The full moon in Cancer with its focus on home, family, and emotions, brings an appropriate ending to this intense, transformative year. As we hunker down and go inward, it is a perfect time to reflect on lessons learned and blessings gained as we go into the New Year. This is a time of quiet reflection where we can learn to trust a new way of being. Keep the faith and let go of fear in order to lower stress levels and strengthen immune systems. This is also a wonderful time to keep our minds and hearts open by expressing gratitude. Wonderworks Healing Arts is open to serve your healing.
The Winter Solstice on December 21 is the longest night of the year before we start returning to the light. Astrologically this is even more of a wondrous night with the Jupiter-Saturn conjunction, which ushers in the Age of Aquarius. This is a time of death and rebirth as our consciousness is awaken, love is actualized, and deep healing takes place. It is time to celebrate our true nature, as we emerge from the dark night of the soul. In Chinese Medicine, Winter is the season of water, cold, salty, and is associated with the kidneys. This represents our fundamental essence, the yin aspect, dark, slow, inward energy. It is.
On Monday morning, December 14, we will be having a solar eclipse during the new moon in Sagittarius. Although we will not be able to see it, we will certainly feel it as the celestial energies culminate toward the Winter Solstice on December 21. These higher energies help us feel more joy and ease during these troubling times. All of which, helps us lighten up and let go of grief and suffering and look for the silver lining of greater vitality and happiness. Wonderworks Healing Arts, a safe, healing sanctuary, is open during the shutdown as it is essential to maintain and boost the immune system to stay healthy and.