A Nourish Day Every Month
Red means stop. So the Red Day each month reminds of the natural time each month when the energy ‘pools’ naturally. A Red Day is normally the quiet time of the month when our mental and physical energies are naturally lower. So it is the perfect time of the month to replenish, chill and rest a little more.
But in May and June every year…the Red Days can be almost not noticeable because our days or solar energy is expanding into the longest day of the year! And those Red Days of April and May have another factor – the Sun enters Aries in Vedic Astrology. Plus, Venus is in a special place in the sky which has us all ‘feeling the love’ a little more any time from March to May.
If you are in the s. hemisphere, like a good portion of my students and followers are then you have just moved from fall into your winter (energetically) and are actually experiencing the quietest and lowest energy of your year on May 4 and 5, and on June 3 in 2019!
Now you know the Red Days of May and June!
Notice how plants grow and bolt straight UP until June solstice. Then most summer plants taper off unless they are a fall plant.
Even though the energy is still expansive for most of us, it is still incredibly important to nourish and not over-do things on the Red Days of summer.
*We are in the MOST expansive solar and lunar energy of the year right now- from this new moon in May until Solstice and the full moon in June – the light of the moon and the light of the sun are both expanding (a little gathering opportunity from the full moon in May to the new moon in June gives us a chance to catch our breath in summer).
Southern Hemisphere Winter
May and June are winter in the southern hemisphere and June Solstice is actually the shortest day of the year for those of you in Australia, New Zealand and Tasmania and other southern hemisphere folk. I gave a specific health set of tips to the paying subscribers to Conscious Calendars. Six videos and the monthly Astro Forecast for May in addition to the Calendars! It is a packed two months, and a great time to gather energy for those of you who are going through your winter right now.
Southern Hemisphere Summer
Summer in the southern hemisphere is centered around December Solstice each year – that is their longest day of the year.
The Red Days that are expansive for Australia, New Zealand and Tasmania for instance happen during their summer. The least-felt Red Days for those in the southern hemisphere occurs in November and December every year!
So, they have an advantage when we in the northern hemi are cold and being asked to celebrate holidays in our darkest time of year, that it is truly warm, and cozy at Christmas time for those in the southern hemisphere.
March – May each year, Venus lights up lessons of love, compassion and creativity
So, if you are born from March – May there is a chance that Venus is in Pisces in your birth chart – and the planet of creativity might be exalted in your Vedic birth chart!
If you want tips like this ahead of time, join the Conscious Calendars Membership and get a Monthly Astro Forecast at the beginning of each month with tips like this, detailed information about each type of ‘day’ in the calendar, and significant astrological events that help you PLAN and have perspective.
Live proactively. Live consciously and aligned with natural rhythms.