New Moon Ritual: 3 Things to Do During the New Moon
A New Moon Ritual begins with a good mindset. A clean slate, an open field of possibilities that you get to set. Putting your efforts, intentions, and dreams out into the universe and taking actions towards these will take you to places that fear could never reach. Learning about new moon rituals has taught me exactly that. Starting over today, tomorrow, or exactly 28 days from now is the first step to entering into a brand new phase of life.
Think of the new moon phase as a way of checking in with yourself and nourishing your thoughts with love and reassurance. Tuning out the noise from the outside world and connecting from within. Use the new moon as a way to start a new cycle within your life journey.
Here are my go-to new moon rituals:
New month, new me right? Opening up the door for opportunities, knowledge, experiences, and all your passions can bring you to new heights, especially as the new moon sets in.
- It is never too late to begin something. Whether that means signing up for a meditation class, starting a business course, applying for a new role, or even picking up on your creative side, it all matters. Simply, start something during the new moon and see where it takes you.
Let your thoughts flood in during the full new moon to help create a better personal connection.
- Journaling allows us to reflect, reconnect, and refocus. It’s a healthy practice that can challenge you and help you open up to the possibility of change. The idea is to picture everything you’re seeking and write down what would happen next if it happened. How would you react? What would change about your life, habits, etc.?
When was the last time you actually were able to schedule time for a relaxing bath? Or did something that focused on taking care of your mind and body?
- Laying still in water infused with essential oils or bath salts will help cleanse and release any built up toxins and any negative energy.
- While laying in the bath during this phase, focus on cleansing your body and mind by releasing thoughts and becoming still until it feels close to effortless.