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What can the new moon in Sagittarius do for you?

Did you know that November 23rd marked the start of a brand-new moon cycle? It’s the end of eclipse season, and there’s a new moon in Sagittarius – a fresh start has been much-needed, and it’s FINALLY here. It’s time to breathe out the stress you’ve been holding in your body and begin again. It’s time to reset.

A new moon in Sagittarius spells out some genuinely great things, so let’s take the time to break them down. What will we feel in the next few days and weeks, and how can we use this lunar-zodiac combination of energy to our benefit?

Firstly, let’s get to grips with the psychological meaning of the new moon phase. Many know that the full moon can be an emotional time at which our feelings are heightened. We’re so controlled by the ocean tides – when they swell, so do our hearts. When they light up with lunar sparkle, so do our minds. But the new moon has its own powerful abilities for all the same reasons, and we must explore those today.

The new moon is like a mirror to the full moon. A counterpoint. The other side of the coin. The new moon phase is a time to reflect, think and find calm in a year that has been so tumultuous and filled with unexpected confusion. In a million different ways, it’s probably exactly what you need right now.

But there’s more… This is a new moon in Sagittarius. The classic Sagittarius traits are a beautiful bunch – kindness, humor, honesty, optimism, endless fun and spontaneity. If you have a Sagittarius loved one or are yourself a Sagittarius, you’ll know the blessings of the sign well.

Placed in the context of the new moon, it’s easy to see that this won’t be the usual period of somber thought and self-assessment. While the reflective time surrounding the new moon can sometimes be tinged with sadness or silence, this time definitely won’t be. It won’t be about asking, “What did I do wrong this past month?” It will be about asking, “What amazing opportunities can I seize in the month to come?”

 Often, this is the difference between effective, valuable self-reflection and destructive, time-wasting self-reflection. As you evaluate and rest, try to keep your head as firmly planted in the present and future as it can be. The context of the past is only valuable insofar as it informs what comes next. Beyond that, it isn’t worth dwelling on!

Essentially, this new Sagittarius moon is a good impetus to start reflecting or change how you reflect. Ask the right questions, and you’ll think up the right answers. Consider the path ahead carefully and make the best-placed decisions to take you where you truly want to go. There’s no better time for it than right now.

Athena Dykman, a native Canadian, has seen and done it all. Besides Numerology, Taro, and Astrology, Athena is an intuitive reader - she's been in business for over 10 years as a personal advisor. Since 2020, she has been writing for MyAstrology. Her topics range from occultism to esoterica to art to parenting to feminism to fortune telling.

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