Join us as we come together to manifest our hearts desires with the creative energies of the New Moon.
Applying the Laws of Attraction and candle magic, we’ll support each other in a community of validation and love. Through meditation we’ll align ourselves with our Higher Self, the Universe, to our Source and from that centered place ~ call to us that which we desire. We’ll then create an intention candle to place on our altars, anointed with oils and carved with sacred symbols, that will remind us of our goals, our alignment and assist us in our focus and in our “allowing” process.
Newcomers are always warmly welcomed & encouraged.
Join us in the DG Sanctuary. Bring your journal and pen. Candles, oils and reference material are provided. Fee for the evening is $10.
For information on our Women’s Full Moon circle, click here.
The Power of the New Moon
The New Moon represents the end of one cycle, and the beginning of a next. With it comes the powers of creativity and manifestation ~ this time begs you to become the architect of your dreams and desires, to construct the vision of what is next. The New Moon is the epitome of utmost potential. All possibilities are on the table, and it is the perfect time to move away from old habits and create a new life.
This is the best time to start new ventures, new relationships; the time for change and being open to new opportunities – time to prepare the soil and plant the seeds of ideas.
The Dark Moon, when there is not even a sliver of light visible from the moon, is considered to be the time to release all things from your life that are unnecessary, that no longer serve you, and need to be moved on from.
Moon Myths, Folklore and Facts
- When you see the New Moon, it is said one should bow to it for good luck.
- In Ancient Egyptian belief, the first time you laid eyes on the New Moon of the Cycle you were to bow three times to honor Osiris, Isis & Horus.
- There is a British legend that if Christmas day fell on a Dark Moon, the following year’s harvest would be bountiful
- It has been shown that severe weather, especially that of tornadoes, hurricanes and tsunamis, are more likely to occur during the Full and New Moon.
- Martha White over at The Old Farmer’s Almanac writes, “The new and first-quarter phases, known as the light of the Moon, are considered good for planting above-ground crops, putting down sod, grafting trees, and transplanting. From full Moon through the last quarter, or the dark of the Moon, is the best time for killing weeds, thinning, pruning, mowing, cutting timber, and planting below-ground crops.”
- Legends from various beliefs and backgrounds have in their stories reference to a rabbit that lives on or within the moon.