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By Rebekah Shaman
After a few intense moons and the climax of the lunar eclipse in Aquarius, we can finally take a breather during this new moon in Virgo. This is a time for new beginnings - a new cycle. After the emotional onslaught of the two eclipses we are now offered the opportunity to get stuck into creative projects and work.
The Virgo moon is all about our contribution on the physical level. It gives us the opportunity to really knuckle down and do the mundane chores that have been ignored over the last few months, while we have been working on our inner selves. It also re-focuses us on giving something back to society/humanity, while following our passion and visions.
Over the full moon in Aquarius we had time to reflect on how to start living for the good of the whole rather than for personal gain. This theme keeps re-appearing and for good reason. Virgo reminds us that when we serve others our lives become happier and we feel more fulfilled.
The new moon is a time for reflection to take stock of recent events. Use this time to get your house in order cleaning and organising brings positive energy and can be a meditational practice for inner processing. Virgo energy enables us to continue our work without the emotional turmoil that the other signs can bring. It can also highlight things that have been neglected and need to be resolved.
Be aware not to become too nit-picky or overwhelmed by the clutter around you. Take simple steps, one at a time and use the diligence, determination and perseverance of this moon to help you clear and order your home, office and affairs.
This moon will keep you busy, so make sure you feel fulfilled and passionate about what you are doing. If work is not rewarding, this is a great moon to move on and start something new. A new course, hobby, sport or other activity can open up new pathways on many levels. Follow what you love and rediscover inspirations that may have been laid to one side.
Rebekah Shaman is the author of the the book "The Shaman's Last Apprentice", she also has a ethical and sustainable company called 'Hemp Global Solution'. The company aims to reinstate hemp as the number one crop on the planet and re-educate, lobby and promote the importance of this plant so that we can create a sustainable future for our children.
Rebekah's website is:www.rebekahshaman.com