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 Aries Tarot Report
The New Moon in Aries will take place on April 1st, 7:24 AM, GMT
The Main Message
The Devil (reversed) tells us that addictive behaviors can now be left in the past. Whether you have been involved with drugs, gambling, binge eating, or any other type of compulsive behavior, this New Moon is like a fresh start and it’s up to you to make the most of it.
What You Need to Release
The card Nine of Wands says it’s time to stop working hard and start working smarter. You might have been pushing yourself too much and embracing more tasks, events, or people than you can healthily manage. You might want to review how you have been managing your energy.
The Three of Swords (reversed) indicates you are moving from a place of sorrow and emotional heartbreak to a place of acceptance. You may have been facing emotional struggles that are now starting to heal.
The Five of Wands suggests you are seeking support through groups or communities that have shared interests or that can stimulate your growth and development through discussion and brainstorming.
What You Need to Focus On
The Ace of Wands (reversed) advises you to learn and integrate the natural laws of the universe. In order to manifest what you wish for, you need to make sure you are making good and correct use of those laws. Otherwise, you will find obstacles to your manifestation efforts.
Numerology is an ancient practice that retrieves meaning from the vibrational frequency of numbers. The basic principle of numerology is that a number is not simply an amount but a living qualitative reality. This idea goes back to Pythagoras, who believed that physical manifestation must be preceded by mathematical conception, and therefore numbers provide us with a tool to measure what might seem intangible in the first place.
Modern science has already shown that every manifestation has its own wavelength, a vibrational or electromagnetic signature that can be measured by numbers.
According to Pythagoras, each number has a nature, or vibration, of its own. Modern science has already shown that every manifestation has its own wavelength, a vibrational or electromagnetic signature that can be measured by numbers. In total, there are nine distinct vibrations, and Numerology works with such a system by attributing numbers to letters, which in turn have corresponding sound vibration and form.
Numerology can be a great source of self-knowledge and personal development since it provides an analysis of character based on the attributes of numbers present in personal data such as your birth name and date. As with everything else in nature though, numbers have both positive and negative qualities. A number resembles pretty much a coin, in the sense that each one of them can represent two sides of the same principle, the difference being only its degree of vibration.
Let’s see what Numerology can tell us about the meaning of numbers 1-9 based on each number’s positive and negative attributes.
Positive and Negative aspects of numbers 1-9 according to Numerology
The power of numbers has been recognized since immemorial times. Pythagoras, the ancient philosopher, believed that numbers had inherent qualities. Picking on this, Numerology offers us an out-of-the-box tool to facilitate the exploratory journey of who we are. It works based on the principle that each number holds a particular vibrational signature and therefore attributes numbers to letters, which in turn correlate with specific sound vibrations and forms. Know your numbers and you will know more about yourself.
Knowing the Self seems to be a universal quest and a human need deeply carved in our collective unconscious. In Psychology, knowing yourself is crucial for the development of your sense of self and identity. This involves knowing your values, your potential, your purpose in life, and finding healthy ways to express yourself.
Numerology can give you plenty of information about yourself based on your name and birth-date. This constitutes your “Birth Code” and it can give you psychological input about your character, your talents, and the most favorable ways to express them. I offer 3 types of numerology chart reading.
I believe Nature is the mother of all Healing, and there have been plenty of research studies showing how practices such as earthing and walking in nature can benefit our well-being to a great deal. When we immerse ourselves in Nature, we also infuse ourselves with the four elements: air, water, fire, and earth. It’s no wonder why the countryside has been sought for so many to decompress and recharge batteries. Even medieval kings and queens were doing it before it became cool in the twentieth century.
I once came across a statement that made me realize, in a deep way, the value of healing with the elements. It read:
“Place your hands into soil to feel grounded. Wade in water to feel emotionally healed. Fill your lungs with fresh air to feel mentally clear. Raise your face to the heat of the sun and connect with that fire to heal your own immense power.”
It may sound simple but healing can be quite simple indeed as long as you reconnect yourself with Nature. I’ve noticed and experienced the power of healing with the elements quite a few times over the past decade. I’m sure that if you sit down to reflect, you will also recall situations and experiences in which you have tapped into the power of the elements – and benefited from it.
One of the best memories I have, from when I was a kid, is being at my grandfather’s garden and sitting directly on the ground next to my cousin. We would play with the reddish soil around us and contemplate the big world from that lovely seat that nature had provided us with. The feelings I recall from this experience are safety and security.
Before moving abroad, I started to realize the great impact that diving in the sea had on my mood and energy. Since then, I am always waiting for summertime and the chance to immerse myself in the sea. I come out lighter and more uplifted as if negative energy flows out of me and gets washed off by the salted water.
Another thing that deeply changes my mood and disposition is seeing myself in an open space. The greener, the better. It really broadens up my mental horizons and helps me get perspective onto problems and life situations that need solutions.
I’m pretty much like a lizard. Whenever the sun is out, I love being outside and feeling it on my skin. I love getting a tan but the greatest thing about being exposed to sunlight is the feeling of being somehow “recharged” and “reenergized” by its healthy heat.
Nature has great healing power and we can tap into it by connecting and harnessing the energy of the four elements: air, earth, fire, and water. Whatever the element you connect more easily with, you can consciously make the choice of raising your awareness of these elements and build upon their healing properties. Watching and sitting next to a fireplace, enjoying a sea salt bath, or walking in the woods can be recharging and a source of renewal.
After going through a decluttering session, you are likely to feel clearer and more energetic. This is a process that not only improves our physical space but also our headspace. We have more space both physically and mentally, which in turn gives us a certain sense of freedom and clarity. Such experience eventually overflows to other areas of our life.