Summer Solstice – a Celebration of the Light

The Summer Solstice is the time of the longest day, a time when the sun shines brightly upon us all. It is also the time of the shortest night, marking the turning of the year towards the dark times. In Arizona, the Summer Solstice is a time to celebrate the rains to come and pray for our good harvest. 

We will be meeting on Facebook Live on Saturday afternoon, June 18th, 2022 at 6:30 pm, to honor this time of new growth and innocence. 

The ceremony is approximately 30 minutes long.  Suggested love offering of $10, but none will be turned away for lack of funds.

New Moon in Gemini on May 30th

This New Moon period is beginning on Monday, May 30th at 4:30 am AZ time (PDT)

This also represents the end of one lunar cycle and the beginning of another. Astrologically, this means that both the Sun and Moon are in the same sign, and as of May 30th, they are both in Gemini. The new moon is an opportunity to restart, and a new moon can help usher in a welcomed change. It’s a time to commit to new personal goals and to improve our conversation skills.

This new moon in Gemini manifests itself as the need for changes and spontaneity and maybe more lightness and humor and just having fun. Communication is easier, however, remember that harmony of thinking and feeling is important. This is a refreshing energy after the solar eclipse – much lighter and easier for good communications, not as intense as the past month has been.

Find out more by watching the video:

Also, stay tuned for more information about our Summer Solstice ceremony on June 18th at 6:30 pm. We will be letting you know more about that soon.

Full Flower Moon in Scorpio on May 15th, 2022

The Full Moon period that we are beginning on Sunday night, May 15th is exact at 9:14 pm AZ (PST) time. This is also known as the Flower Moon, which is traditionally representing the time of the year when flowers are in full bloom all over the place. The days grow longer and temperatures grow warmer and all of nature is celebrating. It is also in the spirit and energy of Beltane, the season we are currently experiencing since May 1st. This is a time of love, laughter, celebration, and pleasure!

We have a full moon when the sun and moon are considered in opposition. Astrologically, this means that both the Sun and Moon are in opposing signs, and right now, the sun is in Taurus until May 20th, when it enters Gemini at 6:23 pm AZ time. And although the Moon is in Scorpio for this full moon, it will be exiting Scorpio on just a few hours later on May 16th at 4:50 am (AZ time). A full moon is a time of bringing things to completion, and this particular full moon is set to wash away negative energies to make room for more positive energies, especially in areas of healing, abundance, and prosperity. It’s time for US to blossom and to grow. Allow the Light of awareness to assist us in ridding ourselves of shame, guilt, and embarrassment through self-reflection. This is a time to see ourselves in a whole new Light (The light of the Full Moon).

Watch the video to learn more about this Full Moon Period.

Blessings of the Full Moon to you!