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Full Moon in Sagittarius - What to Expect Today

Antonia R.Antonia R.
Full Moon

Today the full moon phase takes place in Sagittarius at 16:18 GMT. Today the moon will make us more sensitive toward our goals and encourage us to get together with people that support us.

On the day of a full moon, it's normal for people to be more emotional than usual. Since the moon phase finds itself in fiery Sagittarius, we'll fight even harder for our freedom, removing all boundaries.

The energy of the moon phase will bring to the forefront all our old understandings and thought models that we need to overcome and forget. The controversial situations that will arise today will show us the unnecessary baggage we need to get rid of.

Independent people will enjoy a successful day, even having the opportunity to broaden their worldview by finding a new religion or culture.

The full moon advises us to get in the adventurous spirit and have more fun, even though it's a workday. Vitality and a positive mindset will be productive today.

When the moon is in Sagittarius, you can realize a long dreamed of trip to another country or enroll in a university. You are advised to be more spontaneous, confident and generous.


It's a perfect day for studying, adventuring and traveling. Sagittarius frees people from their inhibitions and provokes their adventurous side. The fiery zodiac sign will shake up our daily routine and urge us to run away from our responsibilities - work or family ones.

On the one hand, the full moon provokes us to overcome all obstacles - spiritual and material, while on the other - the full moon phase boosts our intuition, so that we end up in the right place at the right time in order to make our wishes come true.

The June full moon, no matter what sign it occurs in, is also called a Strawberry Full Moon according to Indian mythology. In the Algonquian tribal almanac, it is written that fruit collecting begins at this time of year.

The full moon in June also gave origin to the term "honeymoon", since in the past most weddings were held at the end of spring and beginning of summer.