The Aquarius new moon is represented by the Female Water Bearer that pours nurturing, creative waters onto our dreams and visions to help fertilise them, so we can manifest them into reality during the year, and create a better world for ourselves and humanity.
This week the SHAMANIC GUIDANCE is to turn off the media, stop listening to others, and make time in silence to listen to your own intuition so that it can guide you to the right people and places.
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Fortunately, the first moon of 2017 is the full moon in Cancer, bringing the focus back to our issues around feeling safe and secure. How safe we feel depends on our beliefs. When we come from the perspective that ‘Home is where the heart is,’ and place our safety and security in our hearts, then, wherever we are in the world, we will always feel loved and protected, and can see all the blessings that are in our lives. We can also flow more easily with changing circumstances because when we rely on what is within us, it can never be taken away.
The Capricorn new moon, symbolised by the mountain goat, reminds us not to give up, but to find the inner strength and fortitude to keep on keeping on. The new year is just around the corner and everything is in flux and flow. What might look like a huge burden now, could be turning into a great blessing if you hold on strong.
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Following on from the earthly Taurus full moon, we have the fiery Sagittarius new moon that focuses us on our destination. Symbolised by the archer, we are asked to pay attention to the goals we are wanting to achieve. Are we shooting for the moon and stars or content with just playing it safe?
After plunging deep into the emotional waters of the Scorpio new moon we are now heading towards another Supermoon in earthly Taurus and an opportunity to focus on practical and business matters.
Over the past couple of months I have been going through what has been termed a “Dark Night of the Soul,’ when all my beliefs about how life works, and who I am, have been shattered. This process is by its very nature a scary journey, as we lose sense of who we think we are, and have to acknowledge who we really are.