Today's Full Moon is closely sesquiquadrate Uranus, and also bi-quintile Saturn and trine Sedna. Which suggests we might be challenged by 'the new' in some way, but that this can open practical spiritual opportunities, if we can see them.
Because the Sun is opposing the Moon, it is sextile Sedna, but also quintile Ceres. I see Ceres as the higher octave of the Moon, and Sedna as the higher octave of Ceres, so we have the three octaves actively aligned today.
Love and nurture is the key to understanding this triple octave, from the motherly love and nurture of the Moon, through the nurturing of family and romantic love with Ceres, to the allowing of love and harmony and nurturing of abundance at the spiritual level with Sedna.
Sedna is always trying to get us on the spiritual path, she's the new outer limit of the solar system, so she has a really big perspective and she transmutes Ceres' nurturing of our day to day survival, into a nurturing of our soul through each incarnation.
In mundane situations I think quintiles and bi-quintiles represent evolutionary opportunities for those who can see them. So the Moon bi-quintile Saturn and Sun quintile Ceres suggests that we might be able to nurture a new structure, or a new sense of responsibility in our lives during today's full moon.
Simultaneously Eris is closely quintile Venus, so it could be an evolutionary opportunity to be inclusive in our values... And Neptune is closely bi-quintile Haumea, which represents an opportunity to bring our vision into alignment with the psychic unity of humanity across time and space, into alignment with the oneness of existence... Enjoy!
World of Astrology this Weekend
I'm talking on the Dwarf Planets as Higher Octaves at the AFAN celebration of World Astrology Day, which is happening all this weekend. AFAN is the Association of Astrological Networking, and they encourage connection and nurture supportive networks between astrologers.
Over the weekend they have astrologers from all over the world presenting on a wide array of topics and the best part is that it is free to register and participate. And while most other Astrology Day events are just on Saturday, this is on all weekend and I'll be speaking on Sunday, so you can still catch it, even if you have other plans on Saturday.