The Super New Moon on April 7, 2016 officially moves us out of the dreamy, introspective phase of Pisces and the breaking down phase of the Eclipse cycles, and into a place of action and energy.
The March Eclipse’s put us where we needed to be, and now no matter where we have landed, it is time to get to work.
Super Moon’s allow us to feel the energetic potential of the Moon in a much more influential way. It also allows us to receive more clarity about our purpose and potential moving forward.
Super Moon’s are determined by the Moon’s proximity to the Earth, and April brings us the second strongest Super Moon of the year, the most strongest being in November.
Falling in the fire sign of Aries, this New Moon is really helping us to start taking action along the path we desire.
This Aries New Moon will give us the energy and motivation to start paving the way forward, and to make some serious tracks in achieving our goals.
No matter where you are in your life, this New Moon is going to give you the action and motivation to start cleaning things up and getting sorted.
If things have shifted for you during the Eclipses, it is now time to start taking responsibility for your life and your energy.
In many ways, it is like we will all be able to tend to life with new vigour and zest. The flowers will be blooming and there will be plenty of work to do.
In fact, if there is something you want to plant, or some weeds you want to pull, now will definitely be the time to do it, because just a few days after this New Moon, the energy will be slowing and things may start to feel sluggish.
This is due to Mars, the planet of action, energy and motivation, who is preparing to take a long winters nap. He is preparing to go retrograde on the 19th of April, and some might have already started to feel his energy slowing down.
The energy of this New Moon is really going to be our last opportunity to get things sorted for some time. Once Mars goes retrograde, our motivation will be lost and the energy will shift from a “doing” phase, to a “resting” phase.