Sunday, April 2, 2017
The Mystic Power Moon: Intentions for the New Moon in Aries
Last night I led circle, and in circle we always draw from oracle cards as tools to help us set the most powerful intentions for the coming Lunar cycle. Of the Goddess cards, I drew Kuan Yin. She is the Chinese Goddess of Compassion. The message said, "Release judgments about yourself and others, and focus on the love and light within everyone"...sometimes this is so hard to do.
The second card I drew came from the Earth Magic oracle cards. I drew the card "Waterfall - Effortless"...this card reads...
"You have come to the edge of your comfort zone and find yourself fighting to resist moving past that perceived precipice of who you are, how you can be, or what you can do. Spirit is asking you to step beyond the edge and allow yourself to do so with ease rather than struggle. Yes, at times physical exertion is necessary, but when performed with fluidity and grace, even when the task seems daunting, you'll find that the movement moves you effortlessly..."
How often do we resist and struggle against change...even when that change is good...even when that change is so needed? The path ahead can be so very difficult, because we often end up doubting ourselves and doubting the good things that are trying to make their way into our lives. We often block ourselves from receiving the good that is trying to materialize. For me, the meaning of these cards are urging me to go with the flow and to trust Spirit while holding compassion for self and others...to suspend judgment and see the love and light within everyone, and to love unconditionally no matter what the circumstances appear to be. I am ready for this. So many beautiful things are depending on this in my life.
For this new moon cycle...this Mystic Power Moon...I will endeavor to place my faith in Spirit. I will powerfully endeavor to flow like the Waterfall with grace and not to struggle and resist against the beautiful things that are growing and taking place in my life. I will aspire to love unconditionally starting with myself, and to become my own truest love first so that I can be that truest love for others as well.