New Moon in Taurus Lunar Report | Entering the Honey Moon Cycle

New Moon in Taurus | Honey Moon Cycle Energy Report

New moons offer us opportunities to refresh and begin again. This new moon gives us a burst of rejuvenating energy to help us get out of the restless slump we have been feeling during the pandemic. You might feel some initiative towards beginning new projects, or a burst of energy towards recommitting to past projects.

This new moon is in both Taurus and Gemini depending on your location and time zone, so expect to feel a little bit of both of these signs during this new moon period. This new moon holds energy of recovering, healing and rebuilding. Taurus energy can help you nurture yourself while Gemini will help you find new ways to express yourself.

Spirit de la Lune New Moon in Taurus Lunar Report | Entering the Honey Moon Cycle

This new moon cycle is also leading us into the Eclipse season of 2020. We have an eclipse happening on the 5th for the Full Moon. This is an excellent time to make some new intentions centered around rebuilding yourself and recovering. It’s a great time to begin new projects, question old habits and being to build the life you want for yourself.

We have Mercury retrograde coming up this month as well, joining Venus in retrograde for a short time. This can cause some confusion with your personal relationships. This new moon and honey moon cycle is a generally positive one though bringing in new opportunities and movement towards goals.

Each new moon, using our planners and decks we create the lunar report to help us navigate the new lunar cycle ahead.

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Full Moon Flower Essence Ceremony

 

 

We are in the season of blossoming and blooming though it may not feel like we can do this at the moment. The Flower Moon opens your heart to the potential you have no matter what situation you may find yourself in.

Under the full Flower Moon we will teach you how to create a flower essence to literally capture the energy of blooming, blossoming, ripening & abundance to sustain your heart during this time. Flower essences capture the essence of the energy and personality of the flower that you are working with. When you take in the flower essence you are inviting it to shift the subtle energies of your aura and energetic fields. These shifts are subtle and do take time to notice working at a spiritual/energetic level. This is not the same as taking herbal tinctures, for example.

 

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Flower Moon Lunar Cycle Report | New Moon in Taurus

New Moon in Taurus | Entering the Flower Moon Cycle

The moon turns new on April 22 or 23rd depending on your location. The moon joins the sun in the earthy sign of Taurus and we officially move into Taurus season! It also happens to be earth day on the same day! We have so much earth energy to work with as we enter into the Flower Moon Cycle!

Each New Moon using our Tune to the Moon Planners, our Spirit de la Lune deck and the current astrology, we write up the Moonthly Lunar Report to help us navigate the new cycle ahead.

New Moon in Taurus | Entering the Flower Moon Cycle

As an earth element, Taurus reminds us that patience and sometimes dirty work are important factors when it comes to growing anything. When you plant a seed, you must take daily steps to ensure its growth. Aside from water, sunlight and healthy soil, a seed needs trust and faith because much of the growth (like the moon right now) is hidden.

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Beyond Here, There Are Dragons – Part One: Puzzle Pieces

THE COURAGE TO TRUST YOUR INNER WISDOM — Good Witches Homestead

NEW CRESCENT MOON IN ARIES We have passed through the Dark Moon in Aries into the New Crescent Moon today. We passed through the Spring Equinox last week, which is the official start of the lunar year, and have moved into the New Moon in Aries which is the official start to the lunar year. […]

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New Moon in Aries Lunar Report | Entering the Planting Moon Cycle

 

This is our first new moon of the new season, and we are all in some new and uncharted territory with the current situation going on in the world right now! Many locations are under quarantine and lockdowns right now… It is easy to feel anxious around this situation, and we are being asked to stay indoors, this is also an opportunity to go within.

Now is the perfect time to meditate and visualize the outcome we are wanting to see.

The Planting Moon cycle is a time for planting seeds both literally and metaphorically. This new moon holds potent energy, so plant some intentions that are for your greater good and for the greater good of all!

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First Moon of Spring 2020

March Equinox Reading 2020

March is one huge deal of a month and truly the mark of some significant endings and beginnings taking place. The Equinox falls on the 19th as the Sun enters Aries and comes into a conjunction with Chiron, squaring the Nodes. This comet so named after the Greek centaur is a both a symbol of suffering and strength, where healing abilities coexist with a wound that must be endured, and perhaps, eventually dissolved.

Chiron in Aries indicates a kind of collective identity crisis is taking place and that as awareness of the issues at hand and what is behind them begins to grow, so does a collective sense of anger and uprising. And maybe that’s what needs to happen, in order to set some very twisted things straight on this planet. A conflict lies between self-preservation and greed, and this not only entails the masses but the power elite…

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Saturn in Aquarius 2020 – 2023

March Full Moon 2020: Catch the ‘Worm Moon’ and the first supermoon of the year on Monday | Space

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March full moon

How the “Worm Moon” got its name

According to the Ontario Native Literacy Project, the Ojibwe (or Anishinaabe) peoples called the full moon of March Ziissbaakdoke Giizas, or the Sugar Moon, as March is when the maple sap begins to run. The Cree called it the Mikisiwipisim, or the Eagle Moon.

The Haida of the Pacific Northwest calls the March full moon Xitgaás Kungáay, or “Noisy Goose Moon,” according to the Tlingit Moon and Tide Teaching Resource published by the University of Alaska at Fairbanks. A number of migratory species are endemic to the region.

In the Southern Hemisphere, March falls during late summer and early autumn, and the Māori of New Zealand described the lunar month in March to April (as measured between the successive new moons, with the full moon halfway between) as Paengha-whāwhā, which means “all straw is now stacked at the borders of the plantations,” according…

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