My Birthday and the Power of the Full Moon Lunar Eclipse Today

Hey there, gorgeous!

I hope you’re having a great week so far. I’m having a blast at my high-level mastermind event in Marina del Rey, CA, connecting with lots of other women entrepreneurs, and going deeper with my own limiting beliefs and blocks.

Also, today is my 38th birthday! I have lots to celebrate this year and feel so grateful to be exactly where I am right now. I’ve accomplished so much and I’m looking forward to the miracles in store for me in the next 365 days.

I mentioned a couple of weeks ago that one of my intentions for March is to get into harmony with my natural cycles.

I also want to further refine my intuition and I desire to have even greater access to my inner wisdom and feminine power.

To that end I’m taking the time to write reflections for both the new and full moons.

In light of today’s Full Moon Lunar Eclipse I wanted to share the second half of this new reflective practice with you that I am incorporating into my monthly routine that I learned from Sara Avant Stover, author of “The Way of the Happy Woman”.

Remember, March 2016 is eclipse season and lots of change is afoot. Two weeks ago we had a New Moon Solar Eclipse (and a perigree “supermoon”) on Tuesday, March 8th. For more info on the significance of eclipses check out this great article from the Astrotwins here.

Sara recommends that during a Full Moon, we should reflect on the following in our journals:

  1. What has arrived, departed, or transpired since the last full moon that wants to be celebrated now?

  2. What have I completed or achieved in the past month? In what ways am I proud of myself?

  3. How would I most enjoy celebrating right now?

Remember, all the answers you seek are already inside of you. Carve out time and space in your calendar for this exercise and see what comes up for you!

I’ll share more about my mastermind event and birthday celebrations next week.

I hope this serves you and that you have a beautiful day!

All my love and gratitude,



Heather WilsonComment