Late summer here in the South, with its humid subtropical climate, is hibernation time. We're about to cover a lot of the garden with fresh hay (to keep weeds from taking over!), and take a breather. It's been a very demanding summer, mostly physically, and I look forward to a staycation until fall planting season.
It's a time of being a bit wilty from the Sun, and when fruit busts or rots on the vine. There are some pungent smells from all this organic goodness, drawing opportunistic bugs from all over! It's a peak, the last days of Sun in Leo, before the gleaning and composting of Fall.
New Moons are a time to sit with the muse, chillax, let go of what's falling off anyway. This Friday's New Moon is in Leo, and is ideal for active visioning. Leo shines when in the present moment, with every cell buzzing and 'on fire.' A Leo way of being receptive at the New Moon is alert, like the Lion lounging with his pride.
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