Wednesday’s Full Moon in Sagittarius happens at 24 degrees, 23 minutes. Most beginners are savvy enough to figure out where that axis falls in their own charts. However, to fully assess the impact on you personally you can go one step further and compare the entire chart of the event with your own. The synastry between the Full Moon chart and yours will give you a more detailed picture.
How do you do that? Many here are familiar with using astro.com to generate charts. If you go to their free chart selection section and generate a chart for the date, June 15th, with your own city as the birthplace, you can advance the time till the chart has the Moon at 24 degrees, 23 minutes, the exact time of the eclipse for your area. If it helps, Pacific time, in my area, it is exact at 1:15 in the afternoon. This gives you the eclipse chart.
Once you have generated the eclipse chart you can compare the chart with your own: synastry. You can see where each planet in that chart falls within your own house system, what aspects each planet makes to your own planets. For instance, the Moon ruler for the eclipse is Jupiter. Where does it fall in your chart? Do any of the planets hit your planets? Do they hit your angles (ASC/DC, MC/IC), your part of fortune or vertex?
It’s not important that you understand it all. The point of the exercise is to give you experience in comparing charts. So it doesn’t make total sense to you this time. Over time it will.
Where does the upcoming eclipse fall in your chart? What are your thoughts on how it may affect you?