On Feb. 19, just a few days after Valentine's Day, a special lunar event will take place: the full moon will rise, and it's going to be a super moon. That means that if it's a clear night and you can get outside to see it, you should! Super moons happen when the moon is the closest it gets to Earth during its orbit, and they can often look a little larger and brighter (although the difference is best noticed with a telescope). A super moon will also affect us all a little bit differently than a regular full moon would — think of it as slightly more intense. As usual, the full moon will affect everyone, but there are some zodiac signs the February full moon will affect the least.
This full moon is falling in Virgo, an earth sign - that means that, according to Conscious Reminder, it's going to "bring you down to reality." You'll be more focused on small details and thinking about the present and the way things are right now rather than just focusing on the big picture. This can be grounding energy that you may find really helpful and productive - you'll be focused on getting things done, and doing them the right way (just beware of that inner perfectionist!).
It's not all good, though: this full moon might make you feel stressed out as you pressure yourself to be the best you can possibly be, or as you focus on too many little things. You'll have to remind yourself you deserve to relax and not feel so anxious about these things, which many be hard, as full moon energy can be quite intense.
So which signs will feel this the least? Bustle spoke to astrologer Lisa Stardust, who said, "The Full Moon in Virgo will be a time of reflection, as we release and bring in new methodologies that will help us grow. We will be using our analytical skills to create the world of our dreams." Here are the signs who will be affected the list, according to Stardust: