The Last Quarter Square between the Scorpio Moon and Aquarius Sun (18 deg) triggers a crisis between detachment and depth. There's something you have to step back from, and it may be rooted in the January 31st, Full Moon eclipse. Initially, you were compelled to step into the shadow behind the eclipse's result. Maybe you immersed yourself in someone/something. You saw the corruption behind the fame, or the magnetic depths behind the shine.
Now it's time to come up for air.
Will there be a loss if you step away? Well, the great fear of loss may not be so great, once you understand what you're dealing with. Right now, you're not seeing the whole picture. If you remove yourself, you allow the light of clarity to pierce the shadows. And this will be essential for you to take full advantage of the upcoming New Moon eclipse in Aquarius.
The Last Quarter Square is always an intense time, because there is a crisis around what you think or know. The friction between what used to make sense (and doesn't anymore) versus what's unknown but inevitable creates the impetus for change.
This square is especially potent because it's taking place between two eclipses. You've been confronted with a deeply immersive (and dramatic) situation. You dove in - you had to know it, feel it. But now, you must move on from that, because your new beginning involves the type of clarity that can only be achieved with distance. This can apply to literally/physically moving on, or just giving yourself some breathing room by taking a time out. There will be a question mark over the new beginning, but rest assured you'll know more soon.