Today is the full moon, and like all new moons and full moons, I did a spread aligned to the moon’s current themes as a part of my recognition of the moon’s cycle and influences upon us. Today’s spread is brought to you by @HermitsMirror.
Fuel: How can I express my emotions in a way that nurtures them?
Four of Wands – When you express your comfort and happiness in being around others, they feel more comfortable doing the same with you. We all need to hear these things sometimes.
Magical Peak: Where in my life can I call in my soul family?
Page of Pentacles – Let those you hold dear (of the living, dead, and other) help you in staying positive during times when you feel like things are moving at a snail’s pace.
Purging: What emotional rubble can be released into the Void?
Three of Swords – Remember that once you have expressed your disappointment, it’s time to let it go. Letting the disappointment continue to linger is harmful to you and has no positive outcomes or benefits.
Clear Mirror: Where does my inner knowing conflict with internal desires?
Four of Swords – Just because you know you need to rest, and that it’s an important and essential part of life, doesn’t mean that it’s what you really want to do with your time. Neither does it make it any less necessary just because you want to skip it.
Dancing Luminaries: How can I honor my spirit through this material body?
Three of Wands – Stay on course with the path you have chosen. Sometimes distractions can happen, but you need to make sure that you are orienting back onto your path and not getting mired in the weeds.
Full Moon advice from the Minoan Goddess Amalthea.
Knight of Pentacles atop Temperance – Now is the time of slowing down in your life, and you’re going to have to tap into your patience and keep moderation in mind as you move forward. Don’t let the slow pace fool you into thinking you’re not making any progress.
One thought on “🌕 Full Moon in Cancer – January 2023”
You definitely need rest to recoup from the rush(and also from the vacation) but remember that TOO MUCH rest can also be a bad thing. Moderation here too, is essential
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