A new moon in Leo can teach us how to recognize the shape of our own pride when it blocks our blessing. It can teach us how to share ourselves with the world, even when we feel like the world is primed to reject our offering. That’s because Leo rules the heart and is the sign of adoration, of wanting to adore and be adored. Of knowing that the best way to get what you want is acting like you already have it. ~ Nylon, New Moon in Leo 2020
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August started with the glorious peak of summer radiating through our limbs and lives in varying degrees of warmth and light. Sweet and relaxing but also intense and uncomfortable — physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
Leo is a bit too ME focused — in glaring light and deep shadow — we learn to love all our varied selves. Practicing acceptance, patience, love and forgiveness for and with each aspect of revealed self. As summer passes both light and heat lessen as the days begin to shorten — deepening our breathing and rhythms.
From dawn til dusk we are reborn with each new day — rising from sleep and dreamtime eyes and heart wide open — back into our body, poured into fleshed form. As fields ripen and the grain grows golden we are closest to Nature once more — tables turned.
Corona times have given misbehaved humans a major time out — Mother Earth is allowed to heal without our heavy unconscious footprint. It didn’t take us long to apply ourselves to pillaging and raping for our own convenience and comfort when we got the tools and skills.
May this be our wake up call and redirect us into a better partnership and deeper connection with our world.
Grasp the authority to be cultural shamans and bend our society back to serving life. Rebirth. Reshape. Rejoin. ~ Oak Chezar, Mother Tongue Ink 2019