The moon represents yin energy in yin/yang theory of opposites. Yin is feminine, soft, yielding and still – like the darkest of nights. Never conflicting with the yang sun, the moon complements and completes the cycle of nature that regenerates while at rest. This interdependence makes all things yang possible.
While the sun inspires us to reach out in action to effect change, the moon challenges us to recognize and trust the wisdom we already possess. Take a moment tonight to go outside and bathe in the light of the full moon, allowing her gentle energy to restore your nature and to honor and recall your trusted intuition.
Wishing you good ch’i,
Diane Gallin, CFSC