My Body

“I am not your cornfield,
not your uranium mine, not your calf
for fattening, not your cow for milking.

You may not use me as your factory.

Priests and legislators do not hold
shares in my womb or my mind.

This is my body. If I give it to you
I want it back.

My life is a non-negotiable demand.”

~Marge Piercy,
‘Right to Life’ excerpt

Image: Venus by Susan
Seddon Boulet

Full Moon of Balance

Full moon in airy Libra, the champion of balance and fairness and equality.

Where are you out of balance with your true self?

What small steps can you take towards alignment and balance? What can you shed from your life? What can you add?

Who or what can help you create more balance?

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Image: Full Moon Over Alderfer
by Nancy L

New Moon in Fiery Aries


New moon in Aries, the fiery warrior for spiritual truth and justice.

Where are you out of alignment with your truth?
What parts of you need to be reclaimed and healed?
Are you using your innate wisdom and power in everyday life?
How can you embrace and honor your sovereign self?

Set intentions for what you want now.

Sovereign Full Moon in Leo

Fiery full moon in Leo. This moon is known as the Snow Moon in the northern hemisphere. Paradoxically, even as we turn toward spring, the heaviest snows blanket the land.

Leo is the champion of self-love, personal power and sovereignty.

Are there places or relationships where you need to stand up for yourself and your needs?

How can you honor and love yourself even more now?

Where do you need to shift in order to embrace your personal sovereignty and rule your own life?

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#selflove
#selfrespect
#sovereignty
#personalpower

Magical Full Moon in Gemini

Wild full moon in Gemini, the shape shifting, trickster fairy.

The fire of a Sagittarius Sun continues to burn bright and hot, fueled by the air of a Gemini Moon. But what will we do with all this fiery, transformative energy?

During the holidays, old hurts and pain tend to knock at our door. We can use all this fiery energy to fuel old hurts and resentments. That painful dance is a tradition as old as Yule.

Or… we can choose something new this year; We can choose to drop our old stories and use the fire to create a magical new tradition for ourselves.

We can love and honor ourselves and our needs. And when we’ve filled ourselves up with love, it will spill out of us and spread into the world, blessing everyone around us.

We can use the magic of Moonlight and Fire to turn this time into a season of love. Or not. It’s our choice.

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Image by Remedios Varo