This Full-Moon Limpieza For Sept. 20 Will Clear the Space For Good News

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Like the dreaminess of fish swimming under the moonlight, the full moon in Pisces will bring the energy to optimistically go with the flow. On Sept. 20 at 7:54 p.m. ET, the full moon in Pisces will be at its peak. But, if the skies are clear, stargazers will be able to see it shining brightly the night before.

Manifestation Guidance

Preparing to tap into this full moon's energy means you've got your head in the game and are ready to level up in business deals, legal matters, and travel. You're ready to make plans and get things moving, and you need to create the space to allow for that to happen at full velocity.

One positive aspect taking place during the full moon is when Mercury trines Jupiter, which brings oodles of positivity, high-frequency vibes, and good fortune. Now is the time to be done with that voice of self-doubt once and for all!

What Is the Significance of a Harvest Moon?

This full moon in Pisces is also two days from the autumnal equinox on Sept. 22. Farmers named this full moon the harvest moon due to its abundance of bright moonlight early in the evening for several evenings, which creates a lovely aid when harvesting summer-grown crops.

So, what have you been harvesting? What is ripe and ready? What needs to be pruned to allow for continued growth?

We may not have all the answers, but we can connect to the energy of the full moon in Pisces through ritual. Pull out all the stops for your self-care under this full moon because the effect of its powerful energy lasts for two weeks until the Oct. 6 new moon in Libra.

Full Moon in Pisces Limpieza

Get your ritual list ready because this limpieza will surely help you prepare your mind and body to receive the richness of the full moon in Pisces, the last sign of the zodiac, and arguably the most psychic sign of them all.

The limpieza is good for releasing stagnant energy and creating space to receive that next-level frequency you're aiming for. It can be done in the bath or a shower. What's most important is the intention behind it and how tuned in you are to truly beckoning the transformative power of the full moon.

So, whether you're settling in for a full-body soak or you'll be meditatively absorbing the cleanse of a shower, using a base of salt is always a good start. A cup or two of Epsom salt, sea salt, pink Himalayan salt, or all three works well. And since Pisces rules the feet, opting in for a good foot soak can also work that full-moon magic.

Essential oils like black pepper, rosemary, cedarwood, and bergamot work well with grounding the Pisces daydreaming vibe so you can get to work on living your best life in this human experience. If you prefer a more sensitive approach, oils like lavender, sandalwood, rose, ginger, and patchouli can be nurturing for this full moon in Pisces limpieza. Add several drops to your bath - or to a body scrub used in the shower - and the foot soak as well.

Adorn your bath and foot soak with flowers. If you're showering, you can place a bouquet of fresh flowers in the bathroom or bedroom. Water lilies, orchids, and jasmine are all beautiful flowers to align with the full moon in Pisces because they awaken the extravagance and intuitiveness of this water sign.

The limpieza can go beyond you if you desire. You can cleanse your crystals under the full moon by placing them on a windowsill on the nights the full moon glows brightest. Another option is to charge water with the energy of the full moon. Moon water has many benefits, which can help promote cleansing, renewal, and intention-setting. You can drink it, use it in your bath, pour it over your head in the shower, water your plants with it, or even place it in a glass jar on your altar as an offering to your ancestors.

Whatever you choose as your full moon in Pisces ritual, remember to always let your intuition guide you. Surround yourself with self-love, relax, and breathe into the stillness of the moment you've created for yourself.

Like Neil Young sings in "Harvest Moon," "Just like children sleepin', we could dream this night away."

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