with Sandra & David Mosley
Ancient Art of Time Management
the earliest simple etchings of moon phases on sticks, humanity has
looked for ways to identify, measure and predict the timing of events.
The cycles of the Sun, Moon and Earth are the bases for our calendars
-- tools for synchronizing our activities with the rest of the world.
Lunar rhythms affect us all. These regularly repeated cycles describe
the process of manifestation. They can be applied to business
endeavors, creative projects and personal growth with amazing results.
new cycle offers us the opportunity to know ourselves a little better;
to enhance our productivity, to become aware of our response patterns,
to practice our spirituality and to live life more fully.
Working with the eight phases as stages in a cycle encourages us to
view life as a process by emphasizing continuity and evolution. The
balance of spiritual values and material realities inherent in our approach
grounds and supports creativity, bringing it to life.
encourage you to make use of the information provided on this site.
The Moon Phase Journal (coming soon), in particular, is a
great tool for getting "On-Time".
is the study of celestial cycles and their interrelationships; a symbolic
language, rich in depth of meaning.
provides a map of themes, issues, challenges and opportunities that
can be used to describe a personality, analyze relationships, understand
life's cycles and plan for the future.
is handmade, maintained and fretted over by the two of us (yeah, we
have plenty of Virgo energy flowing around here). If something doesn't
work or if you have improvement suggestions,
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2016 Moon Phase Calendar
throughout our site are links to various books and products we recommend
which will take you to Amazon.com.
is a personal favorite because Maria includes David's original tune,
"Become the Deliverer: Follow the Moon to the Sun."
Tides, Soul Passages:
Uses astrology and Goddess mythology to reveal meaning in the patterns
of the Moon
Maria Kay Simms