Wisdom Wild | 1stQ Moon in Leo


1stQ Moon in Leo

25 Apr 2015, by Fiona in moon&sky

150425_comp1_mergeCROP_x385Welcome 1st Q Moon (exact at 1655 pdt)  in Leo


The firstQ Moon is in Leo.  Sun, Mars and Mercury are in Taurus (fixed earth), and Mars trines Lilith in Virgo (earth)and Pluto in Capricorn (earth). And last week was Earth Week, centered around Earth Day! Wow! That’s a whole lot of Earth energy going on! Yum!


How purr-fect for all this under the half lit Moon calling us to pause and attend to balance. Draw on Earth energy to ground deeply and send roots wide to enhance stability. Feel the strength of the foundation under your feet.


Now move into the big hearted energy of Leo and into your own radiant heart. Look around, inside and out, and clear the space for the Heart-truth of you to shine. Stretch out cat-like and luxuriate in the warmth of the glow.


Both see and imagine the ways you are falling in love again and again with yourself and with Life. Love-in to your relationship with you and all that you love and tend, just like the Lionness and her cub.


For the wondrous Being you are,


Nurture your Nature
with Love and Light


Special notes for this time


For many, the pace, mood and felt-experience has been shifting often this past while. Imagine this as a fast-running tide. Play tag with it all like the Sandpiper :)




  •  Remember Pluto retrograde creates a field for releasing, empowering, aligning. Be watchful for patterns and the calls for change.
  • Connect and align with the Moon, feminine and changing, sometimes thin and sometimes full.
  • Pause often. Be still.
  • Eat lightly
  • And Dance! Dance to release, and to again and again, reclaim the center and joy of you!


Wishing All sweet pause, empowered balance, and love-filled tending, as you Nurture your Nature, WisdomWild
with Love and Light.


[IMAGE NOTES: Lions and Buffalo bull from pinterest. The Amarylis surprised me with a bud recently and has been slowing opening this last week. Wondering if it will be open at full Moon. |  Sandpipers from Flickr ]