Depending on where in the world you are, an eclipse may be visible. What we discover about ourselves and others during lunar eclipses can be tough to admit, even shocking. Still, this gives us the opportunity to embrace our wholeness, and see where we have room to grow in new directions.
Owning the fact that we have emotions like fear, anger, jealousy and rage is the first step to getting a handle on them.
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Eclipses throughout history have gotten a bad rap. They were both revered and feared. Because eclipses have correlated with climate catastrophes, such as hurricanes, tsunamis and earthquakes, many cultures believed that eclipses angered the gods. However, Western science has only confirmed a single fact: We need to protect our eyes if we watch a solar eclipse! Rituals for new and full moons are becoming more popular by the day.
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At an eclipse, a ritual can help you stay grounded in the face of any chaos, especially if you set dedicated intentions. Solar eclipses fall at new moons, so a ritual or intention-setting could focus on helping you start anew. Lunar eclipses fall at full moons, which are times of ending, closure, manifestation and transition. The Lunar Eclipse on July 16th was like a full moon only way more powerful!
The full moon is when the sun and moon oppose each other and maybe even fight for the light. In Astrology, the Sun is ego and the Moon is depth. This one also connects to Pluto, which is the dwarf planet often depicted as Shiva, the dark-destroyer, vanquishing demons and summoning the light — allowing us to let go of anything or anyone negative, and embrace the light.
Borderline escapist, feeling a sense of loss, sad, overwhelmed and reactive, or taking our bad moods out on others. We can dial up the powerful vibe with determination and the aspiration and ability to be fabulously creative, caring, kind and brave.