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Balsamic Moon

Waxing Crescent Moon image.

Current Moon Phase

Waxing Crescent Moon: 48% Illum.
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Balsamic Moon Phase

Balsamic Moon

(waning /45-0 degrees)

This is a time to rest, reevaluate and reflect, pulling back into yourself to reconnect with inner sources of strength. Now is not a time to initiate anything new. It’s a phase suited to spending time with friends and getting in touch with the "big picture." A window of opportunity exists for seeing your life objectively and becoming aware of what is important to you. At this point, what are your dreams and aspirations? What larger goals can you aspire to that will bring vitality and excitement into your life? This is a time for resting and gaining inner strength to prepare for a new cycle.


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New Moon

(waxing/0°-45°)

Gibbous

(waxing/135°-180°)

Last Quarter

(waning/90°-45°)

Crescent

(waxing/45°-90°)

Full Moon

(waning/180°-135°)

Balsamic

(waning/45°-0°)

First Quarter

(waxing/90°-135°)

Disseminating

(waning /135°-90°)

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