Today the Moon in Virgo makes a trine to Mars in Capricorn and opposes Neptune in Pisces before coming into opposition to the Sun for the Full Moon. This trine to Mars offers energy and perseverance to the efficient execution of the tasks of the day, and the opposition to Neptune describes the process of dreaming big but also taking small, practical steps to give big dreams tangible form. The Full Moon—ruled by Mercury in Aquarius just hours from stationing direct—marks the culmination or peak of the processes of healing that were initiated at the New Moon in Pisces. As the Moon comes into its full visibility in Virgo, the time has come to implement and change our material practices to support ourselves and one another in living well. This lunation reminds us that healing is not a singular event but a cycle of practice. Anna Halprin writes, “A cure is an event, neither predictable nor always available. The process of healing interests me more, because healing is available to all of us, all the time … I believe healing also involves our attitudes toward our bodies and our illnesses, our willingness to challenge our values and lifestyles and points of view … When we approach healing as an ongoing dialogue with our body and our mortality, surrender to what is beyond our control, and grasp an understanding of the power we have in our own living and dying, I believe our relationship to healing, and death, will change.” What would it mean for you to put healing into practice today? How might you challenge values or lifestyles that limit the ongoing dialogue with your body and ultimately mortality? The Moon then makes a trine to Jupiter in Capricorn, receiving blessings of abundance and reminding us that so much of what we need is actually already available to us. As Mercury stations direct after several weeks retrograde, we begin the process of integrating the lessons and insights received from this period of reflection and review. Finally, the Moon makes a trine to Pluto in Capricorn, connecting us to sources of power that may have been buried or repressed but which nevertheless have the capacity to invigorate the ways we are shaping change.