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On March second, the moon will shift into a new moon phase and will arrive at us under the sign of Pisces. While all new moons represent new beginnings, the energy of Pisces will provide us with a unique spin on this beautiful new beginning.

Not only will this new moon arrive under the sign of Pisces, but it will also be in alignment with Jupiter, which promises us personal, material, and spiritual growth, according to Astrology King.

Many transits can be bittersweet, however, this particular new moon has no ulterior motives. Pisces is a watery sign, that fuels emotional drive, and spiritual thought. Now is the time to dive deep within and focus on your dreams. What do you aspire to do and to be?

Moon cycles last around 28 days, with the moon cycling between new and full. Each new moon allows us to set new intentions and push them out into the universe.

And with Pisces energy aligning so much with spirituality, it’s the perfect time to explore the world within you. Listen to your intuition, pay attention to your dreams, and do your shadow work.

With Jupiter in alignment with the new moon, likely, we will all be feeling optimistic, making deep reflections even more powerful. Jupiter is also a planet of expansion, and with the sensitive energy of Pisces, it’s no surprise that we may be feeling hypersensitive during this time as well.

Above all, Pisces is pushing you to let go of your need to control, and urging you to make peace with the present. Additionally, take some time to get clear on your dreams, plans, your intentions, and the inner workings of your mind, body, and spirit.

A great way to use the energy of this new moon is to sit down and write a letter to your past self. To go a step better, write a letter to yourself six months ago. What lessons have you learned in six months? How have things changed for the better or worse? How can you find a way to flow in a better direction? Focus on all these things under the new moon. And don’t be afraid to retreat and take some time to contemplate.