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Lunar Timing – The Natural Rhythm of the Moon October 1, 2012

Posted by Kerry in Astrology, Moon Gardening.
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Time it with the Moon!


The phases of the Moon are a metaphor for the phases of our life.

The New Moon is the beginning of a time of expansion and a time to think about all new beginnings, new projects, ideas, activities. This isn’t necessarily a time for action though, rather

a time of rest and reflection, focus and planning.


When you see the crescent moon its time for action! Begin the work & implement the ideas & projects you have been planning. The closer it comes to the Full Moon the stronger we will feel the push to try a little harder and go beyond our expectations. Vitality is nearly at its peak and creativity is heightened.


The Full Moon presents us with the completion and full realisation of what we have achieved or what has happened. It provides clarity, thus we can feel complete and fulfilled, (or we can feel

frustrated and thwarted). The Full Moon is also a time when we are alert to our inner wisdom and can feel a heightened sense of emotions. So without any judgment and with complete

acceptance, give thanks for who you were, who you are, and who you will be.


As the Moon shrinks in visible size the second half of the Moon phase begins. And the energy within us, as with the energy within the plants, is retreating to our core. This evokes a sense of

letting go, of release, and a process of moving away from situations that we have outgrown. It is perfect for working strongly on releasing ourselves from various addictions and difficulties. A time for cleaning diets or cleaning routines, as well as a great time to get your hair cut! It is also a time for learning how to let go. To allow the natural breakdown to occur so that rebirth

and transformation of ideas and feelings can begin again at the Next New Moon.


English: Lunar libration. see below for more d...

English: Lunar libration. see below for more descriptions Français : Librations de la lune. Voir une description détaillée en dessous. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)














































































































































































































































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