The full moon on December 3 is also a supermoon and is bound to be exciting! Whether that be crazy-making or fun depends on whether or not we prepare for this intense energy by grounding and letting go. This also marks the beginning of Mercury retrograde, which lasts for three weeks. This is the time for reevaluating and going with the flow and letting things run their course, in the end everything will sort itself out. This can be especially chaotic during the holidays. Therefore self-care is critical now. Taking time out to take walks, talk with friends, eat in peace will help. Also getting acupuncture healing will be very.
Like the phoenix raising, anything is possible on the New Moon, November 18. The energy of change and rebirth are fertile during this new moon, helping create transformation. After an arduous journey through the muck and mire, the way through to love is becoming easier. We are being inundated with love and blessings from the Universe to help us see clearer during this time of great upheaval and change. No matter what the situation appears, we can choose happiness or suffering. In Oriental Medicine we are in the Fall season, transformation and change is taking place all around us in nature, which is reflected in our internal nature as well..
We have a Super moon amplifying the full moon energy in Scorpio, which is already a very sensitive, intense energy, on November 3. This is the time to look within and discover buried treasure that is ready to be revealed and emotions to be healed and transformed. The Scorpio full moon time is also very spiritual and emotional and can be quite crazy making if not feeling grounded and centered. To help facilitate greater intuition and joy we need to ground these intense energies by pausing and meditating on our breath, which will help align us to our body, mind, and soul connection. This will help open our hearts and.
More and more the message is clear…choose love, life, and happiness, stop suffering and be in the moment! This new moon in Libra is all about balance and inner reflection. Taking time to look within and reflect on our intentions for the highest good of all. We are in an evolutionary phase on this planet of choosing between light and darkness by embracing the totality of our being instead of the duality. We are all shadow and light, and we are creating the awareness of choice on where we want to put our focus, on either healing or suffering and thereby take action to be part of the solution instead.
The New Moon and Autumn Equinox can be an exciting time of renewal and reset. Now is the time to embrace change and rejoice in the transformations that have taking place both individually and collectively. As a result of the tremendous inner growth we have gone through, we are emerging as beautiful butterflies no matter how this might look on the outside. This is also the time of year to dig deep and clear out cluttered spaces within and around us, in order to create space to plant new ideas and endeavors as we adjust to this new season. Taking quiet time for ourselves as well is also very valuable.
So how is everyone feeling after this intense past month of healing? This full moon is about loving the aspects of ourselves and each other that we consider unlovable and integrating the changes that have taken place in us during this transition. This is an adjustment period of balancing body, mind, and spirit. By tuning inside ourselves and breathing deeply, we are at choice instead of reaction to outside stimulus and old ways of being that no longer serve us. Pausing helps us let go of control and go with the flow by honoring our emotions and moving through them instead of stuffing them in or lashing out. My relationship.
The build up of New Moon and Solar Eclipse energies are upon us! This is the time to look within and all around us to see what is no longer working in our lives and to let go and make room for what does. These intense spiritual energies are here to help us to bring to light that which has been in the shadows for deep healing. As a nation we are individually and collectively experiencing what is traditionally considered “the dark night of the soul”. In Oriental Medicine, the healing process is based on a holistic approach of helping the whole person, by balancing body, mind and spirit, instead.
New Moon energies in Leo are all about jumping into the heart of the matter and being courageous living your dream! It’s time to take heart-centered action and be clear about your intention. Coming from love, acceptance, and compassion promotes self-care and healing for those around us. Excess stress during the summer months causes disharmony in the heart meridian, energy center. This is an excellent time to reflect on balancing body, mind, and spirit and reset wherever necessary to maintain good health and a joyous attitude. In Chinese Medicine, the Heart Meridian, the Fire element, controls the emotions, and houses the spirit, Shen. During these hot, humid days of summer.
Happy July! Summer is here, vacation is near, happiness abounds! The theme for this full moon is to choose joy, let go of worry and suffering, contemplate healing possibilities and enjoy. In order to create emotional, physical, and spiritual balance it is necessary to establish boundaries.This is essential to coexist peacefully with others. We all need to learn how to get along and not lose ourselves in the process, to flourish in love instead. In Oriental Medicine, summer is the season of Fire, the Heart meridian, energy center of love. It is also partnered with the Small Intestine meridian, the energy center for separating the pure from the impurities. Just.
Super New Moon in Cancer, the sign of home, emotional well being, and water is happening on Friday, June 23, just after the Summer Solstice, the official start of summer! We have all been feeling the heat, it is best to drop in deep and ground in love and stay out of our heads and drop into our hearts to avoid over heating. Get into the ocean if possible to cleanse and neutralize your energies. I have been feeling very blessed indeed to have swam in the sea. In Chinese Medicine, the summer element is fire, heart and small intestine meridians, joy and/or anxiety, the color red, taste bitter, a.