MEDITATIONS - EXCERPTS FROM MOON MAGIC
In this section of the book, you will find details on how to do a Moon Meditation, using my words or using your own. There are meditations for many circumstances and also some general meditations for the ones not included. All meditations tell you what phase of the moon you should use, for that particular time.
Keep in mind, the section on how to get to an altered state and the lead in to this meditation will be described ahead of this. Book Example below:
“Beginning a New Life Meditation
Finding a new career or love is not the same as starting a new life. Of course, it may tie into those things, but they’re not everything. You may have a great line of work or don’t have to work at all. Maybe you have the perfect mate or don’t want one, and being alone suits you. It could be that being with your pet is just fine. In spite of this, something is missing, and you just don’t like where you are in your life now. You desire more.
It’s possible that you need a change of place, like a move. Perhaps new friends, or even just one good friend, is what you think you need. Let’s say, for whatever the reason, you feel out of sorts. You’re just not right. If that is the case, try this meditation to see if you can get yourself back into focus and find happiness using a little Moon magic—a new Moon meditation.
Recite out loud or to yourself:
“I sit here before this new Moon with anticipation, because I know my request will be heard. I am on a quest for a new life, whether it is staying where I am at, traveling, meeting others, or taking up new interests. A different state of mind is what I reach out for, which will allow me to be more joyous with what I have. I willingly open my mind to positive discovery of who I am and all the circumstances and people around me that will take me to a place of contentment. I am excited by the fact that although I don’t know how it will happen, things will start to shift for me before the next new Moon, and the smiles will come back and the new experiences will be met with enthusiasm.”
After you reflect on what you asked, conclude by saying “Amen,” “And so it is,” “Blessed be,” “Thank you,” or anything you feel comfortable with. “