Today has been quite a glorious one! If you are like me and completely ADORE the great things of nature and were able to view the Solar Eclipse, then you are over the moon (pun-intended but that is also how I feel).
It was fun to have a pin-hole viewing box and to play around with the solar glasses as well. Those ten or so minutes of spending time outside marveling at the wonders of the literal Universe was PHENOMENAL! It is one of those things to share stories about, generations from now.
Weeks leading up to the eclipse have been the home of intense energy. This energy has pulled many things to the surface that needs to be addressed. If you have been feeling as though there are many emotions, memories, and other things coming out of nowhere, they may be things that demands your attention in order to be released.
What’s not to love about the Moon? New Moon. Waxing Moon. Full Moon. Waning Moon. Every phase is beautiful and brings something different to the energies of the Universe.
Yesterday, Mercury went retrograde, although it feels like we just ended the last retrograde. These past few weeks brings a lot of things to the forefront with a new season, multiple planets in retrograde and now a Full Moon.
The two biggest aspects of the month are the New Moon and Full Moon. While the New Moon is for setting intentions, the Full Moon brings clarity. The energy of the Full Moon often feels intense due to the gravitational pull on the Earth, thus, us.
I absolutely love this time of the month. The New Moon is upon us. Truthfully, I love every aspect of the moon, however, the New and Full Moons are always extra special. Whereas the Full Moon brings about change and sometimes makes us feel weird, the New Moon is primetime to set intentions.
There is one day left in November. It is always surprising how fast time moves. As a gift to us from the Universe, there is a New Moon tonight.
New Moons are always beautifully impactful on our lives as it signifies new beginnings. New Moons allows us the space and energy to set new intentions as though they were seeds being planted in the spring. Our seeds of intention germinate for many months before they are available for harvest, so-to-speak.