The last Full Moon of 2018 will happen in Gemini at 7.49pm GMT on December 22.
I used to be a very worried person.
I was constantly concerned about what might happen.
I must have been in my younger teens when I came across a book by Dale Carnegie “How to Stop Worrying and Start Living” which helped me a lot.
What Carnegie wrote was:
- Ask yourself, “What is the worst that can possibly happen?”
- Prepare to accept the worst.
- Try to improve on the worst.
- Remind yourself of the exorbitant price you can pay for worry in terms of your health.
When looking at the transits in 2019, and astrologers warning to remain calm and live every day to its fullest, people may become anxious.
“The worst” may not happen that often, but our head has the ability to think about many possibilities. However, if we are aware to accept whatever happens and let go of expectations, we can reduce our worries.
Once we worry, our discernment decreases.
That in turn brings in more worries.
But on the other hand, if we look at reality firmly, accept the circumstances, and ride the waves, we can come across unexpected joy and relief.
Shanti means peace and calmness of the mind.
Gratitude to everything and everyone brings peace of mind.
Whichever we choose is our free will.
Thank you for reading my Moon Messages in 2018.
Season’s Greetings, happy holidays and I am already looking forward to 2019. Om Shanti.