New Moon of July – The Daily, July 20, 2020

From out of still waters comes action. An idea in your mind wants to be born

“I want to grow. I want to be better. You Grow. We all grow. We’re made to grow. You either evolve or you disappear.” 
― Tupac Shakur

“Live out of your imagination instead of out of your memory.” 
― Les Brown

The New Moon of July is today, so look around and see where you are. Really see it as though looking at it for the first time. If you aren’t seeing what you want, then imagine it the way you would like it to be. Then live from the end, and begin to make the changes necessary to get to that vision in your imagination. Hold onto it like it is the most real thing to you and start to do what needs to be done. Waiting for a situation to improve without taking any action will be the longest wait of your life.

All the New Moon You Need to Know – The New Moon occurs in the sign of Cancer today at 1:33 PM EDT, and is the second New Moon in Cancer this year. This is the first New Moon in Cancer that hasn’t been an eclipse since 2017. A New Moon brings a fresh start, and there can be a sense of urgency to make a decision or to end something so you can move forward. Look at the foundation around you, the structure in your life, and decide what needs to change. It’s also a good time to recognize the support system you have around you in your circle of family and friends. Find the stability and then you will feel confident to jump forward into uncharted territory as you explore your dreams.

It’s time to make some plans and set the stage for reaping the rewards from new beginnings, as little or big as they may be. In about two weeks, the Full Moon occurs. Take the two weeks to make giant strides towards accomplishing what you have only been thinking about. These could be the most exciting days of your life.

Moonwalking – On July 20, 1969, at 10:56 PM EDT, Neil Armstrong famously spoke the line, “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” As he stepped off the lunar landing module ‘Eagle’, Armstrong became the first human to walk on the surface of the moon. “Buzz” Aldrin joined him on the moon’s surface at 11:11 PM, and together they took photographs of the terrain, planted a U.S. flag, and ran a few simple scientific tests. Two hours later, at 1:11 AM, they got back on the bus and then left after a few hours of sleep. What a wonderful trip that would have been.

Thought of the Day – Everything begins with a dream, a thought, and then action. There is nothing you can’t achieve when you declare it a reality in your mind. The world will bend to your will, and the result of massive action will be the thing you dreamed turning into reality. What’s in your dream today? Have a superb Monday.

“Don’t be satisfied with stories, how things have gone with others. Unfold your own myth.” 
― Rumi