The Aries new moon on April 11 brings in abundant energy of joy and cheer, and is a wonderful opportunity to connect with our souls and manifest our desires. It is important to stay grounded, maintain balance, and come from love, compassion, and kindness. Otherwise anger and frustrations can flare up with this dynamic energy. Focus instead on your heart’s desire to create greater wellbeing, abundance, and health, as well as creating more satisfaction in relationships. At Wonderworks Healing Arts, we are committed to helping you with your healing process in every way possible. By stimulating your own bodies’ healing chemicals with acupuncture, energy healing, and herbs, stagnant energy causing.
The full moon on March 28 is in the relationship sign of Libra. This peaceful, thoughtful sign emphasizes the importance of balance and equality with all living beings. Now that the sun is in the independent, heartwarming sign of Aries, it is essential to create unity and goodwill. This is a wonderful time to let go, forgive past hurts, and create greater love and harmony. At Wonderworks Healing Arts, our mission is to balance body, mind, and spirit and to hold the space so that deep healing can take place. As we drop into our own hearts and heal, we have a greater capacity to love more freely. Often we.
The first day of Spring officially starts on March 20 with the Spring Equinox, which signifies both day and night are of equal length. As we celebrate the awakening of Spring all around us, it is also the time to notice our own awakening spirit and plant new seeds of change. Connecting with nature will help us become more grounded, compassionate, and patient while creating greater happiness and freedom within. This is a wonderful time to balance body, mind, and spirit. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, Spring represents the Wood element. This is the time of renewal, growth, and rebirth. It is governed by the Liver and Gallbladder organ systems, the.
The New Moon in Pisces on March 13 is a wonderful time to embrace the miracles that life has to offer. From the simplest to the sublime, we are all a miracle! It is time to shine, express our true natures, and share with one another. The new moon energy is full of blessings, inspiration, and joy. It is time to commit to self-care by nurturing and balancing our body, mind, and spirit. Spring is awakening all around us and encouraging us to rejoice in the healing energies and get support after a long difficult winter. At Wonderworks Healing Arts, we are happy to help support you lose weight, get.
On February 27, we will be having a full moon in Virgo. This sign is known for its analytical, practical, and organizational nature. Therefore, this is a good time to examine our lives and access what is serving us best, and let go of what is not. We have all experienced a lot of loss and grief, and this is an excellent time to process and let go as much as possible and not to lose sight of the brighter side of life. We need to look within and connect with our spirit to raise our vibration, wellbeing, and focus on love. This healing process can be greatly assisted with.
On February 11 a New Moon in Aquarius brings charitably, positive feelings, and a sense of belonging. And on the following day, we are welcoming in the Chinese New Year of the Metal Ox. She will help establish new structures, new endeavors, and new dreams. Now is the time to focus our heart’s desire on the wellbeing and highest good for all. Wonderworks Healing Arts is dedicated to helping people with their healing process by balancing body, mind, and spirit. When we are in misalignment, pain, anxiety, and digestive issues occur. With energy healing and the aid of ancient Chinese healing modalities, acupuncture, herbal medicine, cupping, and moxibustion, harmony is.
The full moon on January 28 was called the Wolf Moon by the Algonquin tribes of north America. The howling wolves signified to them the conquering of light over darkness and became a call to celebrate renewed hope. All full moons symbolize the completion of the old, and letting go of all that impedes our present happiness, and future endeavors. Now is the time to heal old wounds and rejoice in new possibilities. At Wonderworks Healing Arts, we are happy to continue to help you with your healing needs, by balancing body, mind, and spirit with gentle acupuncture, energy healing, and oriental medicine. These modalities stimulate an organic, healing process.
The first new moon of 2021 will be in Capricorn on January 13, heralding new possibilities to explore, and commit to what makes us happy, healthy, and strong. This is a wonderful time as the Capricorn moon encourages us to look within for the strength to carry on and take responsibility for creating a fresh start in this New Year. You can trust the healing process as it unfolds. Wonderworks Healing Arts is open and setup with a wonderful outside healing space, as well as safe, clean beautiful healing rooms inside to accommodate your needs. This is the perfect time of year to come in to boost your immune system.
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.