Dear Ones,
Happy Earth Day! I hope you find sometime to connect with the natural world today.

In these last few days of the Moon Cycle, which began in March 26th and ends on April 25th, we invite you to digest with these 7 questions. We evoked an exploration of Power on the New Moon & now, at the end of the cycle, we can reflect on all we have learned.

Grab a journal, perhaps go outside somewhere & ask your heart:

 

7 Questions to Ask Yourself at the End of the Power Moon Cycle

1. If you made an intention on the New Moon, what was it & how is it unfolding?

Remember: when you make an intention, it may take time to come fully into fruition. Note & celebrate any progress.

2. What have I learned about myself this cycle?

Remember: this isn’t about casting judgement on yourself, but rather becoming aware of your inner workings. For knowledge is power.

3. What have a learned about the nature of Power this cycle?

Example: I learned that my personal best changes from day to day, and that’s okay.

4. What am I leaving behind this cycle?

Example: a specific habit or expectation of yourself.

5. What am I carrying with me into the Next Moon Cycle?

Example: a new skill, outlook, or habit.

6. What has happened (inside or out) this cycle that I can celebrate now?

Example: I completed a big project!

7. Free Write: Connect with that which you consider to be sacred or divine & then write anything that is on your heart.

 

Just in case you missed ‘em, here are all of the resources we offered this Cycle

Posts:

Tools & Retreats:

“See” you on April 26th when we will initiate a new chapter with the New Moon in earthy, sensuous Taurus.

Deep Love & Respect,
Chris

Chris Maddox is the founder of The Wild Woman Project where she teaches women how to utilize the gifts of the Wild Woman Archetype in their everyday lives & how to lead women’s circles in their local communities. She is the organizer & facilitator of the beloved annual WILD WOMAN FEST, a women’s retreat-festival hybrid which fosters a deep connection to nature, a direct experience of the divine feminine & profound spiritual sisterhood among the women in attendance.

An ever student of the great mysteries of existence and nature itself, Chris believes women are holding innate gifts & tools that society at large needs – now more than ever. She is committed to helping women remember their special magic and to bring it forward into every corner of their lives, for the greater good of the planet.

Learn more & Get involved at TheWildWomanProject.com