On January 27, the full Moon rises in Leo opposite the Aquarian Sun for the traditional tug-of-war between one extreme idea and another. In this case, Leo's self-centered, materialistic love of exuberant fun will contrast with Aquarius' desire to merely blend into the crowd and help others -- albeit while still enjoying a good time!
Jupiter then turns direct in Gemini on January 30, releasing positive, optimistic energy into the atmosphere. With Gemini's influence, you'll bridge old disagreements, explore better channels for communication, and discover a new spirit of tolerance.
Also on January 30, Saturn in Scorpio squares off against the Aquarian Sun, an aspect that inevitably leads to persnickety tendencies and, thus, setbacks and delays. It may be a tad frustrating, but it also means you'll be getting rid of programs, methods, and projects that no longer serve you well. Just rest assured that once this passes, you'll be ready to move forward with success!
With this welcome chance to catch your breath and get things moving in the right direction again, why not spend a little time on your relationship as well?
Leo Moon - the dramatic mode of emotional expression of this Moon is evident in people; may be flamboyant, self-presentation; arrogance, vanity, and excessive self-aggrandizement.
Full Moon - Tensions either comes to a head or it is released. This is a good time to reflect on the meaning of the month-long cycle and gain perspective. It is also a good time for projects that need public support, particularly as the Disseminating Moon begins; Publicize your ideas.
The Full Moon can relate to illumination and fulfilment, or separation and divorce. The Full Moon may bring major turning points such as job offers, promotions and sudden opportunities or breakthroughs. The midpoint of the cycle relates to the release of the cycle's deeper meaning or intention setting the stage for full manifestation and completion.
January is the coldest time of year with the harshest weather conditions. Food supplies for humans and animals alike become scarce. Wolves and other predators risk coming close to towns and settlements to find food to ease their hunger. This makes wolves much more likely to be seen and heard by humans.