Lunar Eclipse Tiredness: How to Deal With a Post-Eclipse Hangover 2022

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If you’ve suddenly been struck by inexplicable fatigue, a lunar eclipse hangover may be the culprit. Finally, on November 8, 2022, at 6:02 a.m. ET, an incredibly powerful total lunar eclipse took place, and while you most likely hit the snooze button, the eclipse was hard at work changing the course of your life. If you’re feeling slow, aching, and exceedingly exhausted right now, then you may be feeling the weight of what this lunar eclipse means to you.

In astrology, a lunar eclipse is *so* much more than a spectacular lunar event. In fact, it is an omen that great change is about to happen! On Tuesday morning, a Blood Moon lunar eclipse in Taurus shot through the sky, bringing with it a burst of cosmic energy that might have blown your mind. That’s because a lunar eclipse is very similar to a full moon, only 100 times more intense. The reason for that? Well, a solar eclipse always activates the North Node and South Node, which are the highest and lowest points of the lunar ecliptic.

In astrology, the North Node represents your ultimate destiny; the destiny that should always be yours. In contrast, the South Node symbolizes your past lives and the baggage you continue to carry from your life experiences. Since the lunar eclipse you just experienced formed a conjunction with the South Node, you may find that you are letting go of something heavy in your life; something that no longer has to burden you.

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How to deal with the hangover after the lunar eclipse

It’s *not* easy to let go of something that’s been weighing you down. Just think how it feels when you have to pack up and move into a new house or find the courage to leave a stressful relationship behind. The process is damn exhausting! While you may feel ready to put the past behind you, the act of letting go is complicated, especially when there are still lingering attachments holding you back. If you find yourself moving on from something and starting a new chapter, the Season of Darkness may have something to do with it. And because Mars is currently in retrograde, it only adds more frustration and intensity to the mix.

A lunar eclipse is very similar to the full moon, albeit 100 times more intense.

If your sun sign, moon sign and/or ascendant is in Taurus, Leo, Scorpio or Aquarius – especially between 11 and 21 degrees – this lunar eclipse is most likely to have a significant impact on you. It will also have a big impact on you if your North or South Node happens to fall under one of these zodiac signs. However, the truth is that this eclipse is so powerful that most likely everyone will feel it. After all, this solar eclipse is not partial, but total. It also means this is a Blood Moon, one of the most transformative lunar events that could ever occur. It is also the last to take place until 2025.

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Why You’re Feeling Exhausted During Eclipse Season

The reason you feel so tired is that a lunar eclipse literally “eclipses” the moon’s power. When the moon enters the umbra of the earth – also known as the crimson shadow – it drains its vitality and drains the moon of all its magic. Therefore, it is not advisable to charge your crystals outside during a lunar eclipse, or to practice manifesting under their foreboding gaze. Not only is the energy too unpredictable to work with, but it is inherently malevolent.

If you’re also feeling exhausted from all the pivotal changes and life-changing revelations, you’re not alone. The past eclipse season has been more than intense and the inevitable fatigue is just a testament to the new chapter that is beginning to unfold. Don’t resist what’s next! All you can do is drop the chips where they want.

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