“I’m so tired of feeling like I’m in a rut, running around in circles, doing so much but not doing the things I want…”
Does this sound familiar?
It’s been a common theme in the conversations I’ve been having with people this season. It seems like we’re all so…busy. Busy catching up, busy watching the clock, busy checking emails, busy with the errands and the chores and the plans we’ve made…
And as soon as a window of time becomes available to be alone, at home, with nothing to do…another invitation, text message, or task appears to fill that space.
It’s not always easy to carve out time to step back and look at the bigger picture of where all of your energy is going each day.
If you’re pouring yourself into the things you love and want to do, it’s a lot easier to go with the flow and feel aligned with the hustle and bustle.
But if you’re feeling resentful, burned out, over-committed, under-appreciated…
If you’re realizing that days, weeks or even months have gone by since you last had time to work on your art, read a book….
…or just have a day where you could do whatever you wanted, without having to watch the clock or plan your whole day around a specific schedule…
The days ahead give you a window of opportunity to step back and take a bird’s eye view of where your energy is going, and whether it’s time to redirect it elsewhere.
The New Moon in Sagittarius arrives on Tuesday, November 26 at 10:06 am. This is a new threshold in the rhythm of life that encourages you to reconnect to creativity, freedom, and spontaneity.
In today’s world, “freedom” can make some people bristle: “How dare you even think about working less, doing less, or saying no when we are all supposed to be producing, hustling, and available at all hours?”
But that’s the issue, isn’t it? The relationship we have constructed with time, productivity, and efficiency is so entwined with guilt that some of us have forgotten that we’re allowed to question why we do what we do.
Here’s the thing: Change is always possible.
It doesn’t have to be drastic, or dramatic. It doesn’t have to happen overnight. It doesn’t have to rock all the boats in your dock…but it may cause a wave or two.
That’s okay. The fiery energy of Sagittarius offers a boost of confidence to create a little more freedom, fun, and excitement in your life.
The Sagittarius New Moon can remind those around you that you are capable of saying no if you need help in that arena. And like the Eight of Wands, it encourage you to think about new possibilities and experiences.
On Wednesday, November 27, Neptune goes direct after being retrograde since June. This imaginative, poetic planet will help encourage you to nurture more of your dreams, make more time for creative pursuits, and manifest a gentle dream into reality.
If you are ready to look to a new horizon in your life, create new freedom, and expand your energy into the things that matter most to you, my New Moon Meditations are specifically designed to help you create the life you want to be living.
Get your meditations in time for Tuesday’s New Moon in Sagittarius and start making the changes you’re ready for now.
What will become possible for you this week?
Until next time,
p.s. If you’d like to work with the New Moon in Sagittarius using tarot as well, here’s a spread that will help:
1. What does freedom mean for me at this time?
2. What can I do to feel freer?
3. What is it time for me to focus on?
4. What dream of mine wants to become real?