Lunar eclipses occur when the Sun is in front of all or part of the full moon for a short time. In an astrological sense, lunar eclipses typically mean an end to something that has been going on since the last eclipse. This usually points to the end of things such as settlements and business plans. They'll become finalized during the lunar eclipse. But, this could also be a finalization of something that's been holding you back, such as a bad relationship or a divorce.
Normally, eclipses happen in six-month periods. The eclipses for 2015 occur in the same signs as they did in 2014, Libra and Aries, respectively.
Our first lunar eclipse, a total eclipse, comes on April 4. It'll be able to be seen along the Pacific and eastern Indian oceans, and all continents bordering (North and South America, Asia, Australia, and the Artic). This eclipse will be falling in 15 Libra. This points to a time of new birth. Again, take this time as a positive and put any and all unresolved issues to rest. Literally, let these issues die, and try not to save them.
The next lunar eclipse, another total eclipse, occurs on September 28. This eclipse will be able to be seen on the opposite side of the earlier eclipse, along the Atlantic, eastern Pacific, and western Indian oceans, and all bordering continents (Antarctica, North and South America, Africa, Europe, and eastern Asia).This, along with the earlier eclipse, is an emotional one. There's also a focus on relationship yet again during this lunar eclipse. If you didn't get the chance to take action on a failing relationship, whether it be a friendship or a more intimate one, you'll have a second chance during this lunar eclipse. Free yourself from whatever is holding you back from being you, that's the key during this time.
These eclipses will be felt most strongly by those whose planets from their chart fall within the times of both.