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New Moon in Leo - August 2020


New Moon at 26° Degrees Leo on August 18th, 2020 at 10:41 PM Eastern Time.


In Astrology, when two planets meet at the same point in the sky, it is known as a Conjunction. Conjunctions represent joining forces, blending, and union. When the Sun conjuncts the Moon, it creates a New Moon. Sun and Moon join forces every month to create a New Moon and kick-off a brand new 4-week lunar cycle for us and all nature around us. New Moons represent a fresh start, a blank page, a new opportunity. We use this time to set goals and intentions for the brand new 4-week Lunar cycle ahead of us. Think of a New Moon as the time to plant a new seed on the ground: a seed of new beginnings and intentions. For the first 48 hours following the exact time of the New Moon each month, a window of opportunity opens for making wishes that, if noted, come true in the days and months ahead. There is a tremendous amount of enthusiasm in the atmosphere, making it a great time to go forward and begin projects that you feel instinctively attracted to initiating.

The Leo New Moon of the year happens on Tuesday, August 18th at 10:41 PM ET. The key concepts associated with Leo include - joy, romance, the heart, self-expression, creativity, art, risk-taking, big gestures, passionate love, children, games, toys, pets and the pleasure of being alive. Leo energy opens our heart. We want to love and be loved. We want to be seen, we want to shine! The highest expression of Leo, however, goes beyond the search for attention and love. When we truly open our hearts, we realize that WE ALREADY ARE LOVE. The love we are looking for will be a projection, a reflection, a direct result of our inner love-relationship with ourselves. We enjoy sharing love spontaneously, whether there is an object to receive it or not. We can do this because we love ourselves!


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