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Harnessing the Phases of the Moon: A Spiritual Guide

The moon, with its captivating beauty and celestial presence, has held significance in various cultures throughout history.


Beyond its luminous charm, the moon undergoes distinct phases, each carrying its own unique energy and symbolism.


There is a moon inside every human being. Learn to be companions with it. - Rumi


In this blog post, I will explain the different phases of the moon, how to use them to your advantage, and dispel the misconception that they are related to evil divinity.


Trash culture has associated the beautiful moon with witchcraft. Pop-culture portrays in scary movies, Disney cartoons, and even in religious subcultures that the moon must be associated with hocus-pocus-trash.



Like all things, the reality is there are evil wicked humans who roam the earth that do abuse and use divination in harmful forms to harm others, abuse their power, and cause chaos with wicked deeds that God doesn't approve of.


Therefore, educating yourself on the moon cycles and what they mean can bring awareness to how we as humans already follow the phases of the moon naturally and biologically.


1. The Phases of the Moon:


The moon's phases are a result of its position in relation to the sun and the Earth.


It goes through eight distinct phases: New Moon, Waxing Crescent, First Quarter, Waxing Gibbous, Full Moon, Waning Gibbous, Third Quarter, and Waning Crescent. Understanding these phases can help us align with the moon's energy and enhance our spiritual practices.



2. Utilizing the Moon Phases:


a) New Moon: Symbolizing new beginnings, the New Moon is an ideal time for setting intentions and initiating new projects.


b) Waxing Crescent to Waxing Gibbous: As the moon grows in size, so does its energy. This phase is excellent for manifestation, growth, and gathering momentum.


c) Full Moon: The Full Moon represents illumination and culmination. It is a time for celebration, gratitude, and release of what no longer serves us.


d) Waning Gibbous to Waning Crescent: As the moon wanes, it encourages introspection, letting go, and self-reflection. It is a period for releasing negativity and decluttering our lives.


3. Spiritual Significance:


The moon's connection to spirituality spans across cultures and belief systems. It has been associated with feminine energy, intuition, and the deeper aspects of the human psyche. Rather than being linked to evil divinity, the moon's phases offer opportunities for self-discovery, growth, and transformation.


4. Incorporating Moon Phases into Your Spiritual Practice:


a) Lunar Rituals: Create personalized rituals aligned with each moon phase. These can involve meditation, journaling, intention-setting, or connecting with nature.


b) Energy Alignment: Tune into the energy of each moon phase and adjust your activities accordingly. Utilize the waxing moon for action-oriented tasks and the waning moon for introspection and letting go.


c) Lunar Calendar: Keep track of the moon phases with a lunar calendar or smartphone app. This will enable you to plan and prepare for the energy shifts throughout the month.


5. Embracing the Moon's Wisdom:


By embracing the moon's wisdom, we tap into the vast potential for growth and self-awareness. Remember, the moon's phases are not inherently good or evil; they are simply reflections of natural cycles. Approach them with an open mind and allow the moon's energy to guide and support your spiritual journey.



The phases of the moon offer a profound opportunity to deepen our spiritual connection and align with the ebb and flow of life. Understanding the significance of each phase and incorporating them into our practices can bring a sense of harmony, intentionality, and empowerment.


By dispelling the notion of evil divinity, we can embrace the moon's energy as a force for personal and spiritual growth.


May the moon's radiance illuminate your path as you embark on this transformative journey.

To conclude, the Full Moon 🌕 "BUCK" SUPER-MOON begins tonight at 4 am PST and lasts through July 3rd.


Take some time to journal, reflect, or do my favorite "moon baths" and take a yoga mat outside tonight, stretch, and give thanks to God for what you have in your life, enjoy the beauty of the moon, and rest.


Namaste!



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