NEW MOON IN LEO 2020

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New moon in Leo

Artwork by  @cosmiccollage

Words by Gabrielle Bonneville

The New Moon in the vibrant and creative Leo sign is tonight at our door. Leo is the fifth astrological sign of the zodiac and is a massive pitta element. For those who wish to understand what’s coming up for the next month, this New Moon period is an excellent time to meditate upon some of the characteristics of Leo.

Firstly, Leo belongs to the element of fire, making people of this kind, or under this moon’s influence – warm-hearted and seeking to develop the areas of love in their lives. Keywords for this moon — are pride, noble, generous, hospitable, caring, warm, authoritative, active, and open. These are traits that we might enhance, develop, and incorporate into our personalities.

As a result, people born under the sign of Leo are natural-born leaders. They are dramatic, creative, self-confident, dominant, and extremely difficult to resist, able to achieve anything they want to in any area of life they commit to. How do you embody this in the following month?

Along with these characteristics, its time for the arts. Therefore, this moon is a good time to concentrate on new ways to enhance our romantic life, put energy into our creative arts and hobbies, and relationships. In addition, we should build our self-confidence and healthy pride in ourselves.

With this potent Leo energy, we have the chance to make significant changes in our lives that will benefit us beyond this Moon cycle. It’s time to make some plans and to set the stage for reaping the rewards from our new beginnings.

What does your new beginning look like and how do you bring in more creativity to step into them?

Read about our previous astrological post here.

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