This month’s new and full moons place more emphasis on your chart than they usually do. There’ll be a second full moon in Aries, an astrological rarity. That happens on October 22nd at the end of your sign; the previous one was on September 23 in the beginning of your sign. The new moon on the 7th is in the sign opposite yours, Libra.
The new moon follows a conjunction of the moon to Saturn in your 7th house, making it rather a cold new moon. Put really bluntly, it’s a chance to come to terms with some sort of distance in a key relationship, whether that be physical distance, emotional distance, or spiritual distance.
The first full moon of the year in your sign in September is not all that far from the moon opposing Saturn, which makes it a bit of a stifling full moon. It’s like Saturn won’t leave you alone! The second full moon on October 22nd is a bit softer because the moon is now far from Saturn and closer to hazy Neptune. Still, with both Uranus and Jupiter now out of your sign, your freedom is being somewhat restricted. Be patient; you’ll get a fresh burst of planetary energy in February of next year. For the time being, it’s okay to spend the fall and winter in chill mode, metaphorically and literally.
By the way, while we’re talking about the moon, it always represents the mother. If you haven’t called yours lately, give her a ring.