It could get messy as we head towards the Libra full moon total lunar eclipse on Sat 4th April, in a very fiery Aries.

It has already been a very intense time on the planet, influenced by the increased solar flares, solar eclipse, Spring Equinox, the past new moon, and the Pluto/Uranus square.

As the rebel gives us a kick from within, and the ‘fuck it‘ attitude is in full flow we are seeing extreme behaviour being displayed both in the wider world, as well as in our personal lives.

It is getting harder and more challenging to deny the darkness that is prevailing on our planet right now, yet at the same time the consciousness is shifting rapidly, as more and more people realise that things are not going to suddenly right themselves, and we are all in this together.

Thank goodness then, for this Libra full moon, the sign of balance, equilibrium and justice, ruled by Venus, the planet of love and beauty that is taking the edge off the harshness we may be experiencing.

No one is immune to the energy, as anything that is not in alignment with our truth will be brought to the surface. This can be a painful experience, but Venus applies the balm this moon cycle so that we can face things more harmoniously .

For those of you who have been following your truth and spring cleaning anything that is not serving you – this moon will start showing you the rewards, as we start seeing the first fruits of our labours manifest in reality.

Those of you who are still in denial, the truth will be impossible to ignore after this lunar eclipse. This can be either liberating or devastating depending on your perspective and how attached you are to things.

The Libra moon is all about balancing our individual ego needs with our responsibility to ourselves, our family, our friendships and everything else that inhabits this planet. If you are giving too much of yourself away to others and not receiving in equal measure, you may well find yourself feeling burnt out, emotional, and exhausted over this moon.

See this as a wake up call to show us if we have our work and personal life is in balance, and where we need to make changes. It has become way to easy to become so stressed and busy that we miss life’s most beautiful moments.

During this moon cycle make time every day to stop and be mindful. Bring yourself back to the present, to enjoy the beautiful magical moments that are constantly occurring around you.

Enjoy the change in season, spend quality time with your kids, feel the wind in your hair, and the sun on your face, enjoy the synchronicity, delight in eating good, healthy, nutritious food. Breath deep and feel gratitude for being alive!

When we pay attention to all the blessings and the things that are positive and make us feel good, we automatically feel happier and more content.

I will end this Lunascope with the wise words of Bryan Dyson:

Imagine life as a game in which you are juggling some five balls in the air. You name them – work, family, health, friends and spirit and you’re keeping all of these in the air. You will soon understand that work is a rubber ball.

If you drop it, it will bounce back. But the other four balls – family, health, friends and spirit are made of glass. If you drop one of these, they will be irrevocably scuffed, marked, nicked, damaged or even shattered. They will never be the same. You must understand that and strive for balance in your life.”


About The Author

Rebekah Shaman trained with a traditional Peruvian ayahuasquero shaman in the Amazon, after he called her in a vision while she was working in a hotel in Machu Picchu.

Over the last 17 years she has been integrating what she learnt to be able to teach it within a western context. She facilitates traditional Ayahuasca ceremonies in Peru, runs regular shamanic retreats and workshops throughout UK and Europe, and has been lecturing on her experiences with plant medicines for the last nine years.

Rebekah also has a shamanic practice, offering healing, coaching and empowerment readings, and is author of her self-published book ‘The Shaman’s Last Apprentice’ www.livingshamanically.com www.rebekahshaman.com



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