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October New Moon Goals (several days late)…….it seems to be a trend

So the moon is going to be transitioning through it’s new phase over the next two or three days (I’m also going to be two or three days late in posting this as well), and moving through the Scorpio constellation. We’re down to the last few days of October, and then there are only sixty-one days left in 2019. I’m down to four weeks with my current position, and have realized that while I need to take the break to figure out what I want to do with my life—the inner, control-freak voices are starting to freak out (but that’s a topic for another post).

So as the moon moves through Scorpio, there are several things that one can do during this time (according to “Moonology: working with the magic of lunar cycles” by Yasmin Boland), and they are:

            Get sexy.

            Invest wisely.

            Make inner peace.

            B-r-e-a-t-h-e

            Drop grudges

This moon is also moving through my first house or my image zone (how one presents themselves to the world). While Aries is the start of the zodiac calendar—when the moon (either full or new) passes through your first house, it can also seem as the start of a “new year” (we can have a “new start” twice a year if necessary). It is also fitting to be at the image zone, after having done the free health screening last week.

So what are some of the things that one can do during this time?

            Surprise friends with the ‘new you’

            Throw out all your old make-up and start again

            Get married or meet someone new

            Good time to move

            Splurge on something in a vibrant color

            Have a facial

            Get your sight checked

For me, this particular new moon period is guiding me to focus on myself, and remind myself that I’m worth whatever work I put into my future—in other words no one else is going to do the work for me. A new future is going to be made—and I’m the only one that can make it what I want, if I do nothing—others decide my future.

Looking at the above two lists there are few things that are crossed off (getting sexy, throwing out make-up, getting married or meeting someone new, and currently moving). These are only crossed off because 1) I currently don’t wear makeup; 2) I’m not in a relationship or looking to be in a relationship; and 3) in order to move I have to have an idea of where to move to—and that is up in the air.

But if I were to make a short list of goals for the Scorpio New Moon they’d include:

            Meditating nightly—this is something that I’ve been working on for the past couple of months, and hopefully by making use of some nature CDs—I can get past the one or two minute mark. My goal is to get up to ten to fifteen minutes of nightly mediation, and then start working on meditating for about five minutes during the day—mainly when I feel like I’m going to have an anxiety attack. This is also an way to make inner peace with myself as well.

            I really should make an eye appointment over the next couple of weeks—that way I can get my eyes checked before I lose my really good eye insurance.

            Work on my reboot break plan and my transition plan—both plans are essential for the coming months—the reboot break is going to focus on re-centering myself (putting myself first for once, especially in the case of mental and physical health), and actually figuring out what I want to do with my life. The transition plan will then help me transition that dream into reality.

Only a few goals this month, but a few are better than none, and I also to remember—Progress over Perfection.

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Scorpio New Moon Goals

So this is a day late, as the “new moon” as yesterday in the morning hours.  I’m going to try to get back in the habit of posting hopefully at least once a week (a photography review of my instagram posts), but hopefully more often than that. All I can say is that this fall has been a struggle in numerous ways, but I’m finding my way back.

So the moon has entered into the Scorpio constellation yesterday, and is also in it’s “new moon” phase. This means that there are only two full moon phases and one more new moon phase left for the year before we enter 2019.

What are some of the things that one can do during the time of the Scorpio new moon?

Get Sexy.

Invest wisely.

Make Inner Peace.

Breathe.

Drop grudges.

 

So the new moon in Scorpio is also passing through my 1st house (as I’ve been doing these predictions off my rising sign which is Scorpio; my star/birth sign is actually Virgo). The first house is our image zone (so the moon passes through it twice a year—and actually passes through each house twice a year). This is a period to work towards a new beginning, better self-image and self-direction.

 

This is something I’ve been working on all year (not just when the moon goes through my 1st house), and I’m going to use the coming two weeks to try to really focus and plan out the things I want to try to accomplish over the next few months.

 

So some of the things that you can do during this time include (according to “Moonology: working with the magic of the lunar cycles” by Yasmin Boland):

 

Surprise friends with the “new you”.

Throw out all your old makeup and start again.

Meet someone new (or plan the next stage with your significant other)

Move somewhere new

Splurge on something in a vibrant color

Have a facial

Get your sight checked

So if I looked at the above list, some of the items could be doable, others not at this time, and yet others I don’t do at all. For example—I don’t wear makeup (I work in a lab all day, and I’ve never felt the need to put on makeup. Plus I probably would forget to either wash my face, or I’d rub my eyes [as I do when my allergies are acting up] and smear mascara all over my face—no thank you). Also I’ve already had my vision checked this year, so I’m good on that point for a few more months.

So my goals for this Scorpio period are:

  • Get back into a meditation routine at night. This goes with the Scorpio mood of making inner peace & breathing.
  • Work on my transition plan—try to figure out both my “why” (or purpose) and my professional lifestyle that I want to live.
  • Continue with the second round of LIIFT4; and then finally
  • Work on ideas for more blog posts (and pages) for the website.
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