Full Moon. Pisces. The most emotional astrological sign. Are you having a party of feelings inside your mind, body, and heart right now? That’s the regular m.o. of this particular cycle, which includes the days leading up to and after the actual full moon.
I collected these songs over the two weeks leading up to the Pisces full moon and have been listening to this playlist on repeat in the days following, with great satisfaction.
For me, this Pisces full moon playlist goes through these emotions, song by song:
Mellow, missing you but also feeling generally groovy in life, reverent, inspired, tender and floating in the middle of the ocean of myself, saucy, flirty, powerful, nostalgic and mystical, surrendering, centered, honest about where I’m at even if it feels a little embarrassing, familiar, in praise, delighted, comforted.
Have a listen to the Pisces Full Moon Playlist on Spotify or check out the individual tracks on Amazon:
One River by Benjy Wertheimer & John De Kadt
Breezeblocks (Alt-J Remix) by Ryan Helsing & Matthew Saltz
Tiger Striped Sky by Roo Panes
Tum Tak by A.R. Rahman, Javed Ali, Kirti Sagathia, Pooja AV
The Emotion by BØRNS
Give It To Me by Timbaland ft. Justin Timberlake & Nelly Furtada [explicit]
Honey by Mariah Carey
Enter The Ninja by Die Antwoord [explicit]
Boee (Come To Me) by Idan Raichel
Buildings and Bridges by Ani Difranco
Conmigo (Rest of Your Life) by Sofia Reyes
Dark Horse by Katy Perry ft. Juicy J
Galileo by Indigo Girls
Turn The World Around by Harry Belafonte (live version)
Budding Trees by Nahko and Medicine for the People
Thery’ll Be Pizza in the Valley by Little Ocean
What are YOU feeling re: all the feelings? What’s your feelings song anthem right now? Do you have your own Pisces full moon playlist? If so, let me know! Join the Pisces full moon music feelings conversation here.
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