You have the power to create your own reality with the new moon. Learn how to use Amavasya, the Hindu astrology term for the new moon, to manifest your desires.
Hi, I’m Jim Van Wyck, the news curator for MeditationTechniques.co.
I’m always on the lookout for interesting and inspiring articles about meditation and spirituality. Today, I want to share with you an article that caught my eye. It’s about how to use the lunar energy of the new moon to manifest your desires.
The article is from [Hindustan Times], a leading Indian newspaper.
The article below explains what Amavasya, the new moon phase in Hindu astrology is, and how it can help you attract what you want in life.
It also gives you some tips on how to perform a simple ritual to align your intentions with the cosmic energy. I found the article very informative and fascinating. It made me curious about the ancient wisdom of astrology and how it can enhance my meditation practice. I think you will enjoy reading it too.
What is Amavasya?
- Amavasya is the new moon phase in Hindu astrology, which occurs when the moon is not visible in the sky.
- Amavasya is considered a powerful time for manifestation, representing the beginning of a new cycle.
- Amavasya is also a time to release what no longer serves you, such as negative thoughts, emotions, habits, or relationships.
How to use Amavasya to manifest your desires
- The ritual involves the following steps:
- Prepare a sacred space by lighting a candle, incense, or diffuser.
- Write down your intentions on a piece of paper, using positive and present tense language.
- Visualize your intentions as if they have already come true, and feel the emotions associated with them.
- Affirm your intentions by saying them out loud or silently.
- Burn the paper with your intentions, and let the smoke carry them to the universe.
- Thank the universe for listening to your wishes, and trust that they will be fulfilled.
Why is Amavasya beneficial for meditation?
- Amavasya is a time when the mind is calm and clear, as there is no lunar influence on it.
- Amavasya is also a time when the energy is high and pure, as there is no interference from other planets or stars.
- Amavasya is therefore a time when you can connect with your inner self, your higher self, and your divine source.
- Amavasya is also a time when you can receive guidance, inspiration, and intuition from the universe.
My Biggest Takeaway
The article taught me a lot about Amavasya and how to use it to manifest my desires.
But the one biggest takeaway for me is this: the power of intention.
The article showed me how important it is to have a clear and positive intention for what I want in life, and how to express it in a way that the universe can understand.
It also showed me how to visualize and affirm my intention and let go and trust the process. I think this is a valuable skill that can helpp me in any area of my life, not just during Amavasya.
Related Articles From Around The Internet
If you want to learn more about Amavasya and its significance for manifestation, here are some related articles from around the internet that you might find interesting:
What is Amavasya and What is its Significance? – Isha Foundation1
This article is by Sadhguru, a renowned spiritual leader and founder of Isha Foundation. He explains the meaning of Amavasya and its significance in the life of those who are on the spiritual path. He also describes the difference between Amavasya and Pournami, and how they affect the feminine and masculine energies. He says that Amavasya is a time when one can become easily aware of what is me and what is not me, and from there on, the journey from untruth to truth begins.
This article is by Pillai Center, an organization dedicated to teaching the ancient wisdom of Dr. Baskaran Pillai, a spiritual scientist and master of manifestation. The article lists some activities that one should avoid during Amavasya, such as starting new projects, making important decisions, traveling, or eating heavy food. The article also suggests some positive activities that one can do during Amavasya, such as meditating, chanting mantras, performing tarpanam, or donating to charity. The article says that Amavasya is a time to honor the ancestors and clear the negative karma that blocks our manifestations.
How to Manifest with the New Moon – Forever Conscious
This article is by Tanaaz, the creator of Forever Conscious, a website that offers spiritual and intuitive insight. She explains how to manifest with the new moon, using the law of attraction and the power of intention. She also provides a step-by-step guide on creating a new moon ritual, which involves setting an intention, writing it down, visualizing it, feeling it, releasing it, and trusting it. She says that the new moon is a time of new beginnings, and by aligning ourselves with this energy, we can create positive life changes.
Amavasya 2023: Dates & Time – AstroSage
This article is by AstroSage, a leading online astrology portal that offers free horoscopes, kundli software, and personalized reports. It lists the dates and time of Amavasya for the year 2023, along with the names of the Hindu months and festivals associated with each Amavasya. It also gives some information on the significance of Amavasya for different zodiac signs, and how to perform rituals and remedies for Amavasya. It says that Amavasya is a time to appease the ancestors and seek their blessings for prosperity and happiness.
New Moon Rituals: How To Manifest Your Dreams – Mindvalley Blog
This article is by Mindvalley, a global education platform that offers courses and programs on personal growth and transformation. It explains how to use the new moon rituals to manifest your dreams, using the principles of quantum physics and energy vibration. It also gives some tips on how to prepare for the new moon rituals, such as clearing your space, meditating, journaling, and setting your intentions. It says that the new moon is a time to plant the seeds of your desires, and by doing so, you can attract them into your reality.
Jim Van Wyck
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