The New Moon Monday, March 27, in Aries, the Fire element. is all about letting go to make room for more of what serves us and those around us best. Unfortunately “best” is not always how we think it should be. This is where trust and faith, surrendering to the unknown, and taking a leap of faith is very helpful. Along with the action stimulating Fire element, we are being graced with lots of the Water element in the form rain, to clean the air and nourish our souls. The drought is over, we can let go and relax and go with the flow. This new moon is all about.
Spring is in the air, flowers blooming everywhere! Spring Equinox is the time of renewal and balancing, equalizing the energies between the winter and spring seasons. Bringing in much needed light, warmth, and new life in nature and ourselves as well. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, Spring is mainly associated with the wood element, which is known for its strength and flexibility. From a spiritual perspective, the wood element is said to house the “hun” which represents the Spirit that enlivens and sustains us throughout life and is said to move on after death. Spring, in Chinese Medicine, also connects to the color green associated with healing, the emotion of anger.
This Sunday, March 12, at 8am we have a Virgo Full Moon at 22 degrees. This moon is the archetypical nurse and makes an amazing healer. Those touched by this moon need to look after themselves first! If not, they will burn out in their caring roles very quickly if they neglect themselves. Oh my, I am already feeling the buildup of this full moon energy, insomnia, agitation, and anticipation, as I look at the clock at 2am, realizing I need to get up in a couple of hours. I had planned on doing early morning meditation for two hours starting at, 5:30, in honor of International Women’s Day, when.