Does a FULL MOON always cause breakups?

Full Moons are known for getting emotional in people everywhere and bringing out the things that bother them the most in other people. Because of this, Full Moons are also representative of “endings” in astrology, including (sorry!) breakups and fights.

However, this myth couldn’t be further from the truth. However, the professional astrologer says that in his years of experience, he has seen that more people want to solve existing problems in their relationships during the full moon than any other phase of the moon. Why? Because the Moon represents our emotional truth. More often than not, people say some seriously intense and true things to their loved ones during this time.

The Full Moon allows us to dive deep into ourselves and speak from the heart – without a filter. If there is hostility between partners, they usually want to hear the problems and solve them at this time. Truths come out naturally and people don’t hold back.

In the days leading up to the Full Moon, there is usually an obstacle standing in the way between us and our partner. At this time we can feel the lunar pressure to lift the emotional circumstances and initiate the resolution of matters.

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Don’t stress! Calm down! Understand that the current cosmic thermometer is pushing us to be in touch with our wants and needs. Which means, we feel we need to fix and improve our relationship as soon as possible – or you’re breaking up. This tense vibe is felt even before the full moon, so if you and your partner had a fight during the full moon phase, now you know why!

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We can open up because we feel much more seen and heard by our partner.

Full Moons are actually a time when people want to work on dramatic relationships. Remember, this lunation casts a brilliant glare on Earth, which actually makes us see situations and people more clearly.

Don’t forget, the Moon in astrology is a part of ourselves that we cannot express. So when the Moon shines light on this part of us, we can open up because we feel our partner sees and hears us more (without judgment) – and vice versa.

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During this phase of the Moon we are all a little more emotionally intelligent and we can see how much someone really cares about us.

So yes, Full Moons technically mark “endings,” but not in the way we think. Helping us see the relationship from a deeper and clearer perspective, the Moon puts an end to the drama and reinforces our commitments.

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Of course, if the issues can’t be resolved, the relationship will break up, but at least then you know it was for the best for you. Full Moons are only there to make us work harder on matters of the heart – and they don’t deserve the ominous reputation they have.

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