About the Moon
The Moon represents our emotions and our inner life. It is associated with the Feminine, the Yin energy, and the Mother archetype. The Moon involves aspects such as our intuition, our emotional reactions, and our motivation.
The New Moon Phase
The New Moon is great to plant the seeds for the future. It’s a time to cleanse and tap into your deepest dreams. This is the phase in which you can start manifesting what you want by making time to plan – not execute. You may find yourself more attuned to new ideas and tempted to increase your horizons so take advantage of that and begin writing or drawing what comes to your mind.
Your New Moon in Taurus Tarot Report
The New Moon in Taurus will take place on April 30th, 9:28 PM, GMT
The Main Message
The Two of Pentacles suggests we are being invited to contemplate whether we are operating from a place of balanced thinking and feeling, or not. Are there imbalances in any area of your life right now? Where are you struggling to find or keep balance?
What You Need to Release
The card The Chariot brings attention to the excessive desire to control or manage every single aspect of your life. Working on accepting that you can’t control every detail will help you establish a new sense of balance.
The Eight of Swords indicates you may be feeling stuck and hurt, which doesn’t allow you to expand your horizons and see the silver lining of your negative experiences. Be sure to process your feelings and thoughts but don’t overly identify yourself with them.
The Three of Cups suggests you are enjoying your time and sense of belonging to a wider community. You are gathering support and offering support to those who resonate with your current energy and vibration.
What You Need to Focus On
The Page of Pentacles calls attention to childlike or innocent beliefs about people and life situations. Embrace your inner youth but be mature as well. Not everything that shines is gold. Be joyful and conscious of your personal boundaries.
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