In ancient times women went off to a tent or place of isolation with other women during their moon cycles. This meant that their normal chores and duties were carried out by others. They rested and we’re tended to. Food was brought to them. Their blood was collected and ceremoniously returned to the earth or used in other ceremonious ways.
The moon in this way, with its magnetic quality and its arrows is the compass of our lives. Learning to read it is helpful. It’s a multi- tool in our tool box that we need. A reflector of light, a magnet for a mate, and a compass showing us the direction in the night. Without it we would be lost, ungrounded. Like a balancing pendulum keeping our core from going too far in any one direction- it is the weight that pulls us back to center. The moon.
There is a deep shift being asked of each of us. We chose to be born at this time. Our souls are ready even if we are not conscious of it. We have the tools. We cannot do what we have always done. We must walk into the discomfort. We must be brave...
Even though I walk through the [sunless] valley of the shadow of death, I fear no evil, for You are with me; Your rod [to protect] and Your staff [to guide], they comfort and console me. - Psalm 23:4
Photo by Jessica Lewis on Pexels.com I'm sharing this because it was brought to my attention this week that my practical application of esoteric wisdom could be helpful to others. I was talking to Astrosopher, Brian Gray (amazing human being - you should check out his Youtube videos). I said, "I myself never, if I … Continue reading What I Learned from Wednesday
So as the moon approaches fullness and I notice the roundness each night becoming more and more semetrical - I wonder, what is the message of this full moon?