While we’re still feeling the effects of the full moon from just a few days ago, we’re moving into the ‘Waning Moon’ stage of the lunar phases. As many of us learned in Wild Sister’s Wild Moon Masterclass, the full moon is all about the harvest, reaping reward, and letting things go to start anew.
Now that the full moon is passing, what do you do with all of this energy?
First, remember that the full moon and waning period are a time of letting go. Focus on getting rid of bad habits, healing, removing obstacles, making amends in relationships and/or letting go of grudges, releasing any anger, etc.
Spend this time reviewing what you’ve done in the last two weeks and six month periods, and see what new goals you may need to set or moves you may need to make on the New Moon, then start clearing away the physical and emotional clutter to prepare for that.
This is a great time for healing and preparing for the rebirth of the New Moon in just a couple of weeks.
Other things you can do:
- Grounding meditations
- Releasing meditations (there’s an incredible one in the Wild Sisterhood!)
- Supporting yourself with clarifying and supportive releasing crystals such as aquamarine smokey quartz, bloodstone, clear quartz.
- Take an herbal bath with lavender, calendula, chamomile, and/or epsom salt
- Write a list of affirmations every day, in the present tense
- Write a list of what you are letting go, and then burn it (safely!)
What else do you like to do during this lunar phase? Let us know in the comments below!
Love and light,
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