The momentum of this past week felt like the swell of a power surfer’s wave. The focus was sharp and the determination palpable. This energy swell increases during the second week of this lunar cycle. The timeline is from 11:25 PM, EDT October 12 to 10:58 AM, EDT October 20 when the Full Moon lights our way.
During this second week, we get serious about bringing our vision into concrete form. It is a time of laser focus and refined discernment. In one week, the energetic dial turns from building to sharing.
One analogy is that we have one week left on the in-breath, and then we go two weeks into the out-breath.
While this rhythm may not precisely match the timeline on your projects, it is a pattern of energy dropped down from the Moon to us. She delivers predictable human energy patterns, just as she does with the tides. Pattern recognition is a 21st-century tool.
We can use this knowing professionally for planning and personally to align with nature. This nature/human alignment is recognizable as felt body experiences. With enough practice, maybe years, it is possible to recall the energetic imprint our ancestors lived by as an internal compass that guides us today.
Clock time no longer resonates with the rising frequencies of the collective consciousness shift to 5D. (More on this soon!) The body knows nature. It is simply a matter of actively working with our body’s wisdom. If you are intrigued about how to do that, resources and services are being announced in the months ahead.
The Void Moon Times this week include:
Wednesday, October 13, 6:53 AM to 4:48 PM, EDT
Friday, October 15, 8:33 AM to 10:22 PM, EDT
Saturday, October 17, 7:24 PM to Sunday, October 18, 6:05 AM, EDT
Here is a time converter: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter-classic.html
The Moon goes void every two and one-half days for varying amounts of time. This Wednesday and Friday, the void moon times are extended.
I started observing void Moons in the early 1980s. After a couple of years of tracking outcomes with void Moon times, I saw the benefit of living in alignment with these natural cycles.
I got burnt too many times having to retrace my steps, redo work, or cope with frustrations that could have been avoided if I had followed the void Moon times. Efficiency is a core value for me. Wasting anything – time, energy, resources — hurts.
So, when the Moon goes void, I do, too. I have found that too much is lost, otherwise. Check it out for yourself over many months to see if void Moon times affect your productivity.
During void times, I tend to do nonessential tasks and rest and reflect. Void Moon times feel like you do not want to get out of bed, or it is hard to focus, or you find yourself daydreaming.
Being self-employed, I am not bound by a time clock and can work all hours, and any day, to accommodate this natural rhythm that invites slow down, if not a complete stop.
If your circumstances require showing up and working during void Moon times, self-talk can help. Remind yourself that it is hard to produce upstream in a downstream time. Affirm that you will rest as soon as you can. Pace yourself and accommodate, as best as you can, a workflow that aligns with our Moon.
See you next week!