There is a pink full moon in Scorpio, the sign of creativity, death, and rebirth, creating lots of passion and energy. It is best to channel this powerful energy into helping transform emotions into actions to fulfill our highest purpose, which is to love. In times of great despair, such as I have experienced with the death of a great friend and mentor, I am reminded of the importance of living each moment and being grateful for the gift of life we are given. Also of the great joy of connecting in heart-felt ways, and the importance of love, forgiveness and compassion towards ourselves and all others. Many people.
With the new moon in Aires, the planet of fiery, heart energy, the emphasis is on action. Initiation of heart and soul inspired actions are what’s needed here. If not, we are stuck in fear, spinning our wheels, getting nowhere. It is time to take the leap of faith and get clear as we forge the path of destiny to create greater happiness. Often old childhood wounds get stuck in our bones and joints and get played out in our lives by repeating patterns of neglect and abuse. Back, shoulder and neck aches, along with hip and knee pains are common areas of stuck emotional energy, which leads to pain.
Happy Blue Moon! This is the second full moon in March giving us an abundance of energy to help create balance between body, mind and spirit. This is a wonderful time of rebirth and awakening as we purge that which no longer serves us and spring into our higher consciousness and lightness of being! The very nature of Traditional Chinese Medicine is balance, as reflected in the Yin/Yang symbol. There is a touch of both lightness & darkness in both aspects as they blend together to create balance. When we are out of balance due to overworking, etc., we deplete our energies and tend to experience disturbances in our sleep.
Spring Equinox is here, its time to celebrate this time of year! Flowers blooming, life resurrecting, transformation is happening everywhere! This is the season of awakening! The Equinox is also about experiencing balance between light and dark, yin and yang, masculine and feminine energies and restoring balance in our lives. Time to cleanse and let go of what no longer serves you and embrace change. In Chinese Medicine, Spring is the element of Wood, new growth and rebirth within and all around us. The liver and gallbladder organ systems are dominate, which are in charge of detoxification and renewal. They rule the emotions of clarity and patience when in balance,.
The new moon is on March 17, St. Patrick’s Day, which some may consider a lucky omen. It will most certainly be an exciting healing opportunity to look within and affirm our magnificence. Unhealed emotional wounds, fears and insecurities may surface as well to be resolved, to create more freedom and joy, which is a blessing in disguise. Gratitude is key to developing greater love and compassion for self and others during this growth process. Energy healing and acupuncture will help during this sensitive time of growth with much needed gentle, loving care. I recently had a patient ask me after his healing session, what exactly is it that I.
The full moon Thursday the 1st of March is power packed with the energy of allowing. This is a wonderful opportunity to re-evaluate our intentions and take a deep breath and reassess our values. By letting go and going with the flow as life unfolds, this allows for the possibility of healing our minds and souls in this chaotic world and bringing inner peace. There are great benefits to our health and happiness in letting go of the need to know and the illusion of control. The art of allowing can be quite challenging for those of us who need to know, plan, and control, but opening up to the.
The New Moon and Solar Eclipse are upon us bringing abundant energy for transformation and healing. This is also the month of Love, as well as the Chinese New Year, year of the Dog, signifying loyalty, grounding, and joyful expression of play and community. The theme this new year is social awareness and selflessness with a desire to help and protect those less fortunate. At Wonderworks Healing Arts, we are committed to helping and being of service. Using Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture and energy healing, transformation happens in this environment of loving compassion. During times of stress and uncertainty, acupuncture healing will help ground, balance, and calm body, mind, and spirit..
We have a lot of intense energy building up for the upcoming Super Blood Blue Full Moon and total Lunar Eclipse! This powerful energy supports and guides us while we become aware of the changes we need to make within ourselves by reevaluating our course of action and letting go. This much heavenly excitement on one day has not happened in150 years! It is an ideal opportunity to change old paradigms by integrating our mind-body connection and anchor deeper into our hearts. The time for change is now, for this is truly a once in a blue moon happening. In Chinese Medicine this is considered a very auspicious time when.
The New Moon in Capricorn on January 16 is about evaluating our desires and taking action wherever necessary to recommit to our intentions for this New Year. It is essential to start with basic self care, food, water, rest to ground and build from there to create a strong foundation from which to operate. This is the year of self-discipline to create the life we aspire to full of love, health, prosperity and happiness for ourselves and all others. Acupuncture healing sessions are great for establishing self care rituals. As preventive medicine for optimum heath to balance stress, strengthen the immune system, and to help eliminate potential health issues such.
It seems a most fitting ending to this past tumultuous year of changes that we have a Blue Super Full Moon on the eve of the New Year as we jump into the promising unknown of 2018! It’s so important to take a moment to pause and reflect upon what that means to you. What you want to keep and cultivate in the New Year and what you want to let go of. 2018 is an 11 year, bringing spirituality and mastery. In Chinese Medicine, the Winter Season is ruled by the Kidneys, which is the Water element and the first charka. This is all about grounding, vitality, security, and.