The Spiritual Influence Of The Virgo New Moon Energies

by Edith Boyer-Telmer

Dear Friends,
on September 9th we will be collectively experiencing a New Moon at 16 degrees and 59 minutes in the zodiac sign of the Virgo. This New Moon event is bringing a particularly grounding and earth orientated energy field into our world, helping us anchor all the I AM light and intense insights we have generated over the last two month of the eclipse season and Lions gate impact.
For the collective awakening process of humanity into the Golden Age of Aquarius, this is an important moment for many beings to reconnect with earthly wisdom and understand planet earth again as partner in creation, rather than an ever giving source of personal comfort and wealth.

Take a walk in the woods my friends and allow yourself to notice the deep exchange that naturally is happening between the surrounding trees, animals, plants, the light and our human emotions. We are at any time united in one field of existence on this planet, and if you truly want to experience this knowledge as a feeling, the Virgo New Moon field is the perfect time to do so.

Our emotions affect the atmosphere around us, and other people, because emotions influence the electromagnetic field our heart emits.
Sam Owen

Any patch of sunlight in a wood will show you something about the sun which you could never get from reading books. These pure and spontaneous pleasures are ‘patches of God light’ in the woods of our experience.
C.S. Lewis

Think the tree that bears nutrition:
though the fruits are picked,
the plant maintains fruition.

So give all the love you have.
Do not hold any in reserve.
What is given is not lost;
it shall return.
Kamand Kojouri
The Libra New Moon field right now is not only providing us with the amazing opportunity of finding back to a loving oneness with the forces of mother earth, but also for a renewed relationship with our physical body. A profound homecoming in understanding the sacred sanctuary that the physical body truly is for each of us. Its a perfect time to check your eating habits, your exercise pattern and take time to contemplate what you can do to increase your physical health.

Within you there is a stillness and a sanctuary to which you can retreat any time and by yourself.
Hermann Hesse

The keys to health and weight-loss: stress reduction, sleep, deep breathing, clean water, complete nutrition, sunshine, walking, stretching, meditation, love, community, laughter, dreams, perseverance, purpose, humility, action.
Bryant McGill

Last but not least, the Virgo New Moon is inviting us to take a very close look at all of our human relationships, and to profit from the healing energies it is delivering to us. Take this brillant chance and make yourself familiar with the power of forgiveness in our life, for example with a practice cycle using the Hoʻoponopono phrase.

The Hoʻoponopono is an ancient Hawaiian healing practice centered around forgiveness. We can use this energy field that so many beings have prayed to before us already, in order to evoke a deep experience of transformation and letting go.
This is how it goes: Start with breathing into the heart, visualizing each breath coming in and out of your higher heart. Then visualize being in the same room as everybody you might want to offer your forgiveness and all you feel like owning an apology as well. Start by looking deep into the eyes of each and every one of them and than whisper the classic Hoʻoponopono phrase. Repeat the Mantra as often as it takes for you to feel the energy changing within your heart.

“I’m sorry.
Please forgive me.
Thank you.
I love you.”

If you are already in touch with any of the Ascended Masters active on the violet flame, than you might also enjoy working with this healing prayer, designed to combine inner alchemy with the purification of mother earth.

Violet Flame Prayer for the Earth
I AM a being of violet fire
I AM the purity God desires.
Earth is a planet of violet fire
Earth is the purity God desires.
Dear ones, I hope this bits and pieces of insides into the spiritual background of the upcoming New Moon in Virgo are helping you navigate the energy field these days. I hope you all feel strong and inspired to use the powerful earth forces present right now, and take yourself a step further along the way of manifesting your true soul dreams!
Love and Moon Blessings
Edith

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Capricorn New Moon – Hope, Change & Balance Increase

new-capby Edith Boyer-Telmer

Dear Friends,
here we have arrived at the first big energetic event of the year. The heavens are blessing us with a Capricorn New Moon within the first Mercury retrograde phase of 2016. It is a powerful constellation to start of the cycle of a brand new year. In my post “Welcome 2016”, I mentioned that the numerology of this year is bringing the vibrations of higher wisdom and authentic expressions into the collective mix of our lives. This magnificent New Moon supports us in the awakening of this qualities, by providing us with the inner strength and hope to overcome any kind of obstacles we may encounter on our personal and collective paths.
Pretty much the whole energy field during December 2015 was an invitation to fill ourselves up with light impulses, profound understanding and frequencies of the divine Christ Light, the I AM awareness that manifests our Light Body Process. The events of the 12/12/15 Frequency Gateway, the Full Moon, the Solstice, the Christmas Days and the Solar Storms on New Years Eve, have all been preparation for to be ready for a jump into this amazing wave right now.
This beautiful New Moon is in Capricorn comes with a Venus/Saturn alignment. That means we are collectively confronted with challenges, opportunities and life situations that may profoundly change our personal few on how we live our love relationships, approach our finances, run our businesses and how we are grounding our personal energy field into this world. Over all can expect this moon energies to feel quite balanced, as there are equally strong benevolent and maleficent impacts meeting.1pBut at the same time there is a powerful Uranus/Pluto square coming with this first New Moon of the year, and that can trigger changes which make us question completely our authentic role in this precious lifetime. That means for the ones who are ready to live in an internal state of balance and harmony, this union will strongly increase, for the once who have not found a place of balancing the forces inside – it might be quite a challenging weekend!!! The creative powers of the cosmos are giving us the energetic support to break through, overcome and transform, what ever is in our way to a collective awakening into the Golden Age of Aquarius. As Mercury went retrograde on January 6, there is always a chance for technical problems and computer trouble to show up, as electronics often get irritated when Mercury is retrograde.
The star sign of Capricorn stores another collectively important theme. The fears and past life impacts we are still vibrating with, according to our governments, police forces, the military and big corporations. With this New Moon we now have the chance to let go of all this energies of abuse, and the power they have to control the masses. The amazing cleansing of the first chacra that we also experienced last month, has enabled us to do so. And that will present the human race with a clearer picture for the path of our evolution, and show us the way of where we are going next. We know, every New Moon is also a good time for a New Beginning. A time to set our intentions, dream our most inspired dreams, and think big when we make important decisions for our personal and collective future. I hope this amazing New Moon will aDear Ones, I hope you have a wonderful time with this powerful Capricorn New Moon energies. I hope you have been breathing in the intense light of the I AM presence last month, and are ready to harvest the fist ripe fruits this wonderful weekend!! Keep breathing deeply, keep shining your light and having fun on bringing your true self into the world. Make your choices and New Beginnings from a place of inner peace and authenticity, and you can expect incredibly beautiful blessings to come your way soon!!
Love and Moon Shine! Edith

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People and Trees: Intimately Connected Through the Ages

Trees are considered sacred in many cultures. Tree worship, in one form or another, has been practiced almost universally by ancient peoples in every corner of the globe.Tree of LifeFeatured Image: Tree of Life by Judith Shaw

Trees Speak to the Soul of Human Beings

It is no wonder that trees have captured the human imagination since the beginning of time. Their strength, deeply rooted in the Earth, is an inspiration. Their trunk and branches are a wonder of nature because they stand sturdy and impenetrable most of the time, yet they can flex and sway with the wind when needed.
The whisper of a breeze in their leaves or the sight of ants marching in a straight line up or down their trunks remind us of the magic of nature that trees embody. They live for hundreds or even thousands of years, and so we revere them as keepers of past secrets and sentinels of the future.
Watching their cycles of growth, shedding of leaves, and re-flowering in the spring, people have long perceived trees as powerful symbols of life, death, and renewal. Since the beginning of time, humans have had a sense that trees are sentient beings just like us, that they can feel pain, that they bleed when they are hurt. Trees even look like us. People have a trunk; trees have arms. And so we innately feel a deep connection to them.
Many people say they can feel a tree’s vibrational energy when placing their hand upon its bark. With their deep roots, trees carry significant grounding energy. We naturally feel peace and serenity when walking in the shade of trees or on a forest trail.

Trees Help Us Every Day

A recent study shows that trees remove so much pollution from the air that they “prevented 850 human deaths and 670,000 cases of acute respiratory symptoms in 2010 alone.” When an insect called the emerald ash borer killed off a significant number of trees in the American Midwest in the 1990’s and 2000’s, rates of human death from cardiovascular and respiratory illness increased.
More difficult to quantify is the psychological effect that trees have on people. People who spend time outdoors, or even those who have access to windows looking out at trees, have been shown to have better health than those who do not.

The Universal Tree of Life: Both Ancient and Modern

The concept of a Tree of Life, often symbolizing the connections between all life forms, is found in many religions and philosophies, dating back as early as ancient Egypt. The Egyptian tree of life symbolized creation and represented the chain of events that brought everything into existence.
Fast forward to modern science. The tree has become the quintessential symbol of biological evolution, as its ever-branching image poignantly depicts the unmistakable interconnections between all living species on the Earth.
The beautiful Tree of Life painting at the top of the article was shared with us by artist Judith Shaw. It was inspired by the ancient symbol of the Tree of Life as well as by Sacred Geometry.

91The Tree Leaf and Eternal Life

Consider this beautiful commentary from Thich Nhat Hanh reflecting on a tree leaf:

“I asked the leaf whether it was frightened because it was autumn and the other leaves were falling. The leaf told me, “No. During the whole spring and summer I was completely alive. I worked hard to help nourish the tree, and now much of me is in the tree. I am not limited by this form. I am also the whole tree, and when I go back to the soil, I will continue to nourish the tree. So I don’t worry at all. As I leave this branch and float to the ground, I will wave to the tree and tell her, ‘I will see you again very soon.’

… That day there was a wind blowing and, after a while, I saw the leaf leave the branch and float down to the soil, dancing joyfully, because as it floated it saw itself already there in the tree. It was so happy. I bowed my head, knowing that I have a lot to learn from the leaf because it is not afraid-it knew nothing can be born and nothing can die.”

thay-2013Cultural Beliefs About Trees

Trees are considered sacred in virtually every place where humans have settled.
There are many profound beliefs surrounding trees that people have held for millennia.
Here are some interesting and touching examples:

  • For the Sng’oi people of Malaysia, a person and a tree can belong with each other, and this relationship is maintained for life. Certain trees and certain people belong together. When a person belongs with a tree, they also belong with its offspring: any trees that grow from the seeds of the first tree, no matter how far the seeds may scatter. The Sng’oi people call upon their intuition to know which child trees have sprung from which parent trees.
  • The World Tree is said to dwell in three worlds: Its roots reach down to the underworld, its trunk sits on the Earth, and its branches extend up to the heavens. Many cultures share a belief that this tree is the Axis Mundi or World Axis which supports or holds up the cosmos. For the Mayan peoples, the Axis Mundi was a massive Ceiba (in other cultures, it is called Kapok) tree that stands at the center of the world. The Mayan beliefs reflect that human souls first came into being as the sacred white flowers on the branches of the Ceiba tree. Souls of the dead Mayan ancestors rose from the roots of the Axis Mundi up through its branches and into the celestial realms.
  • In Germanic regions, it was believed that mankind was created from tree trunks, echoing the perception that people and trees have much in common.
  • In Sweden, some trees were considered “wardens” and could guard a home from bad luck. The warden was usually a very old tree growing on the lot near the home. The family living there had such great respect for the tree that they would often adopt a surname related to the name of the tree.
  • yggdrasil_by_seless-d4caiaxA well-known sacred tree in Norse mythology was Yggdrasil, a giant ash tree that was said to link and shelter the nine worlds that were believed to exist.
  • In Irish and English folklore, fairies would be found wherever Ash, Oak, and Hawthorne trees grew together. Hawthorn trees were regarded as a powerful symbol of protection, and were often planted near houses to ward off lightning as well as evil spirits. On the dawn of Beltane, it was believed that women who bathed in the dew from a Hawthorne blossom would become beautiful, and men who washed their hands in the dew would become skilled craftsmen.
  • Buddhists have a deep reverence for the Bodhi tree, a type of fig tree with heart-shaped leaves, beneath which the Buddha is said to have meditated for 49 days, trying to reconcile his mind to the fact that there was suffering in the world. On the 49th day, he stood and thanked the tree for providing shade for him, and in that instant he attained enlightenment. Today, in the same location where the Buddha is believed to have sat, there grows a descendant of that same Bodhi tree. Buddhist myths say that the tree will live there until the world is destroyed, and the place where it grows will be the last place to be destroyed; and when the world is reborn, that site will be the first place to appear.
  • The villagers of Piplantri, in Rajasthan, India, celebrate the birth of each little girl by planting 111 trees in her honor. The entire village works together to plant and care for the trees. This tradition not only ensures that the environment will be able to support the increasing population of the village, but it has also brought harmony and a drop in crime to the village.
  • In Malaysia, people maintain a very intimate relationship with trees. “There is a practice of tree planting around houses to the extent that the walls and wooden structures are allowed to give way to the roots of creeping plants, purposely sown at the bases of these structures.” The graveyards in Malaysia are covered so thickly with trees that the entire grounds are cool and sheltered from the tropical sun. The trees are allowed to take root into the graves and it is said that the trees whisper prayers to the creator asking for forgiveness of past transgressions of those buried in that place.

Source: http://www.pachamama.org/blog/people-and-trees-intimately-connected-through-the-ages