Category: Moon Cycles Written by Lena Stevens Views: 4933
Full Moon in Taurus is Saturday October 31, at 8:49 AM Mountain Daylight Time (MDT).
This is a Blue Moon and the second one within the same month. This powerful moon sets the tone for November and brings cathartic support for releasing the past, stretching us to move beyond our limitations and freeing us from the emotional entrapments of regrets, disappointments, guilt and shame. It really is time to let go of any attachments you have to what was or should have been and to begin to dream of what can be. During this full moon time it is a good practice to think of things you would never dream you would or could do, have or experience and try them on for size. Use your imagination and be creative in your “what ifs?”.
This full moon is about freedom and expansion. However in order to get there, you must first be willing to let go of your resentments, your position, your need to be right and your attachment to suffering. You could have a radical release and shift in your life of something that has been stuck for a very long time. Although this is not a good time to make too rash or permanent a decision, any movement and action towards big change as well as thinking outside the box, will be beneficial and will move you in the right direction.
The goal for this full moon is to focus on how exciting these times are and what opportunities they bring for change and improvement of life. If you get stuck in an emotional whirlpool bring music, laughter, beauty and friendship into your environment to help launch you into a higher vibration. Dream big! Happy Halloween and Day of the Dead!
NOTE: For those in Daylight Savings regions in the USA remember to turn your clocks back on Sunday, November 1 to Standard Time.
Lena is an internationally known teacher and shamanic practitioner. She apprenticed for 10 years with a Huichol Shaman from Mexico and has studied cross cultural shamanic healing from numerous traditions including the Amazon basin, Native American, Northern European and Siberian. Lena has taught and worked with individuals, groups, businesses and communities for the past 25 years, helping to bring shamanic nature based wisdom back into people's lives. One of her specialities is the woven song tradition of the Shipibo tribe in the Peruvian Amazon, the singing of Icaros or healing songs. The individual healing work with these energy patterns through song and other shamanic techniques has had a powerful impact on her clients. Lena is the co-author of the "Secrets of Shamanism, How to Tap the Spirit Power Within" and a contributor to "The Power Path". Along with husband and partner Jose, she is the co-founder and one of the primary instructors of Power Path Seminars and the School of Shamanism. Source Here
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