Full Moon in Libra (April 2023)
All full moons fall in between two new moons (one before, one after), but what makes this one different is that it falls in between two new moons in the same sign (Aries).
Why is that significant? Because while both Aries new moons speak to a bold new beginning, the one on March 21 was at 0° (the beginning point) and the April 20 new moon is at 29° (the completion point).
Since the April 20 new moon happens to be a solar eclipse, and it will be in a tight square with Pluto, which suggests a power struggle and/or something starts off with a bang (individually and globally).
And in between is the Libra full moon, which suggests that decisions and conclusions that arise at this time will have a strong influence on the direction of next month’s new beginning.
With a spotlight on partnership, the Libra full moon will help bring to light imbalances and sources of friction that interfere with harmony in any of your relationships. Given that it opposes Jupiter, you should be mindful not to view the matter through a magnified lens.
If you can resolve your differences, restore equilibrium, and establish a healthy reciprocity in your relationships now, you will be less likely to encounter a power struggle at the time of the solar eclipse.