The new moon solar eclipse in Libra occurs at the South Node, a point of release. Here are 3 things to release at this eclipse to rebalance your life and reclaim your power.
Mercury’s transit through Libra pulls our focus to the core element of all relationships: how we speak to ourselves and others.
There’s a common belief that to show up well in partnership means to sacrifice our own needs and goals. A CrossFit partner workout taught me that nothing can be further from the truth.
The full moon in Aries packs a punch, with the rulers of both the Moon and the Sun in challenging aspects that trigger upheaval, release, and change. Hang on for an activating ride.
As the Sun moves into Libra, our focus shifts from the “me” to the “we” as we learn we can only truly see ourselves through the eyes of another.
As the moon opposes the sun and Chiron, it illuminates our patterns of deep wounding so that we can create space for healing.
The new moon in Libra aligns with Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, to help us initiate change. But first, we need to go within for introspection and self-reflection.