Loving the Darkness – New Moon in Scorpio 2017

http://www.kosmicmind.com/kosmicmind/2017/11/16/new-moon-in-scorpio-2017

“If you’ve lived long enough, you’ve probably realized that life isn’t always “love and light,” that often, real healing requires not cleanliness or “good” thoughts, but boldly stepping into the dreaded darkness and facing some shit with a positive attitude… This New Moon is all about honesty, and when you’re honest with yourself and your real feelings and needs, authentic healing opportunities emerge. Jupiter’s transit through Scorpio (until Nov. of 2018) suggests rewards are waiting in the pit of hell…

The best advice for this New Moon: don’t just listen to your impulses. In fact, if you’re uncertain about what you should do, or what direction you should take, respond to reason, competent guidance, and intuition over any emotionally charged reaction. Ask people you trust to give you a more objective viewpoint.

This is likely to be an intense lunation, extending some moodiness or seething hostility into the collective vibes. It could also be incredibly sexy, passionate, and profound… Realize that whatever shows up, it’s okay. If it hurts, feel it. If you feel angry, get it out. Sit in your darkness and embrace that everything, even your worst fears, is still a part of your wholeness and deserving of love.”

NEW MOON in Scorpio – November 18, 2017

http://www.mysticmamma.com/new-moon-in-scorpio-november-18th-2017/

“Scorpio is intimate with the natural cycles of death, rebirth and transformation…

She reminds us of our innate ability to transmute poison, symbolized by the Scorpion, into wisdom symbolized by the Snake, so we can soar high like the Eagle and gain a broader vision of our Lives.

Like her fourth embodiment, the Phoenix, she reminds us of how time and time again, we rise from the ashes of our own transformation.”

HAPPY NEW MOON IN SCORPIO

http://www.thehoodwitch.com/blog/2017/11/18/happy-new-moon-in-scorpio

“The naked awareness of the dark goddess is to see the destruction and death of the old and joyfully embrace it as a sign of imminent renewal.”

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