Full Moon Update 10-20-21

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Dear Friends,

Full Moon in Aries is Wednesday, October 20 at 8:56 AM Mountain Daylight Time (MDT).

Also called the Blood Moon, this full moon opens a portal to drama, power, aggression, passion, challenge, opportunity and a bigger energy than we are used to dealing with on a daily basis. Known among native cultures as the Hunter’s moon, this moon supports action, being assertive, and moving forward with power. Watch for impulsive behavior, power struggles and aggression. More than any other recent time frame, this is one to be careful of what you ask for. It is also super important to stay positive, optimistic and to harness the passion for your clear intentions instead of being negative about what is not working and who is “doing you wrong”.

If you are prone to excess and addictions, this may either be a difficult time frame for you, or one where you find the discipline to release the patterns so you can reinvent your habits in a healthier way. This full moon can either jump start you into a new and amazing direction or it can catapult you into a negative spiral downward. If you allow your judgments and negative emotions to get in the way, you won’t have an easy time of it. This is an opportunity to break free of an old operating system. There is likely to be “breakage and breakdown” as you and others adjust to a new way of being. Be patient with your environment, the feelings of others, stay in your own lane, and say some good prayers. This is a big one! Focus on the opportunities for change and improvement. Avoid conflict, arguments, power struggles, and the need to be right.


Join Jose for a very helpful Full Moon shamanic healing session working with release and reinvention and harnessing the power of this time frame. Wednesday, October 20. 7PM MDT

Mark your calendars for our yearly TRENDS live webinar Thursday December 9. 7-9PM MT. Details will be shared at the beginning of November.

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Lena Stevens

Lena is an internationally known teacher and shamanic practitioner. She apprenticed for 10 years with a Huichol Shaman from Mexico and has studied cross cultural shamanic healing from numerous traditions including the Amazon basin, Native American, Northern European and Siberian. Lena has taught and worked with individuals, groups, businesses and communities for the past 25 years, helping to bring shamanic nature based wisdom back into people's lives. One of her specialities is the woven song tradition of the Shipibo tribe in the Peruvian Amazon, the singing of Icaros or healing songs. The individual healing work with these energy patterns through song and other shamanic techniques has had a powerful impact on her clients. Lena is the co-author of the "Secrets of Shamanism, How to Tap the Spirit Power Within" and a contributor to "The Power Path". Along with husband and partner Jose, she is the co-founder and one of the primary instructors of Power Path Seminars and the School of Shamanism.