What message does the waning moon have for us?
Waning Moon in Capricorn
March 31, 2016
Tarot Card: Queen of Ariel
This cycle has been a bit stormy as we’ve been dared to release and let go, to step way up into our destinies. The Queen of Ariel is like a sunbeam through the rain clouds, a reminder to put our selves in front of beauty. Connect with those you love, spruce up your space and engage with the material realm. Cultivate gratitude. Dig your hands into the earth and feel up Mother Nature, sending your vibes deep into her core. Trust your insights and know that your artist vision may be more finely tuned then those around you, allowing you to perceive what’s not even on their radar. Be open to advice, filtering information through your Inner-Verse, and be willing to share your wisdom. The waning moon can be a crunchy time, and we’re once again asked to explore our relationships with giving and receiving as our energy dims, mimicking Luna in the night’s sky. Continue engaging with your personal practice to create a solid Inner-Beauty routine, using yoga, meditation, mantras and spiritual practices to cleanse, clear and balance your energy bodies. Notice the ripple effect that these actions create. Be amazed. Invoke the spirit of Aphrodite/Venus, Goddess of love and beauty to soften into each moment. Be gentle. Slow down. Relax.
Continue to repeat the cycle mantra “I am the Big Bang”, noticing how your reaction to these words shifts and morphs as Luna waxes and wanes. The waning moon is resistant to affirmative words, preferring to unearth the limiting beliefs and shady parts of ourselves. Connect with the cosmos, open your crown and receive golden starlight. Fill yourself up. We really are the Big Bang. You have star quality. #livewithmoxy and remember what you’re made of. Shine!