peace.
    • Taurus: I am admired. Others recognize my worth.
    • Gemini: I am able to balance work and pleasure.
    • Cancer: I will open my heart and my mind to new experiences.
    • Leo: I have endless potential.
    • Virgo: I will rely on my intuition.
    • Libra: I am present in the moment.
    • Scorpio: I am a creator and capable of anything.
    • Sagittarius: I can freely give to others.
    • Capricorn: I embrace my emotional side.
    • Aquarius: I let my heart lead the way.
    • Pisces: I am worthy of love.

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