Waxing Moon Half-Lit in Sagittarius29 Aug 2017, by moon&sky in
ground, intuit, integrate, act
Ah, the waxing half-lit Moon. A time to pause in between. A very welcome pause after the last few weeks of Earth-Sky activity. Moon in Sagittarius encourages us to expand our imaginings, our playfulness, and our confidence in Life’s flows. The eclipse energies are still rippling and making waves, but this week things are more quiet with no major aspects until week end.
It is time, still and again, for sweet grounding. Time to process and integrate what has come to the fore. Time to draw on the healing energies that are available (eclipse cleansing; Merc-R & Sun in Virgo; Chiron-R in Pisces). Time for purifying self-talk, and for feeding your wondrous Being with Love and self-care. Time for clarifying your visions, and mapping practical actions most aligned with your heart (Virgo helps with the practical actions; Merc-R and Sun both in Virgo empower the tasks of sifting, sorting, & discriminating; and Merc-R’s move into Leo on Thursday brings greater clarity).
Looking ahead, eclipse energies will continue to make waves and be activated now and then over the next several months. The first significant activation occurs on Sunday (Sep 3: Merc-R in Leo conjunct Mars in Leo trine Uranus in Aries). The energetic charges up the potential for new possibilities, greater clarity, new insights, empowered change, and liberating breakthroughs. I invite you to reflect on such potentialities. Watch for signs and let your senses, and your heart, be your guide to the awakenings.
Time to pause in the between
and reflect on all you have felt and seen
Time to ground and integrate
all the wonders you wish to radiate
Have faith and trust in all you know
it’s time to nourish what you wish to sow
Focus on what feels most right
Go forward now into the waxing Light
Nurture your Nature
with Love and Light
May your golden seeds burst forth
like arrows from Artemis’s bow
IMAGE NOTES. All compilations, art/photos by WisdomWild/Fiona unless otherwise noted
Main Image: Artemis cut & modified from photo of sculpture at UK National Education Network Gallery