June 17, 2019 Strawberry Full Moon in Sagittarius

June 08, 2019 4 Comments

June 17, 2019 Strawberry Full Moon in Sagittarius

On June 17 we welcome The Strawberry Moon in the fire-sign Sagittarius.  This week the intuitive powers increase as we approach the Full Moon.  This is a time to gather and harvest things you've planted earlier this spring. The Strawberry Moon is a time of transformation as you continue to ripen.  It's a time to pick your intentions.  Winds of Change are in the Air!

June’s Full Moon is a friendly one and will feel different from the string of potent Full Moons we have had since the start of the year.

The astrological year is a quarter way through and the calendar year is halfway through, and this is symbolized through the changing of the seasons.

Now more than ever its time to stay in the present moment.  Manifest within your heart and soul the spirit of Love and Light and send it out to the world that is filled with great darkness.

Even the tiniest candle can light the darkest room.  Our job on this planet is to be a part of this light movement and send out our little beam of light as much as possible.

As this full Moon falls around Father’s Day I feel it’s a good time to use the analogy of what a father is in terms of how our Heavenly Father helps us. 

To me a father is a man who loves his children enough to let them make mistakes. A father is a guide and teacher, but he also cares enough to say “no” to his child even when he or she might hate him for it in the moment. That’s because a father tries to do the right thing, not the easy thing. 

I think this brings into perspective how our Heavenly Father works with us.  Often we can’t understand why we didn’t get something that we worked hard at or really wanted and it’s because it was not going to be the right thing for us.  Many people blame God when things go wrong.  Instead think of him just like an earthly father that he loves you enough to say no.

June’s Full Strawberry Moon got its name because the Algonquin tribes knew it as a signal to gather ripening fruit. It was often known as the Full Rose Moon in Europe and the Honey Moon

strawberry moon summer solstice

Ever wonder why June has so many weddings?  Because the June full Moon has a yellow color like honey.  Therefore the term honeymoon was created.  It's not a coincidence in how this works in the lunar timeline.

Honey refers to the new marriage’s sweetness. Moon refers to how long that sweetness might probably last or from the changing aspect of the moon—from full to waning.

This full moon is used as a signal that fruit—particularly strawberries—are ready to be picked.  It's time for you to pick your intentions.

Clean Out Your Life - Start With:

You can take your time and do this cleaning over the next few weeks. It will benefit you enormously on your spiritual path.  Clutter tends to attract negative energy.  That's why cleaning out your home or office is important as it frees up the energy and lets the light in.

I feel that all full moons are a special time for us to connect to the Great Spirit as well as the moon.

I offer a special Full Moon Reading that is unlike any spiritual or psychic reading you have ever received.  To learn more Click Here.

Full Moon blessings,
Cherokee Billie

4 Responses

Melinda Russell
Melinda Russell

June 17, 2019

I am confused by this being “in Sagittarius” and not “in Gemini”. Thanks for helping me understand. :-)


June 14, 2019

I have been slowly trying to organize my little house it is overrun and I feel out of sorts I will try harder to do at least one project a day it won’t take long I live in a very small house which is why I feel overwhelmed
Debbie Lustig
Debbie Lustig

June 12, 2019

I notice I am down in the dumps about 5 days before each monthly full moon what is causing this, I am a Sagittarius and 64 years young. Then for the last two nights my mind is going on and on about creative projects that I have to copy them all down this happens for about a week also

Kathleen Beaumont
Kathleen Beaumont

June 12, 2019

Thanks Billie! A fine, enlightening article. I have been reminding my son to do the “right” thing of saying no to his daughter and to not lapse into the easy route. And yes, I need to declutter my home. In the old days, I remember I much lighter and more positive I felt, keep the home organized, efficient and clutter free. Love you—- Kathy

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