February 2014 Full & New Moons: Full Moon in Leo
A full moon occurs when the transit (moving) Sun and Moon are exactly opposing one another in the zodiac. It tends to signal a time of endings, culminations, and things coming to fruition. A new moon occurs when the transit Sun and Moon are in the exact same spot in the zodiac. It tends to signal a time of new opportunities, growth, and optimism.
For information on how the new/full moons may impact your sign, read the monthly horoscope.
February 14th 2014 Full Moon in Leo
A full moon occurs at 6:53PM ET at 26 degrees 12 minutes of Leo. Because the previous new moon occurs so late in January, and the next new moon occurs so early in March, along with the fact February is our shortest month, we only have a full moon this month. In Leo, when we’re emotional, we’re dramatic about it. If we’re upset, everyone knows it, and we don’t shy away from public displays. Our pride is more easily wounded, and we care too much about everyone liking and respecting us. We crave love and affection, which is fitting since this full moon occurs in Valentine’s Day. Without love and affection, we feel more sensitive and alone. With a full moon, good and smart is rewarded, and bad and lazy is punished, so those of you in good relationships can see them flourish for the holiday, while those of you in bad relationships can have problems. This full moon is sextile (positive aspect) transit (moving) Mars in Libra, and our energy is good, we want to be actively participating in life, and we’re willing to take the reins. If you're a Leo Sun, Moon, or late Leo rising, you may feel the effects of this moon most.
Mars Retrograde in Aquarius & Capricorn: June - August 2018
Mercury Retrograde in Leo: July - August 2018
July 2018 New & Full Moons
August 2018 New & Full Moons
Jupiter in Scorpio: October 2017 - November 2018
Saturn in Capricorn: December 2017 - March 2020, July - December 2020
Uranus in Taurus: May - November 2018, March 2019 - July 2025, November 2025 - April 2026