𝐌𝐄𝐀𝐍𝐈𝐍𝐆: This months full moon in Aries encourages you to be proactive, take initiative, assert your individuality and take decisive steps toward your goals and ambitions. with the sun in libra there may be a focus on finding harmony within relationships and addressing any imbalances. It's time to find that balance between pursuing your personal ambitions and considering the impact of your actions on others. This full moon can also highlight relationship dynamics, particularly where issues of independence and partnership
𝐖𝐇𝐀𝐓 𝐓𝐎 𝐑𝐄𝐋𝐄𝐀𝐒𝐄:
During the aries full moon, you can focus on releasing aspects of your life and behaviors associated with Aries energies that may be holding you back. Aries energy tend to lend itself to Impulsivity, Aggressiveness and Self-Centeredness. release the self-focus for a healthier balance between your personal goals and your responsibilities to others. Use this full moon to release any unfinished projects or goals. Also this is a good time to address necessary confrontations you've been avoiding. release this fear and find the courage to address important issues in your life.
Create two fists and tap into the lower area next to your stomach. This is where your liver is located. The liver is associated with anger and frustration because these emotions can affect the flow of energy in the body, and the liver is seen as playing a role in regulating this flow. By gently tapping we bring awareness to this area breaking up energy and assisting it back to a natural flow.
1. Find a Quiet Space: Choose a quiet and comfortable place where you won't be disturbed.
2. Assume a Comfortable Position: Sit or lie down in a relaxed position. Close your eyes if it helps you focus.
3. Begin with Deep Breaths: Take a few slow, deep breaths in through your nose and out through your mouth. This initial deep breathing helps you relax and prepare for the following technique.
4. Equal-Length Breathing: Inhale and exhale through your nose. Count the duration of each breath. Start with a count of four seconds for both the inhale and exhale. You can adjust the count based on your comfort and capacity, but the key is to make them equal.
5. Add a Pause: After each inhale and exhale, pause for a moment. This pause can be a brief moment of stillness, lasting about one to two seconds. This helps break the cycle of immediate reaction that often accompanies anger.
6. Focus on the Breath: As you continue with this equal-length breathing and the short pause, pay full attention to the sensation of your breath. Feel it enter your nostrils, fill your chest and abdomen, and then notice it leaving your body. Keep your attention on the breath to stay present.
7. Observe Your Anger: While maintaining this breathwork, acknowledge your anger. Don't try to suppress it or deny it. Instead, allow yourself to observe the anger without judgment. Notice how it feels in your body, where tension might be present, and any accompanying thoughts or triggers.
8. Release with Each Exhale: With each exhale, imagine releasing some of the anger. Visualize it leaving your body with your breath. You might picture it as dark smoke dissipating into the air.
9. Practice Self-Compassion: Be kind to yourself during this process. Remember that it's natural to feel anger at times. The goal is not to eliminate anger but to manage it more effectively.
10. Continue as Needed: Continue this breathwork for as long as it takes to feel calmer and more in control of your anger. It may take several minutes or more, depending on the intensity of your anger.
11. Reflect and Address: Afterward, take some time to reflect on the source of your anger and whether there are constructive ways to address it. This self-awareness can help you manage anger better in the future.
Remember that managing anger is an ongoing process, and breathwork is one tool you can use to help you stay centered during challenging moments. Additionally, if you find that anger is interfering with your daily life, consider seeking support from a mental health professional who can provide guidance and coping strategies.