Category: Moon Cycles Written by Lena Stevens Views: 1349
The New Moon in Taurus is Wednesday, April 22 at 8:25 PM Mountain Daylight Time (MDT).
This new moon is a call to action. It is a call to set your priorities straight and to anchor and ground new intentions based on those priorities. It is an energetic stimulus to get off the couch, to organize your time, to move your body and to engage your imagination and positive thinking. This is not a call to be impatient, judgmental or irritated, looking for something to blame for your disappointed expectations. It is an opportunity to be proactive with your choices. Bless all inconvenience as an invitation for necessary change. This is a good time to work with the quantum field in setting some “what if” questions that will guide your future. It is also an excellent time to do something new and creative.
Those of you who can do so would benefit greatly in spending time outdoors and improving some small area of your garden or outdoor space by planting, weeding, and bringing beauty into your environment. Do this as an exercise to represent a part of yourself that you are improving by planting inspiration, weeding out the old that you are complete with, and bringing in something of beauty into your mental, emotional and physical environment. Appreciate and acknowledge the blooms you see surfacing in the environment around you as the blossoms of hope, fertility and abundance. Place the energy of those blossoms into your heart and breathe that energy in as often as possible. Remember that like attracts like. In this potent time, what do you wish to attract? Negativity, resistance, anger, disappointment, fear, lack, despair? Or love, hope, abundance, fertility, inspiration and beauty?
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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