Nefer Peacock Nubia explains the importance of this Eclipse New Moon in Cancer and the powerful rituals that can be performed. Written below is more rituals other than the ones mentioned in the video you may do as well! Dont forget to subscribe for more upcoming videos to help you manifest your ideal life!
The Gift of Presence
A ritual is only as potent as the soul presence you bring to it. That’s why I like to ponder the New Moon as it approaches in the day book. That’s the way to prepare for your New Moon rituals, with the astrological sign in mind, in this case Cancer.
You might choose to do a simple candle lighting ritual, a perennial fave of many. You can let it linger with a 7-Day candle in Cancer colors of white or yellow. I’m also partial here to the colors of the sea, blue and green.
Make a Homing Collage
Create a constellation of eye candy that conjures home for you. Let your imagination run wild here, too. Use your New Moon collage as a focal point of attention, and keep it thereafter in a place of honor (like on the mantle or your altar).
Other pictorial themes for your Collage: Family, friends-as-family, animal friends, safety, sensitivity, what’s nourishing, mothering, children, women, the feminine face of the divine, comforts, shelter, protecting the young and vulnerable, childhood, traditions.
Sojourn with Your Child Self
A shamanic practice is to be your own companion through time, going back into the past, or future.
Water sign Cancer rules the originating wellspring out of which we emerged, the womb waters and emotional roots. Take a picture of yourself from that tender early time. Look at the wee face, the spark in the eyes and the openness.
Sit quietly and let your mind settle into stillness. Imagine your child self in his or her room, or outside, or whatever comes to mind. Imagine yourself coming into the scene, and with respect, asking to sit with your younger self.
Let your child self know that you are sincere about protecting and loving him or her. See if there’s a message of what’s needed, to keep the child alive and with you in present time.
Put your child picture on your altar with a candle, as a symbol of your commitment to self-care.
Pay Tribute to your Moon Sign
Cancer is the ultimate Moonchild — loony, up and down moods, homey. Since Cancer rules the Moon, this lunation is a good time to pay homage to your own Moon Sign.
Create a Moon altar, with symbols of your Moon sign. If inspired, combine these with Moon associations, like sea shells, a bowl with a floating candle, pearls or opalescent gems.
Go hide-away, while tending to your sacred home space. Burn sage, purge clutter, sweep away dirt and cobwebs. A power move is to say sayonara to clutter, clothes or what-have-you that dampens your spirits.
Cancer asks, “How does it make you feel?” This is a great time for a home revival!
If you’ve spend too much time away, it’s a chance to re-animate home life, so that it becomes a place that nourishes body, mind and spirit. Your home is where you take refuge and refill the emotional well. What kinds of self-soothing can you bring into the picture? What is intruding into your shell or “safe zone.?” How can you create sacred space in your home?
Take a ritual bath, drawing it out and treating yourself with great respect.
Float in water, feel supported and buoyant, as symbolic of trusting life.
Ponder the ocean’s tides, and what’s washed up and what’s dissolved or carried back out to sea.
Take the waters – find healing springs near you.
Scrying with a bowl of water or pond. Gaze into water, opening to visions and inspiration. Nostradamus is said to have used a bowl of water while in trance, as a magic mirror.