Awaken your 2021 goals with the New Moon in Capricorn

The New Moon of 2021 arrives at 4 pm On Wednesday 13th January AEDT and it’s in the grounded & practical earth sign of Capricorn.

The new moon is the best time to set your intentions for the coming 28-day lunar cycle. Harness the energy of the growing new moon by focusing your thoughts and ideas on positive change.  It is a particularly good time to improve situations and issues with a Capricorn theme such as resourcefulness, discipline, wisdom, ambition, careful forethought and planning.

If you seek to create order out of chaos now is your chance.  Capricorn is a resourceful and disciplined sign which is the Master of planning and building, stable and long-lasting structures. So, it the perfect time to focus on the on your long term practical and realistic goals.

Mars in Taurus and Saturn in Aquarius make a difficult aspect to the New Moon, we may feel blocked from pushing your plans forward and may encounter a few obstacles along the way.  It’s best to tackle this aspect by accepting your current limitations, adjust your expectations and work steadily at a slower pace.

Pluto in Capricorn is also influencing this New Moon, bringing an intense and focus energy to the mix.

How to set your 2021 intentions under the Capricorn New Moon.

What rituals and habits help you to organise a structure for future success?

Dedicate a time over the next 2-3 days where you can sit and tune in to your inner self.

Have a journal handy to write down your thoughts and ideas. Here are some Capricorn themed questions to ponder:

  • What can I learn from my experiences from 2020?
  • How can I get clear on what areas in life need attention?
  • How can I commit to plans that support my long-term goals?
  • How can I bring wisdom and common sense in everything I take on?

After setting your goals this month for 2021 it’s a good idea to review them at each new moon through the year.  

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