Indeed a very special new moon arrives this Wednesday, 10 April 2013 (and not just because it’s my birthday… hehe).
So, it’s in Aries the first sign of the zodiac and represents new beginnings, fast pace, enthusiasm and taking action. Astrologically, it’s the start of the new year.
According to Susan Miller, “Aries is associated with all things new, and with forging a new path in unknown, untried territory. Aries is also a sign that excels with entrepreneurial enterprises, so you may be taking first steps to make your dream a reality.”
And as an added punch, when the new moon enters Aries on Wednesday, it will be surrounded by a whopping 5 planets – the Sun, Mercury, Venus, Mars and Uranus!
What does this mean for us?
It begs us to look at our calling, our path, our passion. To connect with our personal goals and do something new.
It’s about doing what feels individually right to you and not worrying about what others think you should go after (thanks to Uranus’s influence). Whats in your heart, what do you truly desire?
Setting intentions are very important at this new moon, so take the time on Wednesday or Thursday and write down intentions for the coming month/rest of the year. Light a candle and meditate on them for a while.
“The universe is saying go for it all of us – start the new business, start the new project, start the new relationship, get on with your life. No more waiting, no more sitting back. Take action now.” (Kelly Rosano’s new moon video)
“The fire power of this planetary combination makes you unstoppable, so put your passion, your heart and your mind into your dreams, your desires and goals. Success will be experienced by those who don’t let fear cripple them.”
And perhaps that is the key.
So ask yourself, “What would I dare to do if I was not afraid?”
We don’t have to know how the future will work out to move forward. As Kelly says, “The ego keeps us stuck in fear. It takes courage to fall in love or put yourself out there.” Whats holding you back?
Take action. Go for what you want. The time is now.
Happy new moon!