Moon conjuncts Mars and the South Node in Aquarius: Lessons in Preparation for the Lunar Eclipse (27 July 2018)

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The Moon conjuncts Mars in Aquarius and the South Node right now. This is an important precursor to July 27th´s Lunar Eclipse that will see the Moon conjuncting Mars and the South Node yet again – whilst opposing the Sun.

Whatever is presenting itself to you is an indicator of what you may be facing during the Eclipse itself. So it´s a good time to start preparing and covering your bases.

This is an excellent time to work with meditative techniques, tools and perspectives that help us release attachments. Be it to people, ideas, cellular memories and/or energetic contracts.

If emotions are getting out of hand (often as the precursor to change), work with something calming like lepidolite. Working with a gemstone can mean meditating with it or simply wearing it (for starters).

You may also want to listen to Solfeggio Frequencies (available online) as these pieces of audio/meditative music allow you to process and release what is needed at a sub-conscious level.

Here are two websites to start your explorations with:

http://solawakening.com/solfeggio-frequencies-2/
http://www.meditativemind.org/benefits-of-music-based-on-7…/

Having a bath or foot soak with sea salt and/or frankincense essential oil would be of immense benefit now. Or burn the resin whilst you´re in the bath and allow yourselves to be bathed in the smell.

Allow yourselves to release whatever needs letting go of.

Visualize yourselves being surrounded and filled by the golden light to fill the spaces that have now been unburdened.

And let the healing continue.

You can repeat this regularly in the buildup to the Eclipse – it´s good general practice in any case.

Blessings and Love 

Dr. Bairavee Balasubramaniam PhD
The Sky Priestess

 

Post © Bairavee Balasubramaniam, 2018. All rights reserved.

Image: Public Domain Image from pixabay.com.

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