Hello and good day my fellow life travelers! I am delighted to share and connect with all of you! The theme for this New Moon in Leo, the fiery heart-centered planet, is balance in love and relationships with self and others, which is required in order to create harmony in the world. Balance within body, mind, and spirit is easily attainable by taking a deep breath, letting go, and focusing on the moment. In Chinese Medicine, the importance of maintaining balance in the heart meridian is essential to maintain health. The Heart Meridian is the ruler of all the other organ systems in our body. Imbalances in the smooth flow.
Happy Full Moon! A wonderful time to celebrate our great efforts of transformation that we’ve been experiencing these last few months. Hopefully your transformations have involved completion, and letting go of fear and embracing greater love, truth, and healing! During the season of Summer, the Heart meridian energy center is dominant. In Chinese Medicine, the heart functions include blood circulation, as well as housing the mind and spirit, consciousness, thinking, memory, sleep, taste and speech. It’s so important to establish and maintain balance of the Heart meridian to create good health in body, mind, and spirit. Otherwise disturbances in the mind-body connection can result in insomnia, anxiety, headaches and stomachaches..
The theme for this New Moon is self love, which is perfect for Independence Day! It is very liberating to love and care for oneself whole-heartedly. When we accept and forgive ourselves, focus on love, and let go of fear, we enter the timeless present and create a lightness of being which is reflected in positive relationships. Often we do for others to the detriment of our health and happiness, which can also create stress in our body, mind and spirit. As well as cause stress in our relationships. Healing sessions are an excellent way to let go and focus on self healing. This helps create greater love, compassion and.
We are on the precipice of an exciting time of year…summer! This year summer is coming in with a tremendous force; we will be having a full moon and Solstice on the same day! This is an auspicious day indeed because the last time this happened was 30 years ago! This rare and powerful energy is a much-needed opportunity for letting go, transformation, and improvement both individually and collectively. Creating a ritual to honor and celebrate this time will help keep us focused on positive outcomes. Being flexible and adapting while keeping the faith will manifest our dreams. In Chinese Medicine, the Fire element is associated with summer and the.
Having just returned from the Hawaiian Islands Saturday, where I was immersed in nature for 10 days, I am feeling weirdly out of place here. I am reminded to stay focused on the New Moon message of trusting in the process of life and staying positive, while planting new seeds of personal and professional desires and goals. It is a choice of attitude on how I want to experience my life no matter where I am or what the circumstances are. So I took a nap, got on my bike, bought groceries, and am starting to feel at home again. Life is good! The New Moon is the ideal time.
Full moons are all about letting go, completion, and trusting the process. This is part of the natural life cycle. Often this can bring up issues of control, which can create disturbance in the energy flow. In Chinese Medicine this is called Rebellious Qi. That is when the energies in the body, mind, and spirit run contrary, and we get stuck causing dis-ease within our system. In addition, we have been in a Mercury Retrograde cycle, when the planet spins backwards, since April 28 and ending on May 22. This period can cause difficulties with communication. However, it is also a wonderful opportunity to review, refine, and explore our dreams.
Happy Mother’s Day! A joyous day to celebrate the miracle of life with the people we love! I am blessed to have twin sons, Jake and David, who are 29 years old. I remember the day I gave birth all those years ago as being the most amazing day of my life! Those two perfect, precious babies, have now grown into these handsome, loving men. We enjoy each other’s company and are going to the Padres game on Sunday celebrate our special day. Throughout the years in my healing practice, I have helped many people experience the gift of life as well. I feel like a fairy Godmother helping make.
Mystical, magical full moon time! It’s rumored to be a green full moon, first time in a hundreds of years! However, I woke up to a golden full moon out my bedroom window. This is a powerful energy supporting us to let go of old ideas, desires, and/or behaviors that are not working anymore. Anything is possible! During this intense transition period, I am seeing a lot of people suffering going through difficulty with sickness or tragedy. It is important to remember that sometimes it gets worse before it gets better. Like the saying goes, it’s always darkest before the dawn. Transformation is happening even if it doesn’t look like.
Wonderful possibilities for transformation are available every moment of the day. This is true in nature and for us as well. This is the time of year when we can actually see change in progress. As nature blooms and prospers with the elements of air and water, so do we with are our thoughts and actions. The body, mind, and spirit connection is the key element in holistic healing. As we think, we create. This is a powerful aspect of our being which can either heal us or hurt us depending on our focus. If we are out of balance for too long, stuck in a negative rut, experiencing long-term.
Spring Equinox is the day of equal lightness and darkness, the transition between Winter and Spring. This time may challenge us in mind, body, and spirit, as Mother Nature is showing us the importance of balance, embracing the totality of being. I am off to the desert to explore this theme. In Chinese Medicine, we have just emerged from Winter, or the Water element, which is more internal, a time to recharge our batteries before bursting forth into spring. Spring, or the Wood element, is the exact opposite. An exciting time of new beginnings. It is external: wood grows and expands. Wood is associated with anger and creativity; achieving goals and.