Weekly Herbal Moon Insights for week starting 10th May 2020.
Delays give you time to reflect & realign. Learn from the past as you move forward and grow!
CARDS FOR THE WEEK
Herbal Tarot card: Six of Wands (reversed) / Hawthorn
There may be delays in achieving your goals this week, but these delays give you a chance to reflect & adjust your actions so you are aligned with your true priorities. Have you strayed from your true path? You are being called to course-correct this week, spend time planning & prioritizing so you can move in the direction of your heart’s calling.
Spirit Animal Oracle card: Elephant Spirit / Learn from the past.
Learn from the past so you can move forward and grow! Follow past traditions & the knowledge of our elders & ancestors, so you can know the way to move forward this week. What lessons can you learn from your past?
Sunday 10th May:
The waning gibbous moon brings a relaxing energy this week after the intensity of the full moon last week. As the moon moves through Capricorn over the next few days, you are called to relax your body & physical self. Nourish your physical body with DIY home treatments such as baths, scrubs, face masks etc. Get plenty of sleep & rest. Relax deeply with yin yoga.
Wednesday 13th May:
The waning moon moves into the sign of Aquarius, an ideal time for meditating & inner reflection. Go within to find clarity on your direction, your path, your purpose. You have all the answers within yourself!
Thursday 14th May:
The last quarter moon in Aquarius gives you the opportunity to give back to your community, freely from your heart. How can you give back, without expectation of anything in return?
Saturday 16th May:
The waning crescent moon in Pisces may make you feel a bit more intuitive, dreamy & reflective. This is a good opportunity to reflect back on the past few weeks, journal, interpret dreams & messages from the subconscious so you can know which path to take for the month ahead.
THEMES OF THE WEEK:
The information contained in this article is general advice only and doesn’t replace medical advice. Consult a health practitioner before taking any herbs to ensure no contraindications.
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