Possibilities are always revealed in the moonlight.
Did you manage to catch the moon last night?
It hung so big and bright in the sky, casting its brilliance over the water, the mountains and the town where I live.
As I bathed in its light I thought of how this act of moon gazing links us to each other, and links us to our loved ones across the ages. This is the same moon my beloved grandparents stood beneath, the same moon that shone on my parents when they were children, the same moon that has witnessed the unfolding of humanity across generations and millennia.
I thought of all of you who were also looking at the moon, all of you under this same sky, and I sent you love and blessings. Who has not spent time gazing at a full moon at some stage in their lives? She is a dancer in our skies, a constant in our lives, and I love the feel of her gentle pull.
It made me think of the many times I have looked towards the heavens and revelled in a full moon. It brought to mind cold clear nights of frost as I stood in a paddock, balmy summer nights on beaches, lying on the decks of boats looking skywards, the moon following our car as we drove through the night, a hospital bed.
I meditated under last night’s moon, charged up some crystals and water, and then sat quietly long into the night, just breathing and being still in all that bright silence.
I’m a little tired this morning, but gee, it was worth it.
Welcome, September and your many blessings.
Much love, moonbeams and magic, Nicole xx