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Moon In Leo

Moon In Leo


Tonight is the lunar eclipse, Snow Moon and New Year comet (That won't be seen again until 2022) It is time to let go of the things that no longer serve you. An opportunity to let go of the aspects of yourself that you've outgrown. This is the time to facilitate inwards and make a spiritual change.

As a highly sensitive empath, I am finding the energy quite intense. A lot of "stuff" coming up, a lot of physical symptoms that tell me my body is detoxing some harsh energies. I've been finding a lot of comfort in journaling my thoughts lately. Here's a few things I intend to release. The things that no longer serve me, I am ready to release and make room for new opportunities and change!


  • Fear of change 
  • Searching externally for answers
  • Resisting Divine Will
  • Future tripping 
  • Worrying about money 
  • Clinging to things
  • The need for approval
  • Old beliefs that no longer serve me 

4 ways to "Let Go" During The Full Moon Lunar Eclipse:

1. Don’t ignore the “signs.”
In the light of the full moon eclipse, the veil between the spirit world and the living is thinner than ever. In the next couple days, boundaries can be blurred. You may experience coincidences, deja vu, vividly symbolic dreams, or strange “signs” like repeating numbers on the clock. There’s a message there, so follow the clues. 

2. Practice compassion and non-judgment.
Compassion is a huge and it’s one of the most healing forces on the planet. We can only experience compassion when we catch ourselves judging other people, and instead, try to step into their shoes. Easier said than done? Oh yeah. But judgments keep us divided, which leads to a deep sense of existential loneliness. That awakens compulsive, controlling behaviors, the ones that send us spiraling into unhappiness, addiction and manipulation. Who have you been judging in your life? Do an experiment, and try to view this person through a lens of compassion. What do you see? Where are they struggling? If you’ve been un-compassionate toward yourself, where could you be kinder?

3. Try free-writing or journaling.
This may seem like 101 advice, but it’s pretty amazing how quickly your inner voice can reach you when you just put pen to paper and let the s**t flow out. Dust off your diary or buy yourself a beautiful new one to rewire that pipeline to your soul.

4. Release suffering through forgiveness.
Forgiveness means release. Releasing judgments, grudges, pain and codependence. Releasing responsibility for fixing something that can’t be fixed, for changing what’s already happened. Forgiveness means radical acceptance of what IS. From there, we can ask: what can I do right now that would make a difference? Suffering comes from a refusal to accept a situation as it is. It’s different from grieving—when we suffer, we give up our power. We stay stuck in the past, helpless and victimized. When we grieve, we acknowledge our emotions, but we still stay empowered, present and able to act. What could YOU do today that would get you un-stuck from suffering?


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