I always feel that new moons are a great time for stating afresh, setting some new intentions. Yesterday saw the new moon in Leo which is said to be a very fiery time – “stoking the flames of our potential …..Courage to be our true selves, To find strength in our vulnerabilities , our truth and our rawness and to live from the inside out……….ultimately it is up to us to tend to our own heart flame by kindling it with what will bring it expansion and illumination” (Mysticmamma.com)
i am certainly feeling that this is a week for getting stuff done. i woke up this morning with more energy than i’ve had in ages and even after a productive day i’m writing this blog at 10pm. It could also be that it has been a scorcher of a day – Glasgow seems to have found the memo that it is summer! Hurrah! Whatever the reason, when these waves of productivity arise they have to be put to good use and not wasted. SO….. more productivity for the rest of the week to bring some exciting new projects to life.
I’ve been manifesting these projects for a while now, they just started with a little seed of intention and have been growing slowly with a lot of nurturing and care. I love this process of setting intentions, developing them and seeing them grow. Taking my life in the new direction that i have planned.
What will you be doing over this new moon cycle? It’s time to roar!!
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There’s also spaces still available on my Arran retreat 21st & 22nd August – treat yourself to some time dedicated to you.
Although we don’t want to think about summer coming to an end I’ll be back at Prana Yoga in Hamilton on 2nd September for a Later Summer Mini Retreat. Late Summer is a time of returning to the earth, harvesting all the good things we planted earlier in the year. Reflecting on what we have achieved & building up our sense of self worth. It is a time to nourish yourself both physically & mentally so give yourself this time to slow down, go inwards & rediscover your self.