I don't think so. But someone who was once very important to me used to think so. And I'm sure other people do as well. On the face of it, spending time under moonlight, or gazing at the moon doesn't really make sense. Unless you know how powerful it is.
Have you experienced the power of the moon? To find out how I fell in love with the moon and discovered its power, click here.
(4) Find out what has been keeping you from manifesting it. (5) Heal it. Once you complete those five steps, use the next full moon to supercharge your moon wish and create the path for manifesting it unhindered by the blocks you've just healed.
I will be taking most of the month off this month to get ready for the start of the new homeschooling year. Though we did some work over the summer, and will start a little early toward the end of the month, the bulk of the next year has yet to be planned (oh boy!).
So I usually give myself the month of August to work on it. But I may pop in here from time to time. I do have wishing wand Wednesdays planned, so you are invited to tell me your wishes each week. And I think I'll share some pics with you, hoping to enchant you. :)
And then, I'll be back in September, probably after the Labor Day weekend.
I hope the rest of your summer is magical...
"I didn't know what I could say I'd accomplished [during her faery-finding summer]. But I knew one thing. I was different now. And yet I felt more myself than I had ever been. In leaving one life behind to go on a search for the fantastical, I had rediscovered a whole new one. In chasing the beliefs I had as a child, I'd somehow managed to grow up. And I truly liked the woman I'd become.
I'd spent so much time with people who were living magical lives -- from Brian and Wendy Froud to the entire peaceful and progressive community at Findhorn. And in seeing the way these people chose to live, their values, how they treated one another, the planet, the wonder with which they greeted each day of living, I was able to see the world around me as enchanted once again, too." ~~Faery Tale, Signe Pike