Today is a day that is filled with possibility!
Because of the new moon (and the new year), it's a great day for setting powerful intentions. And because we are still within the 13 sacred days - which you can learn more about here - it's also a great day for getting intuitive wisdom to guide your intention-setting, and for seeding those intentions by experiencing what it is you want to create.
This new moon will push you to re-evaluate everything, from your goals for 2022 to how you can (finally) achieve that perfect work-life balance. - WomensHealthMag.com
Have you been feeling that energy? If so, this new moon is the reason why. It might feel like deciding on a new intention one day, and second-guessing yourself the next.
But be patient, because not only will that energy fade, but if you set intentions that are aligned with your intuitive wisdom, your heart and your soul, they will still be there, along with any action plans you make, when the new moon passes.
The New Moon in Capricorn
Whether or not New Year’s resolutions are your thing, the spiritual meaning of this lunation makes it a gorgeous time to clarify your personal intentions and make sure they align on a soul level. Allow yourself to dig deep into your soul to identify exactly why you want what you want under this new moon. - January New Moon, Bustle.com
The Capricorn new moon will offer motivation to set your intentions and then develop a grounded plan to manifest them. Because of planets and other signs connected to this new moon - Uranus and Taurus specifically, - you also may experience some exciting surprises, creative inspiration and eye-opening epiphanies that will empower your intentions even more.
Hosted by a deep, dark, blank-slate sky, you might imagine that the new moon is offering up a vision board on which you can scribble your intentions. New moons traditionally present a chance to get clear on long-term dreams, goals, and big-picture projects. And in order to lock them in, you can practice a ritual like opening up to a therapist or loved one, journaling, lighting a candle, or doing a visualization practice. - Shape.com
Once your intentions are set, why not solidify them by writing them down in your journal, creating a vision board and then visualizing every intention happening and feeling the way you want it to feel.
Create a Vision Board
Last month, I joined a Facebook group that my friend, Julie Jordan-Scott is leading. There is a daily writing prompt, and one day, the question was about who you would want to have with you, while sitting by the fire.
I immediately saw myself with my friends, hanging out around a fireplace, in a living room, and I could feel how good it felt to live there and to have them come over as guests.
And I am setting an intention for that to come true this year. We will be moving somewhere - it might as well be somewhere with a fireplace!
What is one of the dreams that you are hoping will come true this year?
See you tomorrow!