Pass the tissues! There's a full moon in sensitive, heart-centered Cancer on December 25, 2015 — Christmas Day, for those who plan to celebrate. Since Cancer is naturally ruled by the moon, it’s a super-charged event that will bring out our highest, most intuitive selves —along with a whole range of emotions. Consider this a heaping holiday helping of warm-fuzzy family vibes, and cozy up with your clan on this oh-so domestic day.
Not only is this the year's final supermoon, it's also the first full moon to fall on Christmas Day since 1977. This year, the Cancer full moon will form a golden trine to compassionate Neptune, which will keep the emo vibes flowing even more. If you're not a touchy-feely or sentimental person, you could still find yourself getting misty-eyed over a classic Miracle on 34th Street viewing or moved by the presence of your loved ones.
Caveat: Trines open the floodgates, for better or worse. If there are unspoken grievances, hurt feelings or resentments in the air, the full moon could bring them all surging out. Hopefully the healing presence of the moon-Neptune trine will lead to quick resolutions and conscience-clearing talks that end in hugs and greater understanding.
Here are a few ways you can tap into the Cancer full moon. Check our our tips for creating new and full moon rituals here, too!