With the full moon arriving on Feb. 28th, I was talking to the Angels about the moon and what its presence represents to us. The moon has an emotional, passive quality to it. So should we try to be passive and in tune with our emotions? Yes. We can be more powerful by having control of our emotions. If you are a person who has mood swings because of the moon’s cycles (or any other kind of outside stimulus) try this statement: “I will not be moved by things that I hear or by things that I see.”
This will affirm that you don’t have to be swayed by that energy. You do have a choice about how outside energy affects you. And instead use the moon’s feminine passive energy for going within, loving and appreciating yourself, your life and your loved ones.
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We are to love ourselves and others today, not tomorrow or when we lose weight, grow taller, get more hair, get married, have children, make more money, etc. Today, we are perfect and worthy of being loved completely. The Angels are reminding us of the moon and how she gently shines down on everyone. She doesn’t pick and choose who she shines on because of their worthiness. She shines just as brightly on the old as the young, the poor as the rich. She shines all over the world, not on particular countries. She doesn’t withhold any of her energy, ever.
The Angels are asking us to be more like the moon and shine bright to all who come into our presence, not withholding anything. Remember that everyone is here on Earth to learn and we all get to choose which paths we will walk on to learn those things. Even though we may not agree with each other’s chosen path, we are all still worthy of love.
Let this full moon cycle remind you to love unconditionally all who come into your presence.
I’m Adam -- also, known under the moniker of “sOma” (but, only digitally). I came into this world a Gemini, and will go out with a smile on my face. Yes, i’m an Astrologer, but that’s not all I am.... read more