When working magick, we often want to consult different astrological occurrences before casting. The most common occurrence to consult is the phase of the moon. Each phase has a different correspondence and can aid in different types of spellwork. Read on to learn more about moon phase magick.
A sliver of silver is visible in the sky, and we know the moon is new. The energy of the moon is neutral due to being right in the middle of the waxing and waning phases. The new moon is a good time for new beginnings, hope, and starting over. It is also a good time for adding energy to goals you already have in motion or setting new goals entirely.
As the moon grows, so does the energy that is associated with it. The larger the moon grows, the brighter it gets in the sky as it is illuminated by the sun. The waxing moon is full of growing energy that is perfect for bolstering confidence, boosting creativity, and positive transformations.
With the night sky fully illuminated by the full moon, we are reminded that everything grows, and everything also diminishes. The full moon teaches us that we must work to achieve our potential, but not waste it away when the time comes. The energy of the full moon is good for all aspects of spellwork, as this is when the energy is most viable. It is often a tradition to honor the Goddess during the full moon with a ritual. It is during this time that we may manifest our desires, achieve our goals, and protecting what’s ours.
As the light of the moon begins to fade, so should our intentions. The sky begins to darken again, and we are reminded of the things that we should let go and move on from. The darkening sky is also a reminder of those we should forgive, and those who don’t deserve our forgiveness. Common forms of spellcasting using the energy from the waning moon include cleansing, moving on, binding, and releasing.
The night sky is dark and stars speckle the sky. The stars are more visible because the moon is nowhere to be seen. With no light visible from the moon, the darkness is a time of deep reflection and introspection. We rest and take peace with ourselves, remembering to let go of the things that no longer serve us.
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