How do you feel about ambiguity? The March 8th New Moon eclipse will ask you to embrace what you cannot prove (yet).
This eclipse (18 degrees Pisces) is a mega Pisces influence. We've got the Sun and Moon swimming with Ceres (nurturing) Chiron (Wounded Healer) and the South Node (point of release or completion).
Bearing in mind that Ceres in Pisces is as much about loss as she is about nurturing, and the South Node is about completion, there will be endings and beginnings merging with each other (Pisces has no boundaries). This could trigger a release that bleeds into a beginning. There is nothing cut and dried about Pisces. But the sense of something slipping away is unmistakable. During this eclipse, what you gain in healing, compassion and relief will be directly related to what you let go of. When Chiron is activated, there is always some vulnerability, especially if you have no idea where this fresh start is taking you. Chiron will conjoin the South Node on March 24th, so the events of this eclipse may foreshadow what happens on that date.
Note that Saturn (at 16 degrees Sagittarius) will square the eclipse, so your faith will be tested. You may feel pressure to define what's undefined. Or, you may feel hope leaking away before your journey even begins.
Fortunately, this eclipse opposes Jupiter Rx and the North Node in Virgo, so your next step is right there, even if you don't see it right away. Pisces South Node to Virgo North Node is about putting the dream/illusion into words. Making it real. You may be diagnosing an illness, upgrading, or getting real about what you can't have. Jupiter is there to elevate your improvements. And Jupiter will expand the reach of this eclipse, so this new beginning should have even more power.
This eclipse sums up everything Virgo/Pisces related that I've been writing about over the past months. The Pisces stellium. The Jupiter/Chiron opposition. The Nodes. It's all about the movement from transcendence to reality, from vague to precise. But the fact that the new beginning is in Pisces (transcendence/vague) suggests that you'll need to have faith. There will not be concrete proof, in the moment. The very first stages will be uncertain. You'll have to take a few steps forward using your subconscious as a guide. It may feel like stepping off a cliff.
How will you know you're on the right path? With Pisces, it boils down to heavy versus light. If you're moving in the wrong direction, you'll feel like the life is being sucked out of you. If you're heading in the right direction, there will be a sense of lightness, even if you're coming from a place of absolute depression. The square from Saturn can actually help keep you on the right path, because there will be some avenues that are completely closed off to you. Sagittarius rules Jupiter, so this takes you back to Jupiter Rx and the North Node in Virgo: make it real by defining it. If you don't immediately know what the definition is, that's ok.
Keep moving forward, and put one foot in front of the other. Eventually you'll reach Virgo certainty: a message, a detail, a sense of knowing that connects your intuition to the words on the page. Use Saturn's limits to focus your journey.
The Sun and Moon on this eclipse will conjoin Ceres (at 15 degrees) Chiron (at 20 degrees) and the South Node (at 21 degrees). They'll oppose Jupiter Rx (18 degrees Virgo) and the North Node (21 degrees Virgo). If you have anything from 15 to 21 degrees of the Mutable signs you'll feel this eclipse most strongly. 15 to 21 degrees of the Water signs will feel it to a lesser extent.