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The Full Moon on the 28th October sees a lunar eclipse in Aries in the nakshatra of Ashwini, ruled...
As the Moon moves through the final degrees of Pisces in the Nakshatra of Uttara Bhadrapada, we come to the end of a chapter in our lives and prepare to shed what no longer serves. Out with the old system, pattern, habit and in with the new, improved way of doing things. This is a positive time for blessings to arrive in your personal life and synchronicities and chance events can occur based on you good deeds to date which can give you a sense of elevation to a higher plane of existence.
New Moon Forecast: The New Moon in Leo in the Nakshatra of Uttara Phalguni is on the 15th September at 2:39am.
This follows a transformative and at times deeply challenging period akin to unwrapping the layers of the onion that defines our reality, sloughing off what no longer serves to reveal the sweetness at the core of our true nature. This is the point where we begin a new chapter in soulful development, having released some of the trappings of our earthly entanglements. This nakshatra is ruled by the Sun, which is in a very strong position in this part of Leo, despite the cold gaze of Saturn. Likely impacts of this New Moon will be felt in the areas of children, creativity, learning, our passions and perhaps even romance. Fortunately, at the same time, Mercury is going direct facilitating clear and rational communication of our needs and desires.
The forthcoming Super “Blue” full Moon on 31st August at 2:35am aligns with Shatabishak, the star of a hundred healers in Aquarius. For more #vedicastrology see instagram.com/sligowarrioryoga/ www.warrioryogasligo.com
Mercury’s gone retrograde folks!
The New Moon on the 16th August 2023 at 10:38am aligns with the mystical nakshatra(star) of Ashlesha, also known as the clinging star, in a state of Gandanta, a portal of sorts, which supports the release of karmic knots with the ultimate aim of growth and transformation. This is an opportunity to harness the energy from the profound and ancient wisdom of the Nagas or serpents, which are revered and typically symbolised coiling up the shaft of a sword. These serpents have the capacity for great healing or poison as they embrace the sharp edge of life.