So, the moon is in Capricorn now?
So, the moon is in Capricorn
What happens when the Moon is in Capricorn? How will it effect our moods? Will we feel any different?
Moving on from the moon in Sagittarius, the Capricorn moon brings us feelings of “It’s my way or the highway”. Remember how we started those goals or new adventures that we’d been thinking of? Its now time to charge ahead, make progress and focus on the task at hand. (If you find it hard focusing, try placing some Fluorite on your workspace.) It is handy to know under this moon, we need something to work towards, otherwise our lives can feel quite flat for this period.
For those in a dedicated career, it is important to take time to understand your role in your workplace. Are you there to be a leader? If so, its time to think of some new communication skills if what you’re currently doing isn’t quite working out. Be sure to praise your team for the work they have put in so far; everyone likes to feel irreplaceable and needed in their job role from time to time.
For those in relationships, we already spoke about being too controlling and needy under the Sagittarius moon, and some of those feelings will carry on to being under the Capricorn moon. If you are feeling that way, try to take a step back and ask yourself what it is that you are truly worried about. Sometimes our mind runs away with tiny thoughts and creates a whole other pattern of thinking. Under the Capricorn moon, it could be a good idea to start a project with your partner; create a mood board or even plan your next holiday together! Little things like that will help to strengthen your relationship under a Capricorn moon.
For singles, we know that sometimes our career can take over if we let it; like under the Sagittarius moon we can overdo it when we put our mind to something. It may be that this moon can cause us to have a high expectation of our self, and when we don’t meet that expectation, we can fall into a pit of depression. Its time to lower that bar and congratulate our self on the small victories we achieve. Its time to realize that we can be our own worst enemy at time to time, and to combat that; we need to take a step back and take a deep breath.