Waning Moon Half-Lit in Cancer12 Oct 2017, by moon&sky in
‘Tis waning Moon half-lit (exact @0525 PDT) in Cancer (into Leo soon)
Quest truth & inner harmony
Under waning Moon half-lit it is time to wrap up what was begun this cycle. Time to pause and reflect on what has been gifted and released. And there is much to consider in the shifting times.
The Sun is now just over half-way through Libra. Jupiter has spent just over a year in Libra and has now moved into Scorpio (as of Tues Oct10). Jupiter amplifies the energies of the sign it traverses. In Scorpio what is amplified is creativity, passion, getting to heart of a matter, and deep questing for truth. We now are called to bring all our Libra learning to bear on dancing the balance of light and shadow, of that which is there and that which is not, inside and out. This, the expressions of our transforming selves, and the making of form.
There’s some intensity in the skies (Mars square Saturn) that call for focus and determination in our work, but there is a softening as the week proceeds (esp. as Venus moves to Libra weekend). Flow with the increase in elemental Waters, and feel into the lightness of Air.
Tonight (@2341pdt) Moon moves from the loving flow of Cancer into the regal warmth and courage of Leo. Invite flowing warmth, confidence and faith to attend you in the deepening dark. Sift through the layers of you and quest for all you hold sacred. Take nourishment from this and your royal self care in the feminine deep.
Pause under waning Moon half lit
With self now deeply reconnect
Turn down any cacophony;
feel into inner harmony
Reflect on all that has been done
whether with ease or if hard won
Claim your gifts and the rest release
Time now to tune to inner peace
Enter the flow of the feminine deep
Nourish all that is sacred within your keep
Nurture your Nature
with Love and Light
May you be steeped in harmony & deeply nourished this waning Moon
IMAGE NOTES. All compilations, art/photos by WisdomWild/Fiona unless otherwise noted
Main Image: Nautilus Women cut & modified from image by Miriam Escofet believed to be from early 1900s