Beautiful way to welcome the New Year with a Super-Fullmoon Meditation! This Fullmoon in Cancer flows with ease if we are aligned to our values and purpose. Take a peek at those goals you set for the New Moon December 18th. Does anything need to be refined? Maybe think about this while you enjoy the meditation below. Cancer opposes Venus, with the Moon opposing the Sun. What does this mean? Let’s shine a light on our perceptions and ensure there is balance in our lives.
- Are our relationships balanced and healthy? Could you be more open, or do you need to moderate your emotions? Is there anyone you need to forgive, including yourself, and any healing to be done?
- How is your work-life balance? Are you creating enough time to nurture yourself in your 2018 goals?
- And your health – are you pursuing balance in your diet, your physical activity, your emotional responses, your pursuit of goals? An over-emphasized focus on health and the physical body is also not balanced.
If something is not balanced, take a deeper look. Are you trying to protect yourself? How can you be more authentic? This moon represents creativity to raise your vibration higher and achieve more, simply by being in alignment.
Begin by creating a comfortable, quiet space for yourself. This link is a beautiful to tune into the natural tone of nature 432Hz is the tone of nature linking back to 8Hz which is the basic ‘heartbeat’ of frequency, as documented by Schumann. Music helps because our bodies automatically try to align to the vibration – this is why I love using the crystal bowl in class.
Once you are seated with your eyes lightly closed, begin by inhaling deeply into your lungs, stomach, and exhaling through the mouth completely. Try this 10 times as your bring your shoulders to your ears, and exhale to relax.
Coming into a steady flowing Ujjayi breath (inhale and exhale flow into each other creating the sound of the ocean), imagine drawing pure white, cleansing light in. As you exhale, allowing any unnecessary energy to leave in the colour of bright pink- indigo to evaporate. Continue your breath bringing this white light to your Root Chakra, imagining roots or a golden cord extending from you into the Earth. Allow this white light to stream through your body, shining out from your body a little more every time, until you are surrounded with bright white light.
From here you can come into Nadi Shodana as explained in the meditation of our December New Moon blog, if you need more balance. Or you can continue to practice Ujjayi, slowly extending the inhale and exhale to 7 counts or more. We are slowing the breath, yet it should be effortless. As you continue to breathe, bring your awareness to your Heart Chakra. What do you sense here? And to the Third Eye. What is it telling you?
May this new year be filled with blissful peace and alignment,