The New Moon on Friday, May 6th is in Taurus. It calls us to ground. To sink into the parts of ourselves that we know are steadfast. To become aware of the supporting elements around us that offer continuity when we feel the urge to float away. One of the best ways to do this is to spend significant time in Nature. Significant. Not merely a token “quality time” but quantity. Deep abiding connection to the Earth. This does not happen on our couches or at our desks, no matter the strength of our visualization powers. Do not allow Ego to fool you to thinking otherwise. Nature is calling. Join her in the great outdoors and embrace this New Moon with the assurance that you will discover the best ways to physically orient your spirituality on this plane.
We invite you to explore the various aspects of the New Moon in Taurus, by reading Mystic Mamma!
There will not be a gathering at Twinkle’s Place this month.
There are several sites that offer insight and instruction on how to conduct group and solitary rituals. Here are a few:
And, as always, whether you currently identify as Unitarian Universalist, or you are curious about where we draw our faith from, and why some of us choose to honor the phases of the Moon, here are a few links to explore:
Sixth Source we draw our Unitarian Universalist faith from.
May you be blessed today and everyday!