New Moon In Gemini
As we know, the Moon cycles affect the Earth’s magnetic fields.
During the New Moon, because the magnetic field is weaker, we may find ourselves struggling more than usual with inner conflicts and negativity. We may also tend to feel the weight of the present situations as unbearable.
Despite the discomfort, the darkness of the New Moon allows us to go within and adds awareness about the challenges we face, as things may not flow as it would during the Full Moon when the high level of the magnetic field uplifts the planet.
The New Moon is a time for a new beginning, but also a time for endings and the New Moon in Gemini on May 22nd is a very special one.
Gemini is a sign of duality, duplicity, giving and receiving, fast-moving, and restless. It is also a sign of communication and playfulness and likes questioning everything.
Perfect for the times in which we are.
We are in a changing time, a time of global awakening.
We are entering a “truth revealing era” that is creating shock, denial, and opposing positions everywhere in the world.
We are also entering a house of retrogrades that shows that we have more work to do before going forward. With four planets in retrograde, we are invited to access our higher consciousness and look inside to find solutions outside.
To navigate our daily activities, It is essential we use flexibility and focus on the good that is happening in our everyday life while becoming intentional with our words and actions since our lives and plans are changing at a high rate of speed.
Gemini is about duality and highlights the inner duality that we all have within, and it’s asking us to transform it into unity.
Unfortunately, we look for this unity outside ourselves when we try to impose our opinion on others. In the attempt to agree on common ground, we don’t know how to cope when people disagree with us since we feel we are failing and that the world is going to fall apart.
But right now, we need to view this process in a new way.
We need to look at our inner duality and become one inside, educate ourselves, understand how the world is moving, and then take a stand to support what and who we believe in.
At the same time, allowing everyone else to have the same process and to stand for their own opinion, and if necessary, simply agree to disagree.
Maybe we won’t be unified in our positions, but we can unify in respect and how we interact with each other.
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