How to Make the Most of the Lunar Energy in Our Lives
We learn to know the influence of the moon on our lives and to make the most of its energy. The moon takes a journey of 29 days, 12 hours and 44 minutes. The count starts from the new moon when it shows us its unlit face and continues its journey until it becomes a full moon.
After the full moon, the waning moon phase begins and then returns to the new moon and the lunar cycle repeats. It is interesting to know the phases of the moon and to understand how to interpret them to make decisions or to start new projects in our lives.
New moon – First quarter
The first phase of the moon is the ideal time to seize new opportunities, to start new projects and to strengthen one’s company or work activity. It is the time of sowing, both in the garden and in the metaphorical sense.
After starting our new projects we will have to be patient and persevering, but the seeds that we will have planted in this phase of the moon will certainly develop.
Crescent moon – Second quarter
In the second phase of the moon, it is time to strengthen, nurture and grow your projects. Dedicate yourself to improving them, modifying them, expanding them and preparing them to the fullest.
You can also change old habits to transform them into a new lifestyle and you can implement a new way of thinking, acting and feeling. Commit yourself to everything that will soon give you success, such as organizing an inauguration, an exhibition or a wedding.
Full moon – Third quarter
We are in a phase of introspection. We can dedicate a moment of calmness to reflect on what we have achieved so far. We can assess our situation with more detachment and more clarity and in the meantime, we can start enjoying the results obtained and preparing ourselves emotionally to close a cycle.
This is not the best time to start new projects but it is ideal to reflect on what is already underway and to begin to reap the benefits of what we had sown previously.
Waning moon – Last quarter
It is time to carry out all the activities that we had started and that have cost us a great deal. We can use this period to cleanse ourselves both inside and outside. We cut what is not needed and prepare to welcome the new.
This period is recommended for cleaning the house, pruning the plants in the garden, making repairs at home. It is a phase of secrecy in which we can dedicate ourselves to everything that requires reflection, privacy, and silence.