Connection with The Moon — (Spirituality in Phases)

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We have a deep connection with the moon as it has powerful effects on our emotions. There are many practical things you can do to tune in with the lunar phases.

The team at FinditHealth found many connections with the moon you experience throughout your life. This article will overview moon spirituality, women and the moon, how the phases bring up strong emotions and what you can do to align.

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Moon Spirituality


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Across many traditions, the moon has been associated with the feminine, intuition, and deep inner psyche. The moon is connected with the emotional body in astrological terms, which brings us joy and fulfillment. It’s also viewed as a feminine planet, so the moon reflects how we feel about ourselves also as how we respond to situations and deal with our relationships.

The moon is symbolic of our inner world and its deep patterns of thinking and thoughts.

In Native American traditions, the moon was referred to as ruling the tides of the waters. It was known as Grandmother Moon and related to the lifeblood of the Earth with its tidal cycles. The moon symbolizes introspection and intuition and has a solid connection to life cycles.

While the Moon has a spiritual background it also serves as a guidance and oasis for farmers in the fall. A beautiful sight you can see in Fall is the brightest full moon of the year. The full moon in the Fall during the equinox is much brighter (almost orange) and rises much earlier than a typical full moon. This full moon called the Harvest Moon) occurs sometime in September or October. It was beneficial for farmers who used the moonlight to help harvest their crops.

Women and The Moon


While it hasn’t been precisely proven, women seem to have a biological connection to the moon with their menstrual cycles. There are interesting parallels in how a women’s cycle (or moon time) mirrors the lunar cycle. Each cycle lasts around 28 days in length.

It is generally believed that women naturally bleed with the full moon each cycle.

In Native American societies, they would have a Moon Lodge for women on their monthly cycle. The Moon Lodge was a place where women would go to rest and retreat on their monthly cycles. They were to retreat internally and reconnect with their feminine Nature. It was believed if they did not honor this tradition, this would disturb the fertility and overall abundance of the whole tribe.

In today’s society, and especially living in cities with all the stress, women’s cycles don’t always follow a particular moon phase. Especially when the majority of women are on a form of birth control that relates to their cycle for them, our best tip is to schedule a rest day as best as you can for whatever day or days your period coincides. Your physical body needs it to recharge during this time, and your mental health will appreciate the yin calm time and sync with nature.

Phases of The Moon


Whether or not you believe we are influenced by astrology, attuning yourself to the moon’s cycle can be a great form of self-care.

It’s also a powerful influence on helping you feel more balanced in life. 

New Moon

This is a great time to create and be inspired. It’s a time to think of new goals, intentions, and actions. It’s also a time to try out new things and take on more social outings and activities.

Waxing Phase

This is where you gain momentum in the goals you are pursuing. You start to have more direction and are doing the steps needed to reach these goals. You have more energy, so this is also your more active phase. It’s the time for more extensive workshops or running long distances.

Waning Phase

This is the phase we power down and start to retreat inward. We are integrating lessons we have learned the past few weeks and restoring ourselves. This can be a great time to get a massage, or a reiki session to balance your chakras.

Dark Moon

This can be thought of almost as a hibernation period. We have retreated into our dark inner corners to rest and reflect. So, we can best be prepared for the new moon cycle ahead.

New & Full Moon Cycle Practices


In history, the moon is one of the oldest ways of keeping time. It also allows us to celebrate each passing season. The moon helps us emotionally and mentally each season as we prepare for the next. Moon ceremonies allow us to gather in community, do goal-setting, rest and restore, and most importantly, keep us in sync with our Earth Mother.

Moon cycles can be especially very healing as they allow us to go inwards. To truly make time to listen to our intuitive selves and dive deep into our unconscious minds. Celebrating moon cycles allows us to escape our analytical minds and retreat into our emotional senses. To think more from an emotional mindset where the truth pours from our deepest feelings. Being in touch with moon phases allows us to deepen our connection to our body’s wisdom. By syncing with the moon, we are giving our bodies the best gift of self-care. Here are some tips on how you can begin connecting with the new and full moon.

New Moon

The new moon phase is all about new beginnings and ideas. It’s full of energy and encourages us to plant seeds for the future. It’s a good time to set clear intentions for the month ahead, clarify your goals, start new projects, and acknowledge your growth since the previous new moon. 

A good practice is to do monthly intentions on the new moon. We encourage you to get a journal, and for each new moon, have a list of 1-10 intentions or thoughts you want the month to be focused on. For example, it can be intentions to be joyful, to buy fresh flowers every week, to do a gratitude meditation every morning, or anything you are feeling desired or called to do.

Full Moon

The full moon phase is an introspective phase of reflection and release. It encourages us to see how our energy is expressed in the outside world and we live in relationships with others. It’s that time to figure out what is working in our lives and what changes we might need to make for the future. It’s like a monthly check-up where you make sure everyone is running correctly. This is a great time to prioritize meditation and breathwork practices. 

Meditation allows you to tap into your unconscious mind and really see and align with your thoughts. It could also be highly beneficial to meditate with stones during this period. The process of meditating with stones involves placing any of the energized crystals on your body chakra points while concentrating. You can also hold these stones in your hands or place them in your front where you can see and focus on them. 

When you meditate with stones, you are simply trying to connect to the healing energy these gemstones possess.

Frequently Asked Questions


Why do I feel a deep connection with the moon?

The moon is connected with the emotional body, so she is deeply sensual and feminine. This brings us joy and fulfillment and symbolizes how we feel out ourselves, also, with how we deal with our relationships and respond to situations.

What does the moon represent spiritually?

The moon’s phases symbolize immortality and eternity, enlightenment, or the dark k side of Nature herself. It might reflect inner knowledge or the stages of humans on Earth since it controls the tides, the rains, the waters, and the seasons.

Conclusion – Research by Findithealth.com

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The moon truly is an incredible thing to watch. From month to month and year to year, her cycles and rhythms help remind us that we’re all a part of something bigger. Our team at FinditHealth hopes you enjoyed this article and learned how to deepen your connection with the moon.

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