This new moon is in the Aquarius sign. A connecting and uniting with people, the more than human world, and the world at large sign. It’s a good time to create new goals for friendships, community, and loved ones. How do you want to give back? How do you want to nurture your best relationships, including your relationship to yourself?
New Moons are about new beginnings, take just a little time (a day or two) for planning and turning inward, and then move into the active phase. Take this time to set an intention and plan for cultivating and nurturing your relationships, especially if some of the most important relationships have been neglected for whatever reasons. We make time, it doesn’t appear, make time for what matters.
THEN ACTION STEPS: The growing moon is for action! Set a date with a friend. Plan a date night with your partner. Make a date with yourself. Nurture your “I love this” side of yourself and make time to do whatever it is you love. Spend some time outside and connect with the more than human world. Feed the birds. Fill the waterers. Sit in nature. Reflect on what it is you have to offer the world…what is your unique and special gift. Make a plan to nurture your unique and special gift to the world.
Set your intention and create your action steps. And begin. The new moon gives you loads of energy to begin and grow. After all, we’re heading into a growing (waxing) moon next. Use this energy to take care of yourself and your most important relationships–ALL of your most important relationships.
Air signs can be like wind: unbalancing. It’s winter and transitioning, so it’s already windy and unstable. So, if you do nothing else between now and the next phase of the moon: stay grounded and focused on what matters.
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On Thu, Feb 11, 2021 at 2:08 PM Trillium Ayurveda wrote:
> Charlotte Weltzin posted: ” This new moon is in the Aquarius sign. A > connecting and uniting with people, the more than human world, and the > world at large sign. It’s a good time to create new goals for friendships, > community, and loved ones. How do you want to give back? How do” >
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