The New Moon represents the start of a fresh new cycle, a chance for us to wipe the slate clean and set forth on a new chapter.
Life is filled with opportunities to begin again, to try something new, to do things differently, and this is exactly what this November New Moon will be bringing into our lives.
Falling on the 26th in the sign of Sagittarius, this is an abundant New Moon that brings opportunities to start over, to reach further, and to rework areas of our lives that have grown stale or become unwelcome.
Since the powerful and heavy October 27th New Moon last month, we have all been working hard to release and work through our fears. With Mercury in retrograde too, things from our past may have also paid us a visit or we may have had to confront something that challenged and pushed us.
Since this time, we have all been guided to reach deep and to rise into a new strength and a new power.
Take a moment to identify what this has been for you. Take a moment to honor your lunar journey and to think about all you have achieved and all you have accomplished.
Whatever has come you have made it through, whatever has been is now in the past, and as we welcome the dark Sagittarius Moon, it is time for us to turn our attention to the next chapter.
The sign of Sagittarius is ruled by the Centaur aiming its arrow into the sky.
The Centaur is half-horse, half-man and is a natural healer. It holds a wisdom that it has inherited across many lifetimes and across many realms of the galaxy. This wisdom allows it to aim its arrow in the direction that always supports its highest growth.
Under the Sagittarius New Moon, we can all tap into this energy with ease. We can all tap into the intuitive wisdom that lives within and know the right way to direct our arrow.
The Sagittarius New Moon is also abundant and has the power to bring new opportunities or new information to the surface.
We may also experience a shift of some kind or see these shifts playing out on the world stage or even through Mother Nature.
Some of this information may be confronting to hear or may trigger our fear of change, but if we pause, and tune into our own innate wisdom, we will always know which direction to aim our arrow.
While we may not have any control over where exactly our arrow will land, we do get to choose the direction we wish to send it in, and that choice is a power that we will all get to exercise as we begin this New Moon cycle.
Whatever comes our way, know that there is also protective energy on offer as well. While things may shake, the Sagittarius Moon sends protection and the opportunity to see the world from a new vantage point.
There are no wrong choices in this life, only lessons and only growth. And, just like the Moon, we too get the chance to begin again, to rise again, and to be reborn again.
There is healing quality to this November New Moon that will also be our guide. This healing quality asks that we accept ourselves, love ourselves, but more importantly, forgive ourselves.
We must forgive ourselves for all we have done or not done. We must forgive ourselves for our perceived failures, forgive ourselves for our thoughts, our feelings, and our actions.
You are worthy of this forgiveness and giving it to yourself, especially under this New Moon, can free you for the new opportunities that will follow.
It is never too late to change directions; it is never too late to try again. It is never too late to do things differently and to see where it may take you.
Enjoy the November New Moon for all that it offers and all that it brings, for it is actually the last New Moon of the year.
Next month in December, instead of a New Moon we experience a Solar Eclipse. This Solar Eclipse is powerful and signifies the opening of a portal, but more on that next month!
Allow the vibrations of the November New Moon to wash over you. Spend time in quiet reflection, and don’t shy away from the dark, instead embrace it as an opportunity to start fresh and to paint the world in your own colors.
Load your bow and arrow and point it nice and high, for as the clichéd saying goes- aim for the Moon, because even if you miss, you will land among the stars.