What an exciting time to be alive! New Moon energy in Aries is dynamic, energetic, and awakening. It’s the start of a new chapter giving a boost of confidence to move forward on desired dreams and ideas. Spring is the perfect time for planting seeds in faith trusting in the process for Divine outcome. Nature is reflecting this glorious time with new growth everywhere. In order to enjoy the rebirth, awakening process, self-care is critical; rest and rejuvenation are essential to connect with ourselves so we are better able to give more to others. If you are experiencing high levels of stress, anxiety, anger, and/or grief during this season, it.
There is a Libra Super Full Moon on March 20 and the Spring Equinox, which will bring much needed light, love and balance to our planet! This is a very powerful time of rebirth and celebration. Supporting us to let go of what no longer serves us and embracing what does by focusing on love and joy. This transformation will greatly benefit our interpersonal and collective by encouraging us to tune into our feminine side as we emerge from hibernation and awaken into Spring. In Chinese Medicine, Spring is the season of renewal, growth, and rejuvenation. The Liver/Gallbladder organ system and Wood element rule this season. The need to nurture.
Spring is in the air, joy and wonder everywhere! The new moon on March 6, promises to bring in a calmer, more relaxed energy to help us focus on our desires. This new moon energy brings with it a sense of awakening to our latent potential, which helps transform our ideas into actions creating more freedom, enlightenment, and liberation within to be the change we want to see in the world. At Wonderworks Healing Arts, we balance body, mind, and spirit to help create a different perspective and momentum by moving stuck energies of old emotions, resentment, anger, and grief, which can cause physical pains in the body to get.
We are having a super full moon Tuesday, February 19, in the earthy sign of Virgo. This is powerful energy of grounding, strength, and enlightenment creating the potential for positive changes in our lives on the deepest soul level. This full moon is helping to awaken us by cracking us open so we can see beyond our beliefs and into a new reality on a mind, body, spirit level or on a combination of all three. During this intense full moon energy, acupuncture and energy healing help balance the body, mind, and spirit by grounding us and creating abundant healing energy and deep relaxation. This helps facilitate the healing process.
We are having a very auspicious new moon on Monday, February 4, which is in the sign of Aquarius. This brings with it a light, expansive energy, that is about thinking out of the box, creating new ideas, actions, and possibilities to expand our life experiences and grow. It is a time of revitalizing ourselves, connecting with others, taking a risk, and expanding our horizons. It is a very exciting day for me because I am off on a spiritual journey through India to cultivate greater healing energies and expand my knowledge. I am looking forward to sharing this expansion with you upon my return in two weeks. This also.
There will be a total lunar eclipse and full moon creating a reddish hue on January 21, which will intensify emotions. It is best to meditate on peace, love, and harmony to help direct these energies in a positive way. Balance and grounding rituals between our inner self and the outer world focusing on self-care, family, and home are recommended, along with detoxing and letting go of old, addictive patterns. This is an intense healing and transformation period to help create greater awareness of intimacy and loving-kindness practices individually and collectively. Even though this can be unsettling, change will do us good! During this growth and cleansing process, acupuncture healing.
The New Moon on January 5 is intensified by a partial solar eclipse, which will amplify the energies of intentions, commitments, and desires for the New Year. After of a year of intense inner growth and transformation, we can reap the rewards this New Year with the possibilities of joy and renewal bringing in more love and light into manifestation! 2019 will be a number 3 year in numerology, which promotes creativity and heartfelt expression. We are all in great need of creating a more joyful, compassionate reality. In Chinese Medicine the New Year actually begins a month later on February 5, making this a time of completion before beginning.
The Full moon on December 22 is called the Cold Moon because it is the start of winter and follows the Winter Solstice, marking the changing of the seasons. A powerful time to go inward and reflect on the changes that have occurred this year, and decide what works and let go of what doesn’t. It is also a time of celebration and love, to let your inner spirit out and connect with others in our own true authentic nature, and to be free of fear and embrace the freedom to express creation in all it’s gloriousness! In Chinese Medicine, wintertime represents the most Yin time of year with its.
The Sagittarius new moon on December 7 brings a high energy of excitement or anxiety, depending upon how we choose to look at the situation. The energy in December is very chaotic, therefore, it is important to ground, breathe, and pause before reacting. Balancing body, mind, and spirit is the best remedy for this holiday season. Committing to loving-self care, will create greater health, wealth, and happiness for everyone. Decide what you want to keep in your life to bring greater joy and light and let the rest go. ‘Tis the season to be jolly! The holidays can bring added stress and mixed emotions, all of which can affect our.
We will be having a full moon Thursday, November 22, Thanksgiving Day, heightening the energies of gratitude, love and joy. Giving us the opportunity to let go of what no longer works, so we can open up to interesting new ideas, possibilities and truth. This is a wonderful time to connect and continue to establish loving-kindness practice with yourself and all others. Traditional Chinese Medicine is rooted in the ancient philosophy of Taoism, which believes that the human body is a miniature version of the larger, surrounding universe. And that it is possible to have harmony between two opposing yet complementary forces, yin and yang. This balance creates health and.