What makes a solar eclipse?
Solar eclipses only occur a few times a year, on new moons.
A new moon occurs when the moon returns to the place between the sun and earth in its orbit around the earth but is usually not exactly aligned to shadow the planet.
An eclipse occurs when that new moon aligns exactly between Sun and Earth and creates a shadow across the earth for the duration of the eclipse.
Solar eclipses cannot be seen from all locations on the Earth. So, some locations have total solar eclipses and others see a partial eclipse or for others, it occurs during the nighttime.
Remember: eclipses are not times to focus on manifesting dreams into the world!
They are times to suspend moving toward them, just for a day. Instead, focus on what you want to dissolve or reverse.
The Monthly Video training (for premium subscribers only) goes deeper into the next solar eclipse.
Use this practical wisdom with your color-coded Conscious Calendar, and you’ll find that this eclipse – and all the others to follow – can be a fantastic time to get lady luck and your habits on your side.