Sun, 23 May|
The Moon And You
The Moon inspires music, poetry and its mystery has appealed to our collective imagination for centuries. In nature, animals’ biological cycles are often influenced by the Moon. In this talk, you will hear about what the Moon can reveal about you. £7 Please email to join or for a recording.
Time & Location
23 May 2021, 11:15 – 12:45
About the event
e Moon inspires music, poetry and its mystery has appealed to our collective imagination for centuries. In nature, animals’ biological cycles are often influenced by the Moon, returning to their birth places to lay eggs, etc on a Full Moon. For many humans the high energy of a Full Moon can also be evident. Some police forces have admitted to having more police on the streets when the Moon is Full. When I was a teacher, the children were always more hyper at that time of the month too.
The Moon is ever changing. Its 28 day journey from New to Full, back to New again was interpreted by many ancient cultures as evidence of an unreliable and inconsistent energy. It’s best seen at night, it’s often pale light, adding to its mystery and connection it through association with what’s, private, unknown. The 28 day cycle served to link it to women and female energy.
In Astrology, the Moon represents our inner emotional landscape. Our moods and how we deal with feelings are all represented by the Moon. Where the Sun shows our potential and movement into the future, the Moon is about the past. It tells us about our Mothers, how we were nurtured and our instincts. It’s common to find people who relate more to their Moon sign than their Sun sign. We are, in a sense travelling from what is familiar and instinctive as shown by the Moon in our charts, towards the new so we can experience growth through our Sun signs.
In this talk, you will hear about what the Moon can reveal about you as well as how it manifests in your chart.