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Moon Meditation: “I am willing to heal.…”

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  • 1. Moon Meditation: “I am willing to heal.…”The Full Moon on December 28th (2:21 AM PST, 8 degrees Cancer/Capricorn) presents achallenging way to end the year.The energetic Sun aligns with transforming Pluto and is pulled in the opposite direction by theemotional moon. And then earthquaking Uranus yanks on you from the side to set you free ofold patterns and beliefs.Of course it is a good thing to release and transform, but the process is not always comfortable.You are viewing several different perspectives on your life now.Pluto destroys anything that gets between you and God Source. An image is Archangel Michaelusing his sword to remove fears, ego, and self-esteem limitations. This cutting away helps youuse your power in the world while connected to the one source of all that is.The result is quite good, but the healing and releasing process is not always fun. Allow yourselfto be pulled apart so that you can be reintegrated in the weeks ahead. Mix business andpleasure in the coming weeks.Thursday December 27 – Moon Meditation: “I am willing to heal.…”Yasmin Bolandmoon in Gemini: Think about something in your life which happened a long time ago and whichstill upsets you. Now, how are you meant to heal it? The answer is simple, you have to forgive it.Forgive whoever was involved, whoever hurt you, whoever was a catalyst in the situation. As wehead towards the end of the year, it’s time to throw our baggage overboard. It’s really easier todo than you might think. Accept that people are doing the best that they can and pray for them.That’s how to do it! * Forgive anyone who has hurt you. Ever. 1/2
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