Happy New Moon in Aries moonbeams and also happy astrological new year. Aries kick starts a new zodiac cycle and we make the tricky transition from watery, feminine PIsces to fiery, masculine Aries. Pisces rules the feet and Aries rules the head so this sudden transition from feet to the head can leave us feeling ungrounded and hot headed. Add to that the fact that we now find ourselves in the middle of a global pandemic with many of us heading into weeks in lockdown, we may be feeling somewhat out of sorts.
The good news is that Aries is an action driven, independant, resilient, curious and resourceful sign. They are often referred to as the fire starter of the zodiac, they are the initiator - officially welcoming in Spring and with it the archetype of the Maiden. Aries is ruled by the planet Mars, the planet of strength, passion and the archetype of the warrior. This New Moon we have the opportunity to look to Aries for help building resilience in the face of adversity and tune into our inner warrioress. This global crisis is forcing us all to dig deep, face our fears and do some real spiritual work - we can use this time to create deep transformation. Fire has both the power to create and destroy and we are in a situation where we can see these dualities playing out in both human nature and mother nature herself. As the old way of being begins to crumble around us, we have the chance to ask ourselves what new world we wish to create together, like the phoenix rising from the ashes.
Aries are great at starting projects and they're happy to go their own way but they can have the tendency to have a short burning time. They can also be hot headed and attached to action rather than taking a step back to soften, intuit and listen. This is interesting to look at in relation to what's going on at the moment. Are you reacting immediately to every bit of news, every social media comment, every article being shared? Or are you having moments of time to just process everything? Do you feel like you need to have all the answers right now? It's so important that we make time to process our emotions in relation to the things that scare us, all around us we see people hustling to get everything online and ready to go so that things can carry on as normal - from business point of view this is completely understandable as people are worried about how to pay their bills etc. But, things are not normal, they are far from it and none of us know how long this situation will last. Balance the masculine energy of problem solving and productivity with the Divine feminine energy that allows some space to soften in between things, that little bit of space and time where we allow our self to feel and to check-in with our self and those around us.
Instead being in a hurry to put a positive spin on something or to busy yourself with stuff, allow yourself time to feel all that you feel. Cry, be frustrated, journal about what scares you, allow it to flow through you with grace and non-judgement. Emotions are our best teachers, we can learn so much about our self by bearing witness to our feelings, it doens't mean we allow them to take over but we do let them come in and we listen to them. Chances are, once we've had a nice calm chat with them they probably won't feel as overwhelming and they won't be getting stored up in the body as repressed energy.
Rather than wanting things to go back to normal, we have the opportunity to recognise that normal wasn't working, this fast paced, consumerist way of living is hurting both ourselves and mother earth. This is a chance to change, to build something new. Already we are seeing remarkable changes in the environment due to the reduction in human impact - air quality in China is improving and the smog is clearing, the water quality in Venice is improving and has welcomed back Dolphins and people are beginning to embrace a slower pace of living.
Working with our shadows
This New Moon is also conjunct with the planet Chiron, the Wounded Healer. Chiron is all about our wounds and our shadows and in every hero's story, part of the journey involves facing up to fears and healing past wounds and hurts. Whatever is being triggered in you right now is providing you with the opportunity to heal a part of yourself. Ask yourself, what is hurting? What does that wounded part of yourself need to feel safe, secure and loved? If we don't want our buttons to get pushed, we need to get rid of the buttons, only we can do that work. We are being called right now to go within, receive all the incredible downloads and come out the other side of this upgraded. If you keep finding yourself in similar situations with similar characters, it's likely we haven't learned what we are here to learn yet and we will remain in the Karmic loop until we can free ourselves from wounded patterning.
Can you notice any patterns playing out in your life? What do you think you need to learn?
Aries can sometimes get a bad rep for being selfish, and though this may be an aspect of Aries' shadow side it's actually a part of their archetype that can be really helpful to work with. Instead of viewing them as selfish, view them instead of just having the level of self love and self respect that means they take good care of themselves whilst at the same time taking care of others. A healthy solar plexus after all is neither disempowered -where we view ourselves as beneath others, nor is it over powering where we view others beneath us - it's EMPOWERED! This means there is equal respect, love and care for others and our self. Aries helps us to make time for our own needs and wishes which means we end up with more to offer the world around us. How is your relationship with yourself? Do listen to your needs? Do you feel nourished?
As we mentioned, Aries is the start of a new astrological cycle, look back on the last 12 months and reflect on your experiences. Have you changed? How have you changed? What do you want from the next 12 months? How have recent events changed what you want? Grab a cuppa and read through your journal entries from the last 12 months and reflect on your journey.
- What needs to be burned away to make space for new things to grow?
- What are you passionate about? What do you long to create?
- How could you work with the fire element over the next month?
- In relation to your Solar plexus - do you feel empowered or disempowered? What do you need to feel empowered?
- Does your love and compassion include yourself?
- What kind of fire burns within you? Fire that sustains, fire that is smothered or fire that consumes? How could you create a more balanced and long lasting fire?
-Aries is a sign of action, where are you lacking action and motivation? Where are you delaying action and why? How could you move past this?
- On the flip side, do you balance action with time for rest and reflection or are you permanently on the go?
-Aries is also about our relationship with our self, how do you feel about spending time alone?
Aries & Aromatherapy
Think happy, joyful and empowering essential oils for working with Aries such as Mandarin. Mandarin really resonates with our inner child and has the ability to be both uplifting and calming. This works really well with Chamomile for helping with stress and sleep or you can blend it with something more spiritual like Myrrh or Frankincense.
SOLAR PLEXUS BLEND
If you feel like your Solar Plexus Chakra is in need of balancing this is a lovely blend to use either in a diffuser or as a body oil:
Mandarin 2 drops
Bergamot 2 drops
Frankincense 1 drop
Lemon 1 drop
Now is a great time to call upon fire Goddesses and Goddesses of transformation such as Kali, Durga, Lilith, Brigid, Pele, Eos, Bast and the Morrigan. Set up an altar or a place on your altar for one or a few Goddesses, just seeing them there each day will help you to draw strength, guidance and power from them. You may even like to do a daily meditation with them or even a mantra practice. Durga's mantra is incredibly powerful for protection: OM DUM DURGAYEI NAMAHA
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Dear ones, this Friday the Wheel of the Year turns again with Ostara, Spring Equinox. Spring Equinox is the midpoint between Imbolc and Beltane, it's the second of the three Spring Festivals and is a balance point where we once again we have equal light and dark like we did at Autumn Equinox. This time of year is known as Ostara, Alban Eilir, Esotre and of course Easter which happens in a few weeks. From this point onwards we will see an increase in light and warmth, the days grow longer and flowers begin to spring up all around us.
Ostara is usually a time for celebration, a time to welcome the chance to get outdoors, start socializing again after the winter months and begin to plan our activities for the Spring & Summer months. We book holidays, decide which music festivals to go to and start to think about taking our summer clothes out of storage. However, we are writing this blog during a worldwide Pandemic of COVID-19 and are, across the globe, being asked to stay at home and social distance. So, Spring Equinox this year feels a little different but there's one thing we've come to learn and that's connecting to nature, whether we can be outside interacting with it or not, is incredibly beneficial. One lesson we can really connect with at Equinox this year is the opportunity to pause, slow down and reflect. So often in life we are too busy to really look within and reflect on our life, who we are and where we're headed. We now have an unknown amount of time ahead of us to slow down and look at our lives on a personal and collective level and feel like when it's time to be back out in the world again, we will all have had an upgrade. Spring is all about new beginnings, fresh perspectives and community. These things are so relevant right now as we are working out new ways to live, new ways to stay connected and new ways to do our work.
A key word associated with this time of year is RENEWAL, we can think about the fact that whilst so many countries are on lockdown and so much travel is being suspended that our precious mother earth is getting a chance to heal. At the moment we are being asked to social distance to give the medical system the best chance to cope, it feels like mother earth has done the same thing for herself - given herself a chance to heal and renew for a little while so that she too has the best chance of recovering from the virus of pollution and mass consumption. This time out will hopefully help us all reevaluate our priorities and the impact we are all having on the planet. We could emerge from this with renewed compassion, understanding and gratitude.
Keywords associated with Spring Equinox: Balance, Blossoming, Renewal, Inspiration, Abundance, Expression, Change, Creativity, Fertility, Rebirth.
“You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep Spring from coming.”
― Pablo Neruda
In this blog post we will be sharing some Ostara recipes, rituals, self care practices and Spring Goddesses who will help to guide you through this difficult time.
Celebrating Ostara in the home
A lovely part of celebrating the Wheel of the Year is that it opens up the possibilities of decorating the house at other times of the year, not just Christmas. A plain wreath base can be used over and over again for the changing seasons. People also have a tree that stays up all year round either indoors and outdoors that they decorate for each of the wheel of the year celebrations, fairy light trees can be particularly nice for this or bringing in large twigs, painting them and placing them in vases to hang decorations off. You can create an Ostara wreath using your recycled wreath base, or one that you've made from twigs that you've collected on your walks, and you can use real or artificial flowers to form your base as well as any embellishments that you represent Spring to you. Many wreaths contain eggs and images of hares but it's lovely to make it personal to you.
Spring bunting is also a lovely way to brighten up your indoor space and lift the spirits. Try making your own bunting out of old clothes or scrap bits of fabric, you could applique spring images with felt and embroidery thread. Spring is associated with the AIR element so a really important time to open the windows and get some fresh air in, this couldn't be more important at a time where we are stuck inside. Get into the habit of regularly cleansing your space using either essential oils via a diffuser or herbs such as sage. Bring nature indoors as much as possible with the resources you have at your disposal. White or pastel coloured candles can be a lovely addition to bring into the home at this time.
In the book The Inner Beauty Bible the author talks about the Navajo Indian concept called the Beauty Way which is a philosophy of constantly connecting to the beauty within and around you. This is the Beauty Way blessing prayer:
Shil hózhó - with me there is beauty
Shii' hózhó - in me there is beauty
Shaa hózhó - from me there is beauty
In your journal write these sentences down with enough space underneath to write.
With me there is beauty Sit and take a few deep breaths, feel grounded and present and then ask yourself, in this moment, right now, what is the beauty around you?
In me there is beauty Again, sit and breathe with your eyes closed and ask yourself what right now is the beauty within you? Can you feel your heart, can you connect with your recent kind actions, how well you're coping with things right now. Right down the things that you are proud of at the moment.
From me there is beauty Ask yourself what beauty you can share out into the world at this difficult time.
Spring is a time for fresh perspective and we are being asked to see things in a different way, our routines are being turned upside down and things change on a daily basis. Thinking about the air element of Spring, ask yourself how you are being asked to change at the moment? Are you resisting this change? How would it feel to lean into this change?
Equinox asks us to look at both the light and the dark. It invites us to look not just at what we want to welcome in and create, what light we want to shine but it also asks us to look at our shadows. During these uncertain times we are being forced to look at our shadows, our triggers, our fears and our old wounds. We might be in a hurry at the moment to push these down or move them to the side but this pause we experience at Equinox invites us to sit with our shadows. To be truly present with what makes us uncomfortable and to sit down and listen to this part of ourselves. Ask yourself, at the moment what are your fears?
Are these fears something you have carried with you for some time?
Where do these fears come from? Are they passed on to you from others? Are they from childhood or adulthood? Which of you wounds is seeking attention at the moment?
Place your hands on your heart, take some deep breaths and ask your heart "Dear heart, what do you need?" write down the answers to this question
What is blossoming in your life at the moment? Where do you feel your energy needs to be directed to at the moment in order to help the important things in your life grow? Where are you leaking energy right now?
Goddesses of Spring
At times when we are dealing with a lot of fear, anxiety and uncertainty, it's a beautiful practice to connect with the divine via the Goddess. Goddesses of Spring are usually sovereign Maiden Goddesses and again this is a really relevant theme as we may well be spending a lot of time on our own over the next few weeks/months. Now's the time to embody your maiden energy.
Here are some Goddesses of Spring that you can work with over the next few weeks. A fun project could be to choose a Goddess and research/read about her and then make either a vision board, a bujo spread, or a painting of her.
Eostre is the anglo saxon Goddess of Spring and she is where we get the word Easter from! She is associated with the moon, women's menses, spring time and the Hare. She is a Maiden Goddess of fertility, renewal and rebirth and is a wonderful Goddess to work with if you're wanting to birth new creations and projects or are struggling with change and transition.
Eos is the Greek Goddess of the Dawn. In her Roman aspect she is called Aurora and she is sister to Helios, the Sun god and Selene the Moon Goddess. She is often depicted with wings and rosey fingertips, she is the bringer of the light of a new day and dispenses the morning dew. She represents hope and rejuvenation, the dawning of a new day. Call on for strength and hope in times of uncertainty and fear and she will come to your aid with her beams of dawn light. She is associated with Saffron and Roses.
Queen of Elphame
The Queen of the Elphame is a Scottish shapeshifting Goddess and is Queen of the Fae. She is thought to be the maiden aspect of Nicnevin who is associated with the Autumn Equinox when she appears in her crone aspect. In her maiden aspect she is associated with Magic, healing and childbirth.
Freya is a Norse Maiden Goddess associated with love, beauty, prosperity and fertility. She is also associated with War and cares for half of those who fall in battle, the other are cared for by Odin. She has a magical feathered cloak with healing properties, a lovely visualisation at the moment would be to imagine Freya wrapping you in her feathered cloak and receive her care and love.
Blodewedd is a Welsh Spring Goddess who's name can be translated to mean either Flower Face or Owl. She represents the earth in full bloom and according to folklore she herself is made from the healing flowers of the Oak tree. She is a goddess of Spring, abundance and healing and is linked with Lunar mysteries as well as maiden initiations. She represents the untamed aspect of both nature and the wild feminine, as well as the transition between disempowered maiden to empowered queen - think Wild Woman Archetype. She is associated with Geranium and Meadowsweet.
Soothing Spring time Aromatherapy
Essential oils can bring such comfort during times of emotional distress and not only do floral scents help us to connect with the season of spring but they also bring us in to our heart space. The ability to drop from head to heart is so needed right now. Some beautiful oils to use at the moment are Geranium, Lavender, Rose, Bergamot, Palmarosa, Jasmine and Ylang Ylang. Here are a few blends that you might find helpful, you could either add these to your diffuser or add to a few drops of base oil or into a bath:
Bergamot, Ylang Ylang, Rose & Jasmine
Mandarin, Bergamot & Jasmine
Geranium & Bergamot
Frankincense and Rose
Lavender, Chamomile and Mandarin
Cypress and Lavender
Spring is a time for creativity and with the prospect of having a lot of time stuck in doors it's a great time to try your hand at different crafts. Painting eggs at Ostara and Easter is a wonderful tradition and one that you can involve the whole family in. You can use either real eggs or make your own papier mache eggs. Here's a link for making your own papier mache: https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/howto/guide/how-make-paper-mache
Painting in general is really great for awakening your creativity but is also a great way to create calm and soothe anxiety. Painting classes are popping up all over the place with it's link to mindfulness and helping to beat stress. There are loads of free watercolour tutorials on youtube so why not set aside some time to play with paint and again it's a wonderful activity to do with kids.
Creating a Spring Altar
Now more than ever, it's so important to have a space in your home dedicated to peace. Somewhere you can come to each day, to sit and be still and connect to images of beauty and inspiration that help you to stay connected to the divine. An altar can be a wonderful addition to this space and the fun thing with altars is you can change them as often as you like. You can have altars for each new moon, for each season or even for a particular Goddess or you can join all of these things together.
To create a Spring altar in your home, gather things that represent nature, hope, rejuvenation and abundance. Pastel colours are often used at this time of year but it's best to be guided by your intuition and connect more with what this time of year means to you. It's a lovely practice to bring home things that you have found whilst out on walks in nature, like stones, feathers, flowers (that have fallen naturally to the ground) twigs, anything that speaks to you.
For some inspiration, here's our Ostara pinterest board:
Hello dear ones! We hope you have been doing ok during Mercury Retrograde in Pisces, we know it's been a rough ride for most. So, you'll be pleased to know that Mercury goes direct on Tuesday (phew) but do remember that a few days after Mercury goes direct we have a bit of a retrograde hangover so be prepared for there to be some lingering weird energy. We have a full moon on Monday 9th March in the beautiful grounded earth sign of Virgo and we can welcome in the Maiden energy of both Virgo and the beginning of spring (Spring Equinox is coming up on March 20th). It's also International Women's day on Sunday 8th of March so a wonderful time to celebrate the divine feminine! Virgo is actually ruled by Mercury, the planet of elevated thought, communication and travel and Virgo's symbol is the Maiden or Virgin and is often depicted as a maiden goddess carrying a sheaf of wheat (representing the harvest season but also the gathering of wisdom) - so again, we can turn our attention to thinking about the wisdom we have gathered over the wisdom and how to integrate that into the fresh energy of Spring. We can also use this gathering of wisdom in relation to our experiences during Mercury Retrograde, it's likely that over the last few weeks we have had difficult emotions and baggage churned up and old karmic patterns resurfacing. We could just breathe a sigh of relief that it's all over in a few days or we could spend some time sitting with the pain and discomfort of what's been illuminated.
This is really what full moons are about, we use the light of each full moon to shine awareness on our inner darkness. We ask, what is hurting that needs to be healed? What do I need to let go of in order to move forward? What wisdom lies in my suffering? The Virgo energy invites us to see our pain as a teacher. As Buddha said 'Suffering has many good qualities' - it shows us what we have left to master.
So for this upcoming full moon, we will have the sun in the water sign of Pisces (read our previous blog about Pisces if you missed it) and then the moon in Virgo. Pisces as we spoke about before is a deeply spiritual sign and enjoys spending time swimming in the depths of the unconscious - their shadow side can be favouring the spirit world over being grounded in reality and connecting to others, they are sometimes described as being aloof or unable to cope with the realities of day to day life. Virgo is also a spiritual sign but their Earth element gives them the ability to embody their spirituality here on earth whilst being present. This Virgo full moon can help us to balance these parts of ourselves - the ability to journey to our soul world but also the ability to embody what we've learned from our time in the soul world with our feet firmly on the ground. Virgo full moon asks us how can we balance the Spiritual with the practical? How are we showing up for our spiritual life? How can we integrate our connection with the divine into every day? In your journal, write a list of ways that you can create spiritual habits, simple ways that you can connect to the Divine every day. Do you have an altar space? If not, is this something you could set up?
If you've felt a little bit dreamy or away with the fairies this Pisces season then use this full moon to arrive back in your body. Get a massage, have a bath, move, dance or so Yoga. Go outside and connect to nature, disconnect from technology for a little while and feel your feet on the earth.
Virgo rules the gut and because of this they have very good instincts and are deeply guided by their intuition, this is also a big part of the Pisces energy. We looked at this during the New Moon in Pisces but we can continue to ask, how often do we allow ourselves to be guided by our intuition and gut feelings? Or do we allow our rational mind to take over? An interesting journaling practice is to ask yourself about two situations from your past, one where you followed your intuition and one where you ignored it. Where did these situations lead you? How did it feel in both instances? How did it feel to ignore your gut and how did it feel to follow your deep inner knowing? Intuition is a powerful aspect of the divine feminine - awakening, trusting and being guided by your intuition is a powerful way to awaken your Maiden sovereign energy. The archetype of the Virgin and the Maiden is very much to do with the idea of being sovereign - being self assured, self reliant and deeply connected to our wisdom and intuition. Do you trust yourself? Do your trust where you're being guided to go? Or are you resisting?
Virgo is ruled by the 6th Astrological House of Healing & Health and with Spring just around the corner, now is a great to start thinking about gently cleansing and detoxifying the body after the winter months. Virgo rules the harvest - the picking and sorting of crops - it has an affinity with healing herbs and the archetype of the healer, so now is a wonderful time to go out foraging for herbs that can assist you with detoxing. Nettle and Dandelion are wonderful at this time of year. Ground Dandelion is a wonderful alternative to coffee and makes a lovely Latte.
Nettle & Peppermint Tea
Simply mix looseleaf dried peppermint and nettle leaves to boiling water and leave to steep for a few minutes, drink and enjoy. Nettle is a diuretic so just be sure to drink a lot of water alongside it.
Virgo Tummy Oil
Some essential oils associated with Virgo are Marjoram, Myrrh, Frankincense, Bergamot, Valerian and Thyme. Here's a recipe for a balancing tummy oil:
25ml base oil of your choice
5 drops Bergamot
2 drops Myrrh
2 drops Frankincense
3 drops Marjoram
(not suitable for pregnancy, breastfeeding or if going out in the sun directly after using).
Rub the oil on your tummy in circular motions, from right to left.
Cleanse your space
With all the weird energy in the air at the moment it's really important to regularly cleanse your space. You could do this by burning herbs such as Sage or Rosemary or you could create your own aromatherapy room mist using Sage, Juniper Berry and Lemon essential oil in water with a bit of alcohol. Like we did at Imbolc, light white candles in your home and call on the Goddess Brigid for protection and guidance. She is a wonderful Maiden Spring Goddess to work with.
Re-charge and Cleanse your Crystals
Sometimes our crystals get tired and lack lustre, even if we've been regularly bathing them in moon light and water. Sometimes, they just need a bit of timeout back in the earth. If you feel like your crystals are in need of a deep re-charge, bury them in the soil for 24 hours and then dig them back up and wash them in water. Then place them under the full moon to charge them up.
Movement as Medicine
This is a lovely time of year to start gently cleansing your body with movement. Yoga sequences that focus on gentle twists and flowing movements can be a really nice way to remove stale energy out of the body. There are also some simple Pranayama practices to help with gentle cleansing too such as alternate nostril breathing and Kapalabhati.
Another key theme associated with Virgo is healthy habits. With Virgo's love of being organised and healthy and winter beginning to recede, now is a great time to check-in with our daily habits and start to make tweaks to honour the change of the seasons. We can ask ourselves if our current daily habits are leading us where we want to go? Are we choosing things that make us feel good, well and balanced or are we relying on quick fixes and instant gratification? What would it feel like to add in new routines to our day now the days are getting brighter and longer? Perhaps a little bit of yoga first thing in the morning or a few minutes of meditation? Perhaps we could add in a new bedtime ritual of tv and phone free time and a calming practice like Yoga Nidra. How are we supporting our body at the moment? How are we caring for ourselves? Here are some suggestions for new daily habits:
Start the day with Honey & Lemon Water
During the winter months it's really easy to get into the habit of relying heavily on caffeine to get us going in the morning. This simple concoction of lemon and honey in hot water first thing in the morning is a lovely Ayurvedic way to start the day.
Wake up Slow Porridge
Another habit that's easy to fall into is not giving ourselves enough time to have a nourishing breakfast. A hearty and healthy breakfast can set us up really well for the day and help us to balance our blood sugar levels and not crave so much sugar and caffeine throughout the rest of day. As the weather is still a bit on the chilly side, a bowl of porridge can be a really comforting and grounding start to the day. Try adding spiced apples and toasted seeds. To do this:
Slice a couple of apples and then fry them in a pan with a tablespoon of coconut oil, a tablespoon of maple syrup and sprinkle them with a teaspoon of cinnamon. Fry for a couple of minutes until they turn golden. Add in to your porridge and then add a mixture of seeds to your frying pan and toast them for a few minutes until they go golden brown. Drizzle some maple syrup and a sprinkling of chia seeds, sit down and eat mindfully :)
Do you find yourself continuously hitting the snooze button on your alarm and then leaping out of bed in a flurry to get ready and go? Take a moment to think about what animals do when they wake up from a nap, they spend some time stretching and moving their spine in lots of directions before the head off. Doing the same thing can work wonders for our body, our joints and in particular our fascia. Spend a few minutes before you get up rotating your wrists and ankles, hugging your knees into your chest and rocking from side to side and then when you do get out of bed, gently place your feet on the floor and take a full body stretch, reaching your arms up to the ceiling. Take some hip circles and a few rotations of your shoulders and then spend a moment connecting your feet to the earth beneath you. Take a few deep breaths and then go about your day :)
Working with the Maiden energy
We will be calling in the energy of the Maiden further with the upcoming New Moon in Aries and Spring Equinox but for now start turning your mind to this Maiden energy. Think about the energy of Spring, all the energy of mother earth at the moment is being channeled into growth and nourishing seeds and new buds. It's a time for being curious about everything, of being open to wonder and new possibilities. Maiden energy is playful, creative, expressive and initiating. This full moon, pull out your journal and read about all the things you journalled about and moodboarded about over the winter months. The Maiden energy is all about bringing these goals and intentions out in to the world. It's about being seen. What can you put in place to begin manifesting your goals for the year? This could be another powerful time to moodboard - use the intuitive energy of both Pisces and Virgo to get a clear vision of where you're headed and how you're going to get there. Again, balance the ability of Pisces to dream and wonder with the organised and practical energy of Virgo...Virgos and Maidens know how to get shit done :) Make lists, create new pages and spreads in your bullet journal, create a plan of action! When Mercury goes direct, things can start moving forward again, what would you like that to look like?
We really hope you've enjoyed this blog post. We will be back soon for more lunar self care.
Take care moonbeams x
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