Like the moon gradually decreasing in size, you have to be ready to let go of stuff. Throughout the month you’ve been hurt, broken, or angered in many ways. It’s under this moon that you will let go of all grudges and release all anger.  The terminators of the Earth and moon align at first and last…

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In astronomy, a new moon marks the first lunar phase. … As a new moon represents the start of a new lunar cycle, it symbolizes new beginnings. People use the energy of a new moon to achieve their goals or start on a new project. They also reflect on their old goals and set themselves new ones.  Times are approximate.

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First quarter: This particular moon cycle signifies decision making.  The moon is 90 degrees away from the sun in the sky and is half-illuminated from our point of view. We call it “first quarter” because the moon has traveled about a quarter of the way around Earth since the new moon.  Times are approximate.

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Full Moons are often considered to be a sign of death, rebirth and the completion of a cycle. Astrologers also believe a Full Moon is a time when emotions and tensions can run high in your horoscope. During a Full Moon, the lunar orb connects with the Sun in a straight line and reflects its light.  When there is…

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Like the moon gradually decreasing in size, you have to be ready to let go of stuff. Throughout the month you’ve been hurt, broken, or angered in many ways. It’s under this moon that you will let go of all grudges and release all anger.  The terminators of the Earth and moon align at first and last…

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In astronomy, a new moon marks the first lunar phase. … As a new moon represents the start of a new lunar cycle, it symbolizes new beginnings. People use the energy of a new moon to achieve their goals or start on a new project. They also reflect on their old goals and set themselves new ones.  Times are approximate.

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First quarter: This particular moon cycle signifies decision making.  The moon is 90 degrees away from the sun in the sky and is half-illuminated from our point of view. We call it “first quarter” because the moon has traveled about a quarter of the way around Earth since the new moon.  Times are approximate.

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