An introspective New Moon is leading us by the hand to explore the deep waters that carry the currents of our memories, our hidden self, our power, our electricity.
In the very early degrees of Scorpio, On November the 18th the New Moon will coincide with its weakened low-point of debilitation making it very internalised and contemplative.
What comes up when we contemplate the innermost part of ourselves? What do we discover within us that is indestructible and persevering? Over the next few weeks we find ourselves assessing our capacity to face our fears, deal with our insecurities and check in with our hearts in order to recalibrate our path and cultivate inner security.
This is is a time filled potential, magic and healing as Scorpio takes the driver’s seat under the protective navigating star Vishaka.
The Nakshatra Vishaka is a star born of fire, determination and devotion. It makes us a one pointed, a skilled warrior in facing our darkest parts by bringing together our our divide through re discovering where we come from and assisting us to refine the strategy of our journey.
Scorpio is a deeply spiritual sign of transformation connected with the underworld, the invisible layers and darkest corners of ourself. As we enter Scorpio’s door we are exposed and vulnerable just like the trees who have lost their leaves- we are bare assessing our capacity to handle our fears, our jealousies and our grief. Our hidden pain, fears and shame that we have been holding onto will come to the surface for honest examination with complete honesty and converted into strength.
Spiritual fire always consumes illusion Vishaka is a great star to make lasting changes and as we take the leap and fly into the unknown we will see we already were we already there.
I send you love and luck
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Meditation Clearing the Emotions of the Past
To Begin Sit in an Easy Pose Sit with a straight spine and a light jalandhar bandh and repeat 3 times Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo before beginning the exercise.
Posture: Sit in Easy Pose with a straight spine.
Mudra: Place the hands at the center of the chest with the tips of the thumbs touching each other and each of the fingers touching the corresponding fingers on the opposite hand. Leave space between the palms. The fingertips are pointing upward.
Eye Focus: Look at the tip of the nose.
Breath: Breathe 4 times per minute: inhale 5 seconds, hold 5 seconds, exhale 5 seconds.
Time: Continue for 11 minutes or until you feel relief from the stress.
May the long time sunshine upon you all love surround you and the pure light within you guide your way on , Sat Nam