Oh, the power of the Moon. She’s been intense alright, and socking us with a powerful lunar punch this last month of the decade.
Don’t we all know the saying “once in a blue moon?” It’s when there are two full moons in one calendar month…very rare! Well, after about 2 ½ years we got hit up yet again in December!
We had a full moon on December 2nd, a new moon on the 16th, and will have another full (blue) moon on New Year’s Eve. As the Intuitive Healer I’ve seen occasionally over the past few years reminds us, it’s been a very good time to notice, honor and support our own unique phases: activity and rest, introversion and extroversion.
Astrologically speaking, communication issues can be easily triggered—we need to remember to stay consistent, tactful, and flexible. Be easy and gentle with yourself and others. Everyone’s moods and energies—our internal tides—are affected by the moon’s magnetic energies.
In addition, Mercury went retrograde on December 26th and that lasts till around January 15 ’10. All our communications issues will be even more challenging!
The Winter Solstice groaned through with typical deep, dark blackness and just a tiny teasing slice of daylight. And then days later, we had bright blue skies, sun and frost on rooftops and trees for Christmas – very rare for the Pacific Northwest. The sunshine definitely brightens moods.
I know I’ve written in earlier posts about when a bunch of things have gone haywire with communications, my patience has been tested, and a bunch of relatively “small” things have physically broken this past month (iPod, neighborhood power outage when it wasn’t stormy, car keyfob on occasion, water leaks, you name it). But then I remind myself…my address is NOT the Lower Ninth Ward. I’m doing OK.
Full moon New Years Eve? Oh, my friends shudder. Anyone out there in emergency room work or law enforcement? My hat is off to each of you.
I looked at the moon tonight after meeting with a good friend for coffee and catching up. It’s like an overly swollen football right now, proud and glowing bright in the inky blue night sky just after the sun disappears. Just a few more days.