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Feed Your Wild with Venessa Rodriguez

Oct 13, 2019

DISCLAIMER: The quality of my (Venessa’s) audio is subpar today because, well, sometimes technology decides not to cooperate! Apologies for the less-than-enjoyable listening experience, and we wish you a nourishing full moon <3

Happy Full Moon in Aries! Today Venessa and Megan are talking about the influences of this Aires moon that supports us in looking at where we’re putting too much emphasis on conflict and resistance (and things that give you a headache!), and pressing that reset button for healthier confrontations.

We talk about the power of this time for shifting our vantage point and perspective for more acceptance and spaciousness. We discuss Aries’ influence on our head, sleep, and the importance of getting enough rest at this fiery junction. If you’re feeling elevated tension or burnout, prioritize that SLEEP! We share our fave ways of doing all of the above, and  & offer some full moon reflection prompts to support you in this lunar cycle.


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