On Tuesday, January 20th 2015, we have a new moon that is also a supermoon. A super moon is a full moon or a new moon at the time when the moon is closest possible to the earth on its elliptical orbit. Thus seen from the earth the moon appears extra big. According to the Astrologer Kelley Rosario “this makes it super potent”.
In new moon, sun and moon are aligned in the same zodiac sign, which is thus very intense in that time. The new moon is a good time to set intentions for things you’d like to create or manifest. According to Astrology About, “new moons are a blank page on which to speak your dreams out loud, and full moons are for taking action and celebrating the fruit of your efforts”:
Can you learn to trust the dark? It’s the moment when the old passes away and the new is not yet here. That’s why it’s a powerful time for sending out your prayer, wishes, desires to the Universe. (Astrology About).
The new moon is the pause between two breaths, the gap between the old that vanishes and the new that yet has to come. There is a high degree of uncertainty. It’s a vacuum, a tabula rasa, a new beginning. And it’s a great time to start a saddhana!
The zodiac sign in which the luminaries will aline tomorrow is Aquarius. Aquarius stands for the tendency to prioritize your ideals and the aspects of freedom and individuality:
The Aquarius Super Moon is at zero degrees. This energy represents new beginnings. You are getting a fresh start wherever Aquarius lands in your natal birth chart. You can expect the unexpected. You may take risks that surprise others who know you. All things are possible for you now when you trust your instincts. Lead by your intuition. Liberate your mind first and your freedom will follow. Aquarius reminds you to follow the beat of your own drum. Be unique. Be original. Be who you really are. Today is the first day of your life. (Kelley Rosano).
So I wish you a fresh start and happy manifesting, all of you out there! May the intentions you set come true and create something abundant and beautiful!
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