NEW MOON NEWS FROM ROSEMARY

Greetings; and Happy New Moon in Gemini!

“Be still and look inside for the answers. Trust that you have an Inner Wisdom that speaks your truth to you.”

NGC 6503 A Spiral Galaxy "Lost in Space"

The New Moon happened today, Tuesday, June 16 at 10:05 am Eastern Daylight Time. This is the time to start something new, to create new activities, to think new thoughts. What beliefs about yourself are you ready to shift? Can you ponder some aspect of your life from a new perspective? What newness do you want to attract into your life?

Make things happen now, while the Moon is growing in the night sky from dark to Full. Think new thoughts. Believe new ideas. Find new ways to listen, to communicate.

Use the Gemini energy to improve communications. Mercury is now moving in a direct pattern – we survived another dreaded retrograde period! Woo Hoo! Focus on the listening side of communicating while you observe yourself – are you getting the response you want or are your communications creating something different? Take responsibility for communicating authentically while allowing others to be valued and appreciated for their authentic selves.

The Summer Solstice is coming up on June 21 – the longest day of the year for us in the northern hemisphere. The most Light of the year! What new Light can you shine into the world this week?

Someone recently asked how to convince someone else that it is important to pay attention to the Moon. What do you think? Does it matter? My answer is that we are mostly water and the Moon visibly affects the waters of the Chesapeake Bay so why shouldn’t we be affected by the same energy that brings in a super high tide?

I’ve also talked to folks who work in Emergency Rooms and they KNOW, with great certainty, that the Moon affects people because they can track it in the emergencies that they see.

Knowledge is Power. To live a Conscious Life means to be conscious of what is going on around you. Noticing the Moon and her cycles is a part of that knowledge.

PS: The Hubble image is of NGC 6503, a Spiral Galaxy “Lost in Space.” From the Hubble Site: “…this galaxy, known as NGC 6503, has found itself in a lonely position, at the edge of a strangely empty patch of space called the Local Void. The Local Void is a huge stretch of space that is at least 150 million light-years across.”

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