There is a lot of information out there about living by the moon. It can be confusing. Did you know that the New Moon is usually confused with the Dark Moon? The Dark Moon is actually the day that we see NO moonlight in the sky. The New Moon is actually the first day we see even the smallest sliver of moon in the sky. 
We can live by the moon by planning our social life, marketing, manifestation, gardening, haircare, and more. 
There are only 5 moon phases that you need to know:
The Dark Moon is the one day there is no moonlight in the sky....
This Months Featured Articles
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As a Reiki Master since 2001, I have used Reiki in many healing situations over the years. My greatest experience in using Reiki came when I had the opportunity to do a research project with local chiropractor Dr. Pat Dougherty. Our chief aim was to document the affects Reiki had on patients, in conjunction with their chiropractic care.
Dr. Dougherty and I selected three patients as test subjects. All the subjects presented with physical complaints, and all were familiar with both Reiki and chiropractic treatments. Each patient underwent a series of three...
We’ve come a long way in our thinking as a culture when it comes to seeking out mental health support. However, I still get teased sometimes in every day conversations when someone might be reluctant to open up to me for fear of feeling analyzed, or more specifically, for fear of feeling judged. They might assume that, because I’m a therapist, every conversation is basically an opportunity for me to evaluate their thinking as either good or bad, healthy or unhealthy.
Softly spoken, that’s not the goal of any conversation I ever have, whether in a therapeutic session or otherwise....
This article is addressing the therapeutic approach to emotional damage caused by early injuries to the child-within.  The term “Child- Within” does not originate with me but is taken from a word used in Transactional Analysis.
The Swiss psychotherapist J.K. Stettbacher and author of “Four Step Method of Therapy” says that we are all prisoners of our childhood, whether we know it, suspect it, deny it, or have never heard about the possibility.
He was able to develop a remarkably effective therapy method because, unlike thousands of his successors, he never allowed himself to be deterred by the truth about childhood abuse and neglect and their consequences.