Like the moon, no matter what phase you are in, you are still WHOLE.


New Moon Manifestation | Amara Honeck | Spiritual Guide and Mentor | Shamanic Healing | Alternative Healing Services | Shamanism Creativity Consciousness Workshops | Gatlinburg East Tennessee

"Like the moon, no matter what phase you are in, you are still WHOLE." ---- I make this post on each new moon as a reminder to create a small, manageable intention in your life that can be achieved in about a month. You can also set an intention to meet a small goal toward a larger intention. By doing this, you can witness the creative power you have to manifest joy and beauty in your life that's observable, perceptible, and noticeable.

Astronomically, the new moon represents the start of a new lunar cycle. Spiritually, the new moon also represents the birth of a new cycle in your life. Right now is the perfect time to think about something you’d like to change in your life and work on manifesting this change until we reach the day of the full moon.

You can use your Powers of Prayer, Thought, Intent, Emotion, Mindfulness, I AM, Wording, Surrender, Belief, Trust, and Inspired Action to manifest creative ideas, strength, courage, or problem resolution. As the moon grows fuller with each passing day, its illumination becomes brighter. This is symbolic because the “illumination” increases in our own lives when we are working toward creating personal positive change.

Consider using the new moon timing to set one small, manageable, and measurable new intention or goal every month. Just a little change for the better you’d like to make in your life: getting more sleep, laughing more often, setting aside dedicated time for creative pursuits, or cultivating compassion for others. All things that make your life more joyful – because this is what life is about – finding joy in every day.

You can learn more about manifesting positive changes by reading my blogs or book here: Creative Meditation and Manifestation: Using Your 21 Innate Powers to Create Your Life


– Namaste, Amara