We roll into the fourth and final week of this lunar cycle on Thursday, October 28, 2021, at 4:05 PM, Eastern US time. The New Moon occurs on Thursday, November 4, 2021, at 5:15 PM Eastern US time.
Wise sages tell us that there is No Beginning and No End. We do, though, encounter reset and refresh points. The end of a lunar cycle and the beginning of the next lunar cycle is a reset and refresh point.
In this last week, we slow down and release. There is an energetic wind-down. The strength of the gravitational pull to slow down increases as we get closer to the end of the cycle.
We perceive other naturally occurring low energy times at the end of each day, lunar month, and solar year. These pivot points allow us to reassess processes, goals, and plans. We can release and reset for a fresh start.
It can be helpful to take advantage of these reset times because they are naturally restorative. When we align with these natural cycles, we affirm nature within our human nature. We become One With.
Notice your energy levels from October 28 to November 4. If you feel like relaxing with a book, or taking a nature walk, or napping, or saying no to overwork, your Sacred Heart and Body Temple feel the Moon’s flow.
The three days before the New Moon are called the Dark of the Moon. These are times when I overhear people say, “I am so tired, and I don’t know why.”
Rest is encouraged in this last week, especially during the last 24 hours of this lunar cycle, the darkest Dark of the Moon. (New Moon occurs on 4, 5:15 PM EDT. Count back 24 hours for your time zone.)
There is a pattern to this tiredness, and it is recognizable. The Moon reflects this wind-up and wind-down rhythm every lunar month. Pattern recognition is a gold standard in self-care. So, when you feel the call to rest, please consider saying yes.
Intuition increases during naturally occurring low energy times because we become more receptive. Every cell of our being has a rest phase, called the interphase. We can indulge body, mind, and soul to rest in conjunction with our beloved, ever-flowing Moon.
If you have questions about allowing for more rest during the end of the lunar cycle, send me an email at email@example.com.
The Void Moon Times this week include:
Saturday, October 30, 3:05 AM to 2:10 PM, EDT
Monday, November 1, 1:00 PM to 7:11 PM, EDT
Wednesday, November 3, 6:32 PM to 8:53 PM, EDT
We often feel void when the Moon is Void. These are times when it is hard to focus, hard to accomplish, and produce. If interested, track your productivity and your energy levels during these times. When you feel a resonance, factor in void Moon times for optimal planning and scheduling.
Here is a time converter: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter-classic.html
See you next week!