Two of the most important lunar phases in the lunar calendar are new moons and full moons. Astrologically they symbolize the beginning and the end of cycles, respectively, and help us with the beginnings and closures.
The lunar cycle lasts 28 days. and throughout all this time, the energy of our natural satellite has an oscillation that will depend on the phase where it is located.
When it is in its growing phase, it means that it increases in size and culminates once it is fully illuminated, that is, on a full moon. Here is the time to reap our achievements and close stages.
While in its waning phase it decreases and begins to “purify itself.” The climax of this stage is when it completely hides, which means that it is in the new Moon. At this point we can set purposes and listen to our intuition.
Next, meet when will be the new and full moons of 2023as well as the zodiac signs where each of them will occur.
Full Moon in Cancer – January 6
New Moon in Capricorn – January 21
Full Moon in Leo – February 5
New Moon in Pisces – February 20
Full Moon in Virgo – March 7
New Moon in Aries – March 21
Full Moon in Libra – April 6
New Moon in Aries – April 19 (Solar Eclipse)
Full Moon in Scorpio – May 5 (Lunar Eclipse)
New Moon in Taurus – May 19
Full Moon in Sagittarius – June 4
New Moon in Gemini – June 18
Full Moon in Capricorn – July 3
New Moon in Cancer – July 17
Full Moon in Aquarius – August 1
New Moon in Leo – August 16
Full Moon in Pisces – August 31
New Moon in Virgo – September 15
Full Moon in Aries – September 29
New Moon in Libra – October 14 (Solar Eclipse)
Full Moon in Taurus – October 28 (Lunar Eclipse)
New Moon in Scorpio – November 13
Full Moon in Gemini – November 27
New Moon in Sagittarius – December 12
Full Moon in Cancer – December 27
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