This Full-Buck-Moon-in-Capricorn Limpia Will Help You Manifest Your Legacy

It's time to straighten that crown and remind yourself that you are the GOAT. While you may not be the greatest at everything, there is definitely something unique you bring to this life. The Full Moon in Capricorn gives you the powerful energy to discover or rediscover who the heck you are, and what your purpose during this lifetime is.

Following the Sag full moon and the Gemini new moon, Capricorn enters with a more grounded approach. Sag brought the fire, Gemini brought the air, and now Capricorn brings you back down to earth to really put your manifestations to work in the physical realm. This cardinal earth sign embraces emotions but does not let them distract you from your greater purpose and the reason you were chosen for this human experience.

All of these energies balance each other out. This is why it is so powerful to work with the moon and understand the zodiac, and how each sign directly impacts you and your life. It's like cooking up your greatest stew ever, combining the ingredients of fire, air, water, and earth. During the Cap full moon, that earth element is the primary ingredient as you become rooted, and grounded, celebrating your true essence, which is that beautiful Spirit body that wears the human avatar we all see. Show the world the magic within that we don't see by planting seeds, nourishing your garden, and harvesting a legacy all your own.

Ask yourself, "What is my life's work?" and then wait for the answer. It may not be clear at first, but the more you navigate your inner world, the more clarity it brings to your physical one.

When Is the Full Moon in Capricorn?

The Full Moon in Capricorn will peak at 7:38 a.m. ET on July 3, which means that our brightly illuminated lunar companion will also fill the night sky the evening before.

What Does the 2023 Full Moon in Capricorn Mean?

The Full Moon in Capricorn, also known as the Full Buck Moon, is a time to get grounded in your truth. This earth sign thrives in being a leader with a strong mind of their own. Like the half-goat, half-fish, which represents the 10th zodiac sign, Caps can navigate deep, emotional waters, but use their hooves to get back to land.

Being ruled by Saturn, the planet of concentration, ambition, productivity, and permanence, with Mars, the planet of energy, action, and sex exalted, can throw Caps off balance. Due to this planetary mingle, Capricorns may come across as a disciplinarian that is overly aggressive with others and themselves about getting things done. If you see these traits in yourself, tap into the full moon energy, which offers us the opportunity to shed the things that are no longer serving us in this life.

What Is the Spirit-Cleansing Prayer to Say For July's Full Moon in Capricorn?

Spirit, guide me on my righteous path so that I may recognize, understand, and embrace my true essence. Show me how great this life can get when I live in my truth. Remove fear and hesitation when taking my first steps toward the life I want to live, and the legacy I will leave behind.

Which Tarot Card Goes Well With the Full Moon in Capricorn?

Death - Capricorn embraces change by recognizing what needs to die within ourselves in order for us to fully live.

What Chakra Goes Well With the Full Moon in Capricorn?

Root Chakra – Caps will bring you back down to earth, rooting and grounding you in the physical realm.

Spirit-Cleansing Limpia Recipe For the Full Moon in Capricorn


Pink Himalayan salt

Palo santo and sage

Florida Water

Fennel, Comfrey, German chamomile, and/or Rosemary herbs

Vetiver, Sandalwood, Spearmint, and/or Frankincense essential oils

Carnation or Pansy flowers

Red candle

Malachite, fluorite, xarnelian, and/or garnet crystals


1.Begin by bringing a pot of water to a boil.

2. As you wait for your water to boil, burn some sage and allow the smoke to waft around your space, you, and over the pot of water. Pray, sing, dance, and converse with the universe as you do so.

3. Follow that by burning some palo aanto, and again, wafting the smoke around your space, yourself, and over the pot of water. Thank the sacred tree for purifying your space in preparation for your energetic dance with the moon.

4. . Your water should be boiling by now. Bring it down to a simmer and add a few handfuls of your chosen herbs. Mix them into the water with a wooden spoon and continue praying and setting your intention. Allow them to simmer for 10 mins.

5. . You can strain the water if you desire less mess in the shower, or simply pour the water, herbs and all, into a big bowl. Allow it to cool to your liking.

6. . As it cools, add a few good splashes of Florida water, followed by several drops of your chosen essential oil(s). Mix with a wooden spoon.

7. Add one cup of pink Himalayan salt and mix it in until most of the salt has dissolved.

8. You can then cover the top of the water with flower petals. If you'd like, you can place your limpia bowl outside to soak in the sun rays for a bit before carrying it with you to your shower. If you have an outdoor shower, even better!

9. Finally, as you stand in the shower, bring your intention to the forefront of your mind. What do you need to release to create space for newness? Imagine those things as you gently pour the limpia over your body, energetically cleansing yourself and removing stagnant and negative energy that may be blocking you from your true essence.

10. Air dry or towel dry with a white towel. Light your red candle, place crystals all around it, and journal. You can even write a list of the things you need to release and use the fire from the candle to burn the paper. Have a cool bowl of water close by to catch the ash. Then discard the water outside or flush it down the toilet.

In the words of Toni Morrison, "You wanna fly, you got to give up the shit that weighs you down."