It seems like everything is coming up roses as the full pink moon rises. Or at least, some kind of flower. Either way, this moon is supposed to indicate spring's arrival, and it's happening on March 31, so I'm happy about it! With spring in the air and a pastel moon in the sky, it's worth asking: What does the March full pink moon mean for your sign? Will you feel as refreshed as the season? Or will the ~vibes~ of these pastel moon beams will have you furiously rummaging through your messy closet of turtlenecks?
The second full moon of March — the first occurred on March 1 — will illuminate the sky on March 31 at 8:37 a.m. ET, according to Space.com. This means the pink moon will also be a blue moon. Confused? Don't worry, I can help explain this color contradiction: When two full moons occur in the same month, the latter of the two is considered a blue moon. This doesn't mean that the shade of the moon will change its color to glow an icy hue. As for the pink part, don't expect to see a pastel orb in the sky. While this sounds like it could be the most beautiful moon of all time, it's solely named the pink moon for the time of year it rises — which is typically in April when flowers begin to sprout.
Astrologically, the energy this moon provides is a good time for renewal. As astrology site MoonCircles.com wrote, "Now is a good time to wake up as wild ground phlox gets the jump on other flowers and bursts into brilliant pink blossom. Because it is first, phlox is a herald of sorts, announcing that it is time to step forth into the raiment of your best intention and biggest dream."
It's time to collect the positive energy beaming down from this moon, as if they were Easter eggs, and move forward with your treasure. The Pink moon is also living up to a certain stereotype. This could be the perfect time for ~romance~. Everything is coming up roses — and pink moons!