On December 18, we will encounter the full moon in Gemini, which is also the last full moon of the year. With each full moon, we are provided with a unique opportunity to grow, evolve, and manifest a better version of ourselves, and this full moon will be no exception.
Full moons touch base with our emotional and intuitive side and push us to truly focus on what is going on within us. As the full moon happens on the 28 days or the final day, it’s a time to reflect, realize and realign before starting anew. Interestingly enough, this moon coincides with the winter solstice. And the winter solstice, spiritually speaking, represents the ending of one cycle and the beginning of a new one. It’s nature’s promise to us that life is never-ending, and even though we are experiencing the shortest day of the year and longest night when the next day rolls around the days will begin to grow longer.
Gemini is the zodiac sign of the final full moon of 2021, and with Gemini being an air sign, this particular full moon is going to push us to focus on and reflect on that past year and how to relates to us and our path. Gemini is all about the intellect, thoughts, communication, and expression.
Much like the twins that Gemini represents, each of us holds an immortal and mortal aspect. We are composed of both spirit and flesh. Throughout our lives, there is a never-ending battle between these two sides of ourselves. Right now, Gemini is urging us to sit down with ourselves, both spiritually and in the flesh, and take note of what has happened and what is to come.
Think back to both the good and the bad that have happened over the past year. What went wrong, and what went better than planned? How could you have done better? What could you have done to grow even more this year? And what are your intentions for the new year to come?
A full moon in Gemini pushes us to find a balance between the logical and practical with the spiritual and mysterious.
While reflecting, think about the most important aspects of your life: family and partnerships, spiritual growth, career, health and wellbeing, and whatever you hold most valuable in your life. Don’t leave any stones unturned. And make sure to journal your reflections, so you can take a glance at them again next year during the last full moon of the year. You might be surprised at what you come up with.