Minor Lunar Eclipse to Darken Part of Moon Wednesday: – SOURCE: http://www.space.com/32329-penumbral-lunar-eclipse-expectations-march-2016.html#sthash.AIDvcZl3.dpuf
Earth’s shadow will darken part of the moon Wednesday morning (March 23) in a lunar eclipse that will be visible from much of the globe, including central and western North America.
9 Tips for the Life-Changing Libra Lunar Eclipse (SOURCE astrostyle.com)
The Libra lunar eclipse—the last of a nearly three-year cycle—falls this March 23. Here’s how it will wake up (and shake up) your closest ties.
Put a little love in your heart? Well, it’s gonna take some effort this week. Peace and harmony may be the Libra way—this sign counts Gandhi, John Lennon and Alfred Nobel (of the Nobel Peace Prize)—among its balanced ranks, after all. So normally, a Libra full moon would be occasion to celebrate our soft spot for all mankind, passing out olive branches and goodwill.
However, the March 23, 2016 Libra full moon poses a challenge to that. It’s particularly potent because it’s a lunar eclipse, which sweeps in and reshuffles life as we know it. Eclipses are known for prompting sudden changes, turning potential energy into kinetic, and revealing our “shadow” natures. (Read all about this spring’s eclipses here.)
The big news? This eclipse is the grand finale in an eclipse series on the Aries/Libra axis which began in October 2013, reshuffling the balance between “me” and “we.” People have dramatically reprioritized in the past two and a half years. Do you need to shift the levels of give-and-take is in your life? This is the last of three Libra full moon eclipses, so page back to April 15, 2014 and April 4, 2015 for clues of what could be coming to a head now.
1. Attract an opposite.
2. Remember that conflict isn’t always the opposite of peace.
3. Balance your “innerverse.”
4. Embrace change as an adventure.
5. Acknowledge the positive traits in others.
6. Join the Justice League.
7. Consult a stylist.
8. Regain your balance.
9. Show your sensitive side.
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