Why This Moon is Different

January 20th is a new moon.  It’s a super moon and an Aquarius new moon so it’s closer to the earth, larger to the eye, and brings transformative, imaginative powers.  A new moon is a blank slate  for you to write your dreams on. You can make use of this life-changing  energy by making an intention right now.

Close your eyes, take a deep breath.  Do it again.  Now feel the center of your energy right behind the naval.  Keep breathing and visualize  something wonderful for yourself, something in the way you’d like to feel.     Put that intention to the super new Aquarian moon and know that as that moon waxes to fullness over the next two weeks, so too will your intention.  When the full moon arrives on February 3rd,  give yourself one more great blast of that intention.  Now feel the shift.

[The January New Moon image was created digitally by artist  Marina Kanavaki    It came to me via blogger  David Kanigan.]


About the Author:

Jeanne Mayell is a professional intuitive and author who gives private life readings and offers tools to help people develop their psychic abilities. In 2015, Mayell was named by Coast to Coast AM radio as one of America’s most gifted Tarot readers. Holding Master Degrees from the Harvard School of Public Health and the Harvard Graduate School of Education, an MA in Counseling Psychology from Framingham State University, and published in The Atlantic and other national journals, she is not only a gifted intuitive, but brings an academic and intellectual perspective to the world of psychic readings and intuition training. Sensing that an era of profound and accelerated change is upon us, Mayell has been teaching people to expand the intuitive gifts we are all born with. In this way, we will be able to navigate the coming changes for ourselves, our families and others. She teaches classes in Tarot, Prophecy, Positive Psychology, and mindfulness — all ways to find inner guidance. Mayell has also worked as a health writer (Atlantic Monthly, American Health Magazine, and EastWest Journal), and was the Massachusetts Medicaid Director, a policy analyst for the City of New York’s health and welfare programs, and a research consultant on national health and welfare programs. She has co-authored two books on health and welfare and is currently writing a book on intuition and the Tarot.

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