First New Moon of 2019 & Partial Solar Eclipse

Joylina Goodings

The first new moon of the year is in the early hours of tomorrow morning 01.28 UTC to be precise. Tomorrow is also numerologically a 1 therefore making this the most important new moon of the year especially since there is also a partial solar eclipse. Tomorrow is going to be a really great time for manifesting everything you want.  If you have not yet created your Feng Shui vision board for 2019 then this would be a very good day to do it, hence publishing this today to give you time to get ready. see here.  The Abundance Cheque Ritual should also be performed within 24 hours of the new moon. Remember Abundance can come in all sorts of ways and as well as performing the ritual it is enhanced by notificing and being grateful for everything you have.  See here for how it works. 

 New moons are the time to start new projects. When the moon is growing then we plant new seeds and nurture their growth. With big projects, we can work with the phases of the moon and break them down to 13 smaller steps. Starting each step with a new moon and completing each step by the next full moon. Thus over the course of a year we complete our larger projects and if you are focussing on your spiritual and personal development (for afterall focussing on this one thing will benefit all areas of your life, ie career, relationships, family, health etc).

As this is also a partial solar eclipse when the moon passes in front of the sun but dose not totally obscure it. With the new moon in Capricorn Conjunct Saturn it gives it a very serious and conservative influence. However with a good aspect to Neptune this means it is an excellent time to start new projects especially if they are connected to any form of business or charity. The eclipse can be seen in East Asia and the Pacific. 

When there is a New Moon, The Moon is actually on the same side of the Earth as the Sun and is not visible in the night sky which means there is little light reflection thus making it the best time of the month for star gazing. You can more easily see faint objects such as galaxies and star clusters because there is no moonlight to interfere.

For general info re the moon see here