Tarot Coaching: Full Moon in Scorpio 2022

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 Full Moon Phase

The Full Moon is a great time to look at what we have done since the New Moon phase, the time we plant new seeds for the future, and check-in with the results. How are you feeling about the goals we set two weeks ago? Are you feeling inspired or defeated? A lot can be going on right now in your feeling space, and that’s natural because full moons are intense periods. Be grateful for what has worked for you so far and release what didn’t. What stays and what goes? Forgive yourself and others so that you can create space for the upcoming lunar phase.

Your Full Moon in Scorpio Tarot Report

The Full Moon in Scorpio will take place on May 16th, 05:14 AM, GMT

  • Scorpio is a Water sign and it is ruled by Mars and Pluto
  • A full moon in Scorpio invites us to focus on regeneration and the natural cycles of life
  • The keyword is ‘Transformation’

The Main Message

The Sun suggests this is a time to celebrate life to the fullest and witness the richness of our experiences. It invites us to wrap up negative situations and transform them into positive lessons and tools for inner guidance. Be careful on how you deal with and manifest this energy as it can be very intense under the influence of Scorpio. Don’t lose yourself in sensual temptations.

What You Need to Release

The card The Empress (reversed) indicates you might have been suppressing your feminine energy which represents our emotions and intuition. It is time to embrace these aspects that are present in all human beings, regardless of the gender they were born or identify with. There is no shame in feeling all sorts of emotions. Feel them, be present with them, and then release them through healthy mechanisms of self-expression.

Divine Masculine

The World indicates you are feeling positive and assertive about changes you want to create and manifest in your life. You feel powerful in the sense that you are being impelled to look after yourself and take care of different aspects of your life, health, and well-being. The energy of this full moon in Scorpio is creating momentum and impelling you to act on your behalf.

Divine Feminine

The Nine of Cups suggests you are comfortable with what you have been achieving on a personal or professional level. You are now contemplating the process you have been through and starting to make sense of it all. Use the energy of this full moon in Scorpio to literally sit back and appreciate how far you have come. You might want to do an inventory of projects you have been working on and add a list of potential developments.

What You Need to Focus On

The Star (reversed) invites you to be mindful of your actions around this period of time. It is great to celebrate life and feel cheerful but be careful with excesses. Optimism is great as long as it is tempered with a dose of realism. Otherwise, you may indulge in illusions and regret your actions later. Remind yourself that this is a very intense full moon and unless you keep track of your thoughts and feelings you may find yourself disappointed within a couple of weeks.

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Tarot Coaching: New Moon in Taurus 2022

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.

Divine Masculine

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.

Divine Feminine

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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BOOK REVIEW: Emotional Wisdom by Mantak Chia & Dena Saxer

What is the role of human emotions? What can they tell us about our health and well-being? Are they good or bad? Have you thought about emotions and how they impact your life? Should they be managed or prevented at all costs? These are some of the questions you will be invited to ask and seek answers to when you start reading the book Emotional Wisdom by Mantak Chia and Dena Saxer.

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One of the aspects I loved about this book is that it introduces you to Taoism, a Chinese philosophy that teaches us how to go through life in harmony. The most basic principle of Taoism is that there’s a universal cosmic force that flows through all things. This energy constantly binds and releases itself, contributing to the greater natural order of the cosmos. Emotions are not excluded from this dynamic.

There are positive and negative emotions. Positive emotions are usually an indicator that we are in harmony with cosmic energy. Negative emotions mean there is something out of balance and which needs some tender loving care. They help us identify when we are out of balance and need to recalibrate. They can also work as a sign or compass for decision-making and pursuing creative endeavors (e.g. painting).

Every addiction arises from an unconscious refusal to face and move through your own pain… you are using something or somebody to cover up your pain (Eckhart Tolle)

Emotions are a form of energy and they are part of our human existence, no matter how much we try to deny them. I would like to know exactly when human beings decide that emotions are ugly and bad. This false belief has taken a toll on us. We have grown to reject emotions and disregard the value of emotions, especially the negatives ones. Negative emotions are messages from our soul saying there is something that is just not right.

According to Chinese Philosophy, the internal root cause of ill-health is the existence of an emotional imbalance, and Western medicine has finally caught up with this valuable insight. Studies have shown that negative emotions make our blood thicker and more acidic, making it more difficult to circulate in the body. A lot of findings like this have been discovered in the field of Psychoimmunology, which studies the mind-body connection and its impact on health and well-being.

Today’s problem is that most of us don’t want to feel and process negative emotions. Instead of sitting with them and learning what they want to tell us, we either get paralyzed or seek ways to numb ourselves (e.g. food, violence, sex). In the long term, it is our body that pays the highest price through discomfort and disease. Emotional Wisdom addresses these emotions and teaches you techniques to deal with and release them. One of these techniques is the inner smile meditation.

The inner smile meditation is a Taoist practice that has you visualizing and experiencing an event that makes you smile in your mind’s eye and extend the energy of that smile to all your organs and body parts. It takes you about ten minutes to perform this practice and the result is that you will feel more relaxed, more at ease, and also kinder to yourself. This occurs because you will be helping your body reduce stress hormones: adrenaline, noradrenaline, and cortisol.

There are other very interesting and useful concepts and techniques in this book, Emotional Wisdom. I strongly recommend it if you are already familiar with eastern philosophy, or you want to learn more about it.

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BOOK REVIEW: Creative Journal Writing by Stephanie Dowrick

I did enjoy Stephanie’s book a lot and I strongly recommend you to peek on it, if you are into journaling and writing as a method of self-expression and personal transformation. You will find many interesting prompts across the entire book so that you can work your writing flow and perhaps discover more about yourself within specific topics to which you never really paid much attention to.

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BOOK REVIEW: The Resilience Workbook by Glenn R. Schiraldi

What is Resilience, and why does it seem so important in today’s fast-paced society? Have you considered what resilience means to you? Do you think you are resilient enough? Is it possible to have more resilience? And if so, how can you build more of it? These are some of the questions you will see answered once you pick The Resilience Workbook written by Gleen R. Schiraldi, one of the books I selected to read throughout 2022.

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