Waning Moon Half-lit in Aquarius07 May 2018, by moon&sky in
Greetings of the Waning Moon Half-lit (exact @ 1909 PDT) in Aquarius
— ground, release, realign, dream
There’s a mix of energies tossing about, now and upcoming. It feels a bit like walking on a beach on a windy day watching the waves chopped to white and being sprayed by the mists. Exhilarating, glorious, life-affirming, uncertain, surprising. A desire to fly into the winds; a desire to stay firm where you stand (Aqua Moon, Taurus Sun). And this is the challenge of the times: to be both down to earth, as well as open and adaptable. Expect the unexpected.
The waning Moon calls us to review, release, clear-away and prepare for the new Moon to come. With other significant shiftings upcoming (Mercury & Uranus>Taurus; Mars >Aquarius) the pull is even stronger. This is a time to do more than the day-to-day cleaning. It is a time to challenge our ways of thinking and doing. A time to look more deeply into the nooks and crannies for whatever thoughts, old scripts, beliefs and/or patterns inhibit creative, joyful, playful ways of Being (Pluto square Mercury).
Yes, the journey may challenge our confidence at times, especially when things get a bit foggy or uncertain, (Venus square Neptune) but there is potential now to discover new insights, and uncover new secrets and mysteries hidden inside (Pluto Square Mercury). We are supported with ease, warmth, positivity, and nurturance for this inquiry into the deeper aspects of life (Moon square Jupiter). Feel into a tender, nurturing embrace, discover a new center, and realign.
Waning Moon half-lit asks you to pause and
review again what you create and cause
Life Waters flow from you unto you
twisting and turning with your point of view
Shift perspective and look with wise eyes
Analyze, empathize and revise
Feel deep into Source and realign
with all that shines in the grand design
Nurture your Nature
with Love and Light
Wishing you insight-full discovery
and joy-full re-alignments this Moon
IMAGE NOTES. All compilations, art & photos by Fiona/WisdomWild unless otherwise noted
Main Image: Water-bearer: cut & modified from image by Jake Baddeley |