The Full Moon before the Winter Solstice provides us with a window of opportunity to access and ride the energetic changes that occur with the earth’s magnetic field leading up to the solstice. These energies are transformative and healing according to the ancient yogic sciences.
This Moon is the harmonizing point of last months New Moon, its grounded and agile enabling us to move through the polarity of time and space with persistence, consistence and grace.
It is exalted in the home of Taurus that will energize us with the assistance of its escort the Nakshatra Rohini combined it helps us to enter the present moment with peace.
We are continuing to break out of old, limiting patterns—observing where childhood wounds rear their heads in our actions, non-actions and in our relationships. Ultimately, we are healing ourselves so we can be more available for love, success with ease and with open hearts.
Our primary job through the end of the year is to find our center. In this, we can stabilize our minds in the midst of great transition and purging we have been going through since the summer and intergrade the lessons learned.
What ever your working on the time is now, we handle what comes to us far better when we work for it rather than when it is thrusted upon us. We are not taught to contain energy in modern times this we need to cultivate and when you do you be come a light house.
It is very brave to live your life tenderly, and with openness and to be a sensory human. This takes a lot of strength and courage.
We about to enter the cycle of 11 in 2018 a cycle of the sound current, the power of the word, the power of prayer, the resonance of the word. Use the light of the Moon to purify and illuminate what has not been clear. Clear out and make space for the new to come in. Make it a love story with yourself and the cosmos; remember God wants to love someone too.
There are many forces on the planet that are very interested in your preferring your emotions and own fears rather than the simple truth of the greatest power of you and your mind. “If you can’t learn, you can’t love.” – Yogi Bhajan
I send you lots of Love and Luck
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Meditation for the Full Moon
To Begin Sit in an Easy Pose Sit with a straight spine and repeat 3 times Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo before beginning the exercise.
Posture: Sit in easy pose with your spine straight.
Mudra: Bend your elbows so that your hands are comfortably in front of you at approximately shoulder height.
Har Har Har Har Gobinday God the Sustainer
Har Har Har Har Mukhanday God the Liberator
Har Har Har Har Udaray God the Enlightener
Har Har Har Har Aparay God the Infinite
Har Har Har Har Hariang God the Destroyer of Evil
Har Har Har Har Kariang God the Creator
Har Har Har Har Nirnamay God the Nameless
Har Har Har Har Akamay God the Desireless
Each time you chant "Har," quickly open and close your hands as you pull the navel point in and up. Repeat these actions each time you chant "Har."
Time: Continue for 11 minutes or 31 minutes.
Consciously use your tongue to create the sounds. Pronounce the ‘a' in "Har" as ‘u’ in "hug." The ‘r’ is produced in a special way using just the tip of the tongue to touch the roof of the mouth (just behind the front teeth).
"This mantra brings prosperity, and happiness, and saves us from calamities. It is a sound current, which brings a shield and brings good luck and removes discomfort and disease. It is the key to the doorway of self-elevation."
May the long time sunshine upon you all love surround you and the pure light within you guide your way on, Sat Nam