Moon Dark-New in Scorpio18 Nov 2017, by moon&sky in
renewal, transformation, rebirth
We are well steeped in the Waters this dark Moon. We are called to dive deep, deep, deep into feelings and longings. Called to access what is buried; ignite our passion; and honor our Soul wisdom. This is a call for healing, renewal and transformation, and it is amplified by several other planets also in Scorpio (6 planets in Water signs; 4 in Scorpio) Alchemical power is indeed strongly activated.
Although this is the beginning of a cycle, right now it is time to do less and Be more. It is time to pause, connect deeply to sacred source, and listen. Truly time to release whatever disempowers. Time for courage and compassion (Scorpio and Chiron). Time to remember and presence the ancient wisdom within us and Earth. Time to honor our innate power (Mars-Pluto square). Time to reawaken dreams and intentions born out of our hearts and the unknown.
Yes, there is emotional depth and intensity to these times but ~7 hours after Moon dark exact, Moon will move into Sagittarius and in ~ 3 days Sun will also move into Sagittarius. The call for transformation and rebirth continues but the atmosphere becomes a bit lighter and the Archer helps guide our aim.
Whatever may appear to challenge or trigger, focus on revealing the inherent gifts and keep the transformational energy flowing. Release fears and reclaim self-love and self-esteem. Nurture the dreams planted in your heart. Imagine your Spirit essence coming into form. It is time to be newly reborn.
Immerse yourself in deepest feeling
open to a most profound healing
Through the layers, deep, deep, deep
awaken what has laid asleep
Make conscious what sits in shadow
Let go, and set your gems aglow
Bring your Spirit essence into form
Time to be radiantly reborn
Nurture your Nature
with Love and Light
Wishing you sweet transforming and radiant rebirth this Moon
IMAGE NOTES. All compilations, art/photos by WisdomWild/Fiona unless otherwise noted
Main Image: Painted Egg: made for me by Alan Johnson 1984 | Artemis: 5thC Museum of Fine Arts Boston |