• Your Emotional Moon Analysis

  • Balsamic Moon in Taurus is quiet inviting us to rest… to smell the roses to silence our mind… To bring awareness about something we need to solve later… Taurus relates with our ability to use our resources to give ourselves the emotional security we need. It is a reminder that we will get whatever we ask for… The poet Jessie B Rittenhouse has a beautiful poem to use as a spiritual guidance to release old patterns associated with the sign of Taurus preparing ourselves for the Super New Moon Tomorrow:

    I bargained with Life for a Penny
    And Life would pay no more
    However I begged at evening
    When I counted my scanty store;
    
    For Life is a just employer
    And gives you what you ask,
    But once you have set the wages,
    Why, you must bear the task.
    
    I worked for a menial’s hire
    Only to learn dismayed
    That any wage I had asked of Life
    Life would have willingly paid.

    May 26, 2017 Sun & Moon join in Gemini offering us a time to plant our intentions and remember this poem when you ask to the Universe… Visualise and plant intentions related with the sign of Gemini.

    It is a SUPER NEW MOON; it means the energies are close to earth:

    • BE PRESENT- LIVE NOW; To Empower our voice; •Arouse curiosity; TALK & LISTEN• PLAY WITH YOUR MIND – humour & •FEED YOUR MIND reading a good Book

    The New Moon is at 5 degrees of Gemini and Mercury (the Ruler of the Super New Moon) is direct in Taurus! Can you see the connection between asking life what you really want life to pay!! Gardening our mind with positive thoughts is the key.

    Jupiter (beliefs) is opposing to Venus (Values) and both are challenged by transformer Pluto.  Our thoughts can control our life and then let good opportunities pass by…

    “Don’t let the fear of the time it will take to accomplish something stand in the way of your doing it. The time will pass anyway; we might just as well put that passing time to the best possible use”. Earl Nightingale

    New Moon Blessings!

    © Cecilia Lugo-Anderson

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