The New Moon in Sagittarius awakens an inner need for many kinds of stimulation. Having recently completed a contemplative period, your body craves for some excitement now. You may find yourself daydreaming about travel to foreign lands, or maybe tackling a philosophical conundrum.
Boredom is an issue that has your fingers tapping restlessly. What are you to do about it? There are many ways to distract yourself. Maybe a road trip is in order. Or, how about a week in the wilderness? Maybe bungee jumping?
Mull over the many possibilities available to you. Pick something that is not only physically active, but offers you a learning experience as well. Think of options outside of your normal routine, even if it means something as simple as taking a different route home from work. Figure out how you can add a little spice in various areas to keep you from getting the doldrums.
If physical limitations that keep you from ranging too far, look at ways to travel mentally. Workshops, seminars, and classes can usually do the trick. Books have a way of taking us away from ourselves. Keep your brain satisfied and you won’t go wrong. If you crave more adventurous fare, remember to weigh the pros and cons before leaping into action.
Check out the feasibility in detail. Aim for an activity that you can look back on with pride rather than embarrassment.
The New Moon is considered to be the seed level for the rest of the month. It is on this day that we gather to learn about the influence of the month with a lecture specific to the energy of the coming month.
By meditating on the DNA sequences (Hebrew Letters) that created each month we can tap into the positve aspects of each month and avoid the negative aspects we may otherwise encounter. The month of Sagittarius was created by the letters Samech which created the sign of Sagittarius and the letter Gimel which created the planet Jupiter with Karen Berg.