The Full Moon and total Lunar Eclipse is Saturday, April 4 at 6:05 AM Mountain Daylight Time (MDT).
Those of you in the path of viewing, see it if you can. Honor this event as a marker of huge opportunities for change not only for yourself but also for the planet.
The New Moon is Friday March 20 at 3:36AM Mountain Daylight Time (MDT). There is a total solar eclipse at the same time visible in the Far East. The Spring Equinox is also on March 20, at 4:45PM Mountain Daylight Time (MDT). This is obviously a very powerful time and should be honored and not wasted.
Full Moon is Thursday, March 5 at 11:05 AM Mountain Standard Time (MST).
This full moon is excellent for anchoring a new bid for power and asking spirit for help. It is a good time for allowing yourself to receive the power from the moon and other elements of nature.
New Moon is Wednesday, February 18 at 4:47 PM Mountain Standard Time (MST).
This New Moon is a time to celebrate any and all improvements no matter how small or large in your life. Acknowledge yourself and all of your support with gratitude. Take some time to be still and allow all the focus and action towards improvement to settle, organize and balance. The New Moon is always a still point and this one being in Aquarius suggests being still and taking a breath in that stillness in order to allow something wonderful, eccentric and unexpected to land in your lap. Intend that whatever it is, it will be an improvement in some way.
Full Moon is Tuesday, February 3 at 4:08 PM Mountain Standard Time (MST).
Tell the truth to yourself about what is becoming obvious that needs improvement in your life. At the same time, acknowledge with gratitude the fullness and completion of what is being left behind as you move to improve what needs it.
New Moon is Tuesday, January 20 at 6:13 AM Mountain Standard Time (MST)
An important day for some kind of activation ceremony, ritual or special focus on something new that you are creating in your life. If you have a project or a new relationship or personal practice that is important to you, spend some extra time and energy honoring it and “feeding” it with creative energy as well as an upgraded commitment to do what it takes.
Winter Solstice is Sunday, December 21 at 4:03 PM MST (Mountain Standard Time) followed by the New Moon at 6:35 PM MST.
This is a uniquely powerful time and because the solstice and the New Moon fall on the same day, it is truly a time to say goodbye to the old and to anchor something new
Full moon is Saturday, December 6 at 5:27 AM MST (Mountain Standard Time).
This is a great time for observation and choices regarding RESPONSIBILITY. Make an inventory of what needs attention. Set some good boundaries and make some new choices. Do something that takes advantage of an opportunity that has emerged out of some situation that looks at first glance like a challenging limitation.