January 2015 Spiritual and Magical Properties of Essential Oils, Fragrance Oils, and Herbs

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Sunday, January 4th

Wolf Full Moon

Full Wolf Moon

Amid the cold and deep snows of midwinter, the howling of wolves could be heard in the cold winter nights outside Indian villages. Thus, the name for January’s full moon, the Full Wolf Moon.

Because wolves often hunt at night, their howling has become associated with nightfall and particularly, the moon. However the centuries-old notion of wolves howling at the full moon is known to be more folklore than fact.

Because January’s full moon was usually the first full moon after Christmas, some cultures referred to it as the Moon After Yule. Others have sometimes referred to January’s full moon as the Full Snow Moon, but most Native American tribes applied that name to the next full moon.

http://farmersalmanac.com/astronomy/2014/01/13/january-full-wolf-moon/

We’Moon

Full Moon in Cancer — Sunday, January 4th
Listen to this news:
Today is the very day
when new connections
are possible
and the unexpected
can occur.
It is the day for living
with an open heart
and wide eyes.
Take everything in.
The gifts of living are
everywhere,
and you
are in the midst
of great wonder.
Radical Headline © e.g. wise 2011, excerpted from We’Moon 2014 p. 182
Cancer
Cancer are Moonchildren! The full moon in Cancer will be most beneficial to them.
Cancer Oil Recipe
Mix the following essential oils together with 1 ounce of your chosen carrier oil:
34 drops Palmarosa Essential Oil
5 drops Chamomile Essential Oil
4 drops Yarrow Essential Oil
Swirl gently, until all oils are thoroughly blended.
Use in the bath (8 – 10 drops), wear as a body perfume (4 – 8 drops), use (3 – 5 drops added to water) in an Aroma Lamp, Diffuser, or Oil Burner.
This recipe aids in the success of business, domestic arts, entrepreneurial skills, humor, and more.

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