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Phases Bangle

Moon phase bangle

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The SE Phases bangle had the moon phase chart across the front of bracelet and the SE Logo on the inside, cast in bronze and clear coated.

Following the lunar phases has special meaning to women as for 50 years or so we are physically and,
perhaps, emotionally following the same phases in our lives. The Moon represents women in Astrology.

The New Moon represents the menses and in ancient days women retired from others during this time.
After three days, another hormone takes over and a woman is preparing and intending her next action.
After a week (the first quarter) she returns to the action in her life and takes the steps towards fulfilling her
plans. Any changes comes at the gibbous phase and the flowering occurs during the Full Moon which
occurs two weeks after the New Moon (this is also the time she is fertile and can become pregnant).

The disseminating Moon is the time a woman reaps the rewards for a job well done with celebrations and
accolades. The last quarter is clean-up time, putting everything back in place and letting go of the
emotional intensity of the last weeks. The balsamic phase is the recuperation and surrender phase;
preparing for another time of retiring from her world at the New Moon coming.


New Moon

The Lunar Phases begin at the New Moon. Today it is all figured out when the actual New Moon occurs,
but in ancient days the New Moon began at the first observance of the crescent Moon.

Historically, new moon spotters in Israel watched for the thin crescent to establish the beginning of each
month. Once seen they reported their sighting to the calendar court authorities of the Sanhedrin. Note
what one authority says, “Originally, the New Moon was not fixed by astronomical calculation, but was
solemnly proclaimed after witnesses had testified to the reappearance of the crescent of the moon,”
Encyclopaedia Judaica, Vol. 12, p. 1039. http://www.yrm.org/whatisbiblicalnewmoon.htm

So, too, today as we cannot see the actual New Moon, the Dark of the Moon is a time for a fresh start, a
clean slate, and a new beginning. It’s a time of gathering our thoughts, planning our campaign, and getting
ready for announcing it at the Crescent Moon.

Crescent Moon

The Crescent Moon is the time to announce our intentions, hopes, and wishes for the Lunar Month. It is
good to write them down either on a piece of paper or in our Journal. Journaling can be a valuable tool in
our daily spiritual devotions.

First Quarter Moon

The First Quarter Moon appears approximately a week after the New Moon. We might call the First
Quarter Moon, as well as the Last Quarter Moon, “the half Moon,” because the Moon appears cut in half. It
is not a quarter of a Moon at all in appearance.

At the First Quarter Moon, we might meet challenges we had not prepared for. We may need to make on-
the-spot decisions about how to proceed and then do what needs to be done in order for our intentions to
manifest. It is a time for action.

Gibbous Moon

At Gibbous Moon we may have to refine or edit our primary hopes. Maybe something has happened that
we cannot fulfill our intentions; maybe we changed our mind. Whatever has occurred, this is the time to
rephrase or adjust/edit our written note. There is nothing to fret about; it is a good thing to realize
limitations or change of mind. This is the time that it is easy to accommodate and adjust.

Full Moon

This is the time that our contract is signed, sealed, and stamped. Note that it is not necessarily delivered.
It may be, but if it is not, do not be discouraged. We still have two weeks to devote to this intentional
period. Know that the intention is “out there” in the universe and time is gathering all the circumstances
and other people’s intentions and time frame together to make this happen the best way for all concerned.

Some teach that in six months the Full Moon will be in the same House as the New Moon occurring this
month. Therefore, it may take six months for your intentions to manifest rather than two weeks.

Disseminating Moon

This is the time to be grateful, talk about your intention to those who wish you well, share your hopes and
wishes, and ask those who love you to keep good thoughts for you. Tell yourself enthusiastically that your
intentions are “already done.”

Last Quarter Moon

Now is the time to let go, release, and forgive anything and everyone that you may feel has hurt you in any
way. It is a time of emptying self and allowing the universe to take over or whomever you trust in your faith.
It is out of your hands and no more action is needed from you.

Balsamic Moon

Peace. This is the time to surrender, rest, and recuperate. No more thinking, planning, getting in your own
way, or action of any kind; just peace. As the Moon slowly enters “the dark of the Moon,” we allow our visual
minds to become dark, too, and still. Peace.

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