A partial lunar eclipse is visible over the prairies near Innisfail Alta, on Friday, Nov. 19, 2021. This lunar eclipse is one of the longest recorded in approximately 600 years and is the second lunar eclipse to occur in 2021. Totality for the eclipse began at approximately 2:00 am. (Photo by Rory Carroll/SAIT)

We have almost two weeks until Cancer season is over! Cancer season is known for bringing feelings of nostalgia, and we may feel a pull towards our loved ones.

Cancer is ruled by the moon, and the moon rules emotions, so you may feel more intense emotions. These will clear up soon because Leo season is almost here!

At the beginning of this week, the moon will be in Sagittarius, and will move into Capricorn on the night of July 12.

There will be a full moon this week! It’s on Wednesday the 13, and full moons are a great time to let go of anything holding you back.

A good way to do this is to write down flaws and how grateful you are to release them. For example, I am thankful to be letting go of my bad spending habits.

Pointing it out to yourself is a first step to fixing the issue, and a full moon is the time to release these negativities.

Full moons are also known for making our lives a little chaotic. Energies within us come out in full force, as the moon summons us to not hold back our flaws, but encourages us to embrace them.

With the full moon in Capricorn, we may find ourselves questioning our goals, the best way to achieve them, and what we need to release to get there.

A tiger’s eye gemstone sits among a collection of other stones in Calgary on June 28, 2022. (Photo by Tuesday Sanderman/The Emery Weal)

The crystal of the week is the tiger’s eye! Tiger’s eye brings spiritual protection and keeps negative energy at bay. In doing so, it can bring more joy and self-confidence.

It can also bring good fortune of any kind, which is perfect for the upcoming full moon because it can bring an abundance of things we may be searching for. 

Tuesday Sanderman

Tuesday Sanderman is a second-year journalism student at SAIT, and a columnist for the Emery Weal. Her Column, Tuesday's Rock Collection, is a weekly column that describes current events in astrology, like the placements of the planets, and which crystal will be best suited throughout the week.

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