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.
The new Moon on Monday, December 18 is a very powerful time to create new beginnings and let go of what no longer serves you as you embark on the New Year. During the last couple of weeks of this year, we will also be celebrating Winter Solstice and the Holidays. This is a wonderful time to delight in giving to others and taking care of oneself. As we enter the winter months, it is important to slow down and look within to determine what really matters to us. Oriental medicine and acupuncture energy healing sessions help to create the possibilities of experiencing joy this season by letting go of.
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.