The New Moon

#1 Posted on
4/16/2009 3:06:43 AM
by Lilith
How many of you work with the cycles of the moon? Did you know that the new moon is a time for new beginnings - for placing the seeds of what you wish to manifest in your life? What activities do you do at the new moon? How do you honor this energy?
#2 Posted on
4/16/2009 3:57:31 AM
by Bonnie
I love the new moon! I combine the energy of the new moon with the focus of the sign the new moon is in, and set my goals for he coming month. Very powerful!
#3 Posted on
6/21/2009 4:42:09 AM
by Darcy
The new moon on June 22nd is in the sign of Cancer, which is also the sign that the Sun is in. Cancer involves home and family, and also intuition. I think this will be a good time for me to focus on my home and family. How do the rest of you look at this? Darcy
#4 Posted on
7/8/2009 11:08:24 AM
by mariposa
Thank you -- this is so on point for me. And provides a great explanation for my recent behavior! Lately I have been into getting things in order in my house. For example, I have been determined to finish every unfinished project, organizing clutter, and making things prettier in the most simple ways. Just adding fresh flowers and some new plant scan make such a difference! My underlying motivation for doing this has been to create a nice environment for my family to hang out. I want to throw a dinner party for my husband two young kids! What better guests for a party. All in all, it seems like this is a great time to create a happy environment and connect with family.
#5 Posted on
7/20/2009 4:09:06 AM
by Bonnie
Mariposa - Your words bring a smile to my face! Blessings, Bonnie
#6 Posted on
6/9/2017 3:01:19 AM
by jill1234
moon spell:Generally we find that we can't proceed onward in life until something has been accomplished, something has been finished. When we think back on life, we find that there are sure stride stones, that it wasn't a straight movement yet that we moved in jumps, hops to the following level. For all intents and purposes, that implies that we find long stretches of nothingness, where nothing appears to move or change and we feel stuck, exhausted, wasting our time and not getting anyplace, regardless of how much exertion is consumed. Be that as it may, at that point something happens and whoosh! We wind up in a radical new world.