June Full Moon Brings Powerful Opportunity for Transformation and Healing

June Full Moon Brings Powerful Opportunity for Transformation and Healing



elephantjournal.com had a great article on the site earlier this week about the full moon which occurs on June 28th here in Ireland (or on the 27th in Iowa where my daughter is currently enjoying her summer!).

According to author Alex Myles, this will be the most transformational and healing full moon of the year. She explains that:

“The full moon will be in the sign of Capricorn, which is represented by the mountain goat that climbs upward at a steady pace and is the sign connected to manifesting, ambition, and goals. This moon will be emanating a strong lunar energy that delivers abrupt change, which will be noticeable a few days before and a few days after it reaches its fullest illumination”.

Falling midway through the year, the vibration of this moon creates energy shifts that activate deep inner healing and encourages personal transformation. For some people, this full moon will be the culmination of challenges felt since the January new moon and the releasing of any associated karma.

How this is likely to feel


This energy shift may result in feelings of wanting to be alone or distancing ourselves from the people around us in order to regain our focus and to achieve a deeper level of personal grounding. As such calmness is unusual during the energy of a full moon, this slowing down affords us the opportunity to look inwards and perhaps deal with/heal some of our innermost emotional wounds.

The author suggests that:

“When we are aware of where we hold tension, pain, or anger, we can lightly question the reasons for clinging to it. If the reasons are not apparent, we can gently trace our roaming thought patterns until we eventually reach the undesirable feelings—and then, hopefully, find the root cause. When we do this, we often discover that although we may think the emotional discomfort or pain we experience daily is recent, it usually exists due to being triggered by past (mostly forgotten) events.”

This is where hypnotherapy can help to identify triggers and unlock trapped pain that creates resistance and causes blockages that prevent us from attracting what we want. It is a cycle of self-sabotage that can be halted if and when you are ready to face up to past issues. This full moon is an ideal time to carry out such inner child work provided this can be done with becoming emotionally overwhelmed (which, according to the article, not only blocks healing, but also inflames old pain).

I always consider a full moon to be a good time to let go of old baggage and old struggles, somehow, there always seems to be more in need to release. My theory about this is that we are only exposed to what we can endure at that time. As we build resilience – which Reiki is great for – we deal with more and more baggage at increasingly deeper levels. This is the most effective form of pattern-breaking that I know of and the discipline of breaking toxic patterns or habits is second only to our self-awareness and willingness to acknowledge them.

Also, in much the same way at the start of a new year is a great time for deep energy cleansing with the blank slate offering potential for a new start, the mid-year new moon offers the same potential for transformation.

How to make the most of this full moon


  • Hold the intention for healing
  • Meditate on recurring challenges and search for deeper underlying connections
  • Let go of recent struggles
  • Be open to transformation
  • Allow yourself to dream


I will leave you with this thought from the author:

“This full moon is the start of a new mission—and one that when we reach the Capricorn new moon on January 6th, 2019, we will be astounded at what we’ve gained and achieved. When we are determined and focused, the universe supports us by providing signs, synchronicities, and opportunities to make magic happen.”


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The soul knows where it belongs It belongs where it is.

The body is unlearned, never fully at home

But the winds know

They bring us to where we need to be

They conspire to move us

If we listen, they will tell us great secrets

And we will know.

Scars become signposts

The talisman of a journey we chose

Alas, most times, we cannot listen

Truth is uncomfortable

Sitting in it feels impossible

Until they conspire again

And we find ourselves here.

True denial is a powerful protective device

“The miracle is the means, the Atonement is the principle, and healing is the result”

I understand that, for many people, the religious language of A Course in Miracles can be off-putting; words like ‘the Atonement’ conjure up images of a vengeful God, ruling by fear rather than a higher power leading through love.  While I consider myself to be a spiritual person – whatever that really means – I do not consider myself religious.  Despite being raised a Catholic, the teachings never resonated with me.  I do believe in a higher power and I generally refer to that as the Universe.

All that being said, I do recommend readers of the text stick with it.  Try to negate the contentious language while taking in the central message of A Course in Miracles, that is, Love.

If you believe  that we are created ‘perfect’ then you will accept that there is no real emptiness inside.  In reality, we are unaffected by all expressions of lack of love.  Read that sentence again, it’s an important one.

“Peace is an attribute in you, you cannot find it outside”.

I love that, because I genuinely believe that miracles are natural, corrective, healing and universal.

“True denial is a powerful protective device”.

When it comes to the correction of errors, understand that this is part of evolution.  Evolution is a process, by which we move from one level to the next.  The very act of moving forward corrects any previous missteps.  The Atonement is simply the device by which you can free yourself from the past as you move yourself forward.  It undoes any past errors.

“It is hard to believe that a defense that cannot attack is the best defense…A two-way defense is inherently weak precisely because it has two edged and can be turned against you very unexpectedly.”

“Tolerance for pain may be high but it is not without limit.  Eventually everybody begins to recognise, however dimly, that there must be a better way.”

This recognition is essentially a turning point; it ultimately reawakens spiritual vision, simultaneously weakening our reliance on physical sight. Corrective learning always begins with the awakening of spirit.

A Course in Miracles: Shallow Roots

Chapter 1 of A Course in Miracles

As summarized by www.CarolTallon.com from the original text of A Course in Miracles

Revelation, Time and Miracles


While revelation unites us directly with our higher power; miracles unite us with each other. Neither emanates from consciousness but both are experienced there.  Consciousness is the state that induces action, but it does not inspire it.  Revelation induces only experience; miracles induce action.  Awe should be reserved for revelation only.  Miracles are a sign of love among equals.  Spirit is the bridge between us and our higher power.

Atonement and Miracles

To ‘atone’ is to un-do.  Spirit cancels out errors that we ourselves cannot correct.  Our role is to listen to spirit, learn to undo errors and act to correct them.  A Course in Miracles clearly states:

“The power to work miracles belongs to you”

We are wholly lovable and loving.  But having been forgiven, we must forgive in return.  The impersonal nature of miracles is an essential ingredient because it allows Spirit to direct its application.  Under Spirit’s guidance, miracles lead to personal revelation.  Error cannot threaten truth, which is:

“Spirit is in a state of grace forever.

Your reality is only Spirit.

Therefore, you are in a state of grace forever.”

When you project upon others, you imprison them but only to the extent of reinforcing errors they have already made i.e. errors in their perception.  If your perception of yourself is distorted, this makes you vulnerable to the perceptions of others.  You respond to what you perceive, as you perceive so shall you behave.

The Golden Rule:  Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

This calls for appropriate behaviour, for this, the perception of both people must be accurate.

Miracles arise from a mind that is ready for them

When you bring in the stranger, he becomes your brother.

Miracles are selective only in the sense that they are directed towards those who can use them for themselves.

The Escape from Darkness

There are two stages for this:  Firstly, awareness that darkness cannot hide; secondly, a recognition that there is nothing you would want to hide, even if you could.

If a mind perceives without love, it perceives an empty shell and is unaware of the Spirit within.  But Atonement restores Sprit to its proper place.  The mind that serves Spirit is invulnerable.

As a lapsed Catholic, I have always rejected the notion of sin as I felt it simply does not sit with the human experience.   A Course in Miracles teaches us that sin is no more and no less than a “lack of love” or more loosely, a rejection of self.  It has no unique properties of its own and is an example of the scarcity belief from which only error can proceed.  Truth is always abundant.

“The purpose of the Atonement is to restore everything to you; or rather, to restore it to your awareness.  You were given everything when you were created, just as everyone was.”

Wholeness and Spirit

“You  can wait, delay, paralyze yourself, or reduce your creativity almost to nothing.  But you cannot abolish it.  You can destroy your medium of communication, but not your potential.  You did not create yourself.”

The basic decision of the miracle-minded is not to wait on time any longer than is necessary.

Specialness does not come from exclusion but from inclusion.

If we believe that we are deprived of anything, our perception becomes distorted.

Whatever is true is eternal.

Shallow Roots:

“All shallow roots must be uprooted, because they are not deep enough to sustain you.  The illusion that shallow roots can be deepened, and thus made to hold, is one of the distortions on which the reverse of the Golden Rule rests.  As these false underpinnings are given up, the equilibrium is temporarily experienced as unstable.  However, nothing is less stable that an upside-down orientation.  Nor can anything that holds it upside-down be conducive to increased stability.”

For me, this passage explains the enduring myth of family.

The Illusion of Needs

You who want peace can find it only by complete forgiveness.

No learning is acquired by anyone unless he wants to learn it and believes in some way that he needs it.

Lack does not exist in creation, although it is very apparent in what we ourselves have created – in fact, this is the essential difference between creation by a higher power and our own creation.

What we create, we believe in, even if what we create in fear or lack.

Distortion of Miracles Impulses

Distorted perceptions produce a dense cover over miracle impulses, making it hard for them to reach our awareness.  Actions that stem from distortions are literally the reactions of those who genuinely don’t realise what they are doing.

Principles of Miracles

Chapter 1:  The Meaning of Miracles

As summarized by www.CarolTallon.com from the original text of A Course in Miracles

Principles of Miracles

  1. There is no order of difficulties in miracles.
  2. It is not the miracle, but rather its source, that matters.
  3. Miracles occur naturally as expressions of love.
  4. Miracles mean life; life is from God or your Higher Power; you will be told what you need to know, learn and do.
  5. Miracles are habits; they are involuntary and therefore not consciously controlled.
  6. Miracles are natural, when they do not occur, something has gone wrong.
  7. Miracles are everyone’s right, but purification is needed.
  8. Miracles are performed by those who temporarily have more for those who temporarily have less. They heal the perception of lack.
  9. Miracles are an exchange; love goes to the giver and the receiver
  10. The purpose of miracles is not to induce belief.
  11. Prayer is the medium of miracles.
  12. Miracles are thoughts (akin to Law of Attraction teaching).
  13. Miracles are beginnings and endings; they undo the past in the present in order to release our future.
  14. Miracles bear witness to truth. They are convincing because they arose from conviction.
  15. Each day should be devoted to miracles; time exists solely that we might learn how to use it constructively.
  16. Miracles are teaching devices; they simultaneously strengthen the giver and they receiver.
  17. Miracles transcend the body; this is how they bring about healing.
  18. Miracles are a service; reinforcing our worth and the worth of others.
  19. Miracles make all minds one in God.
  20. Miracles reawaken awareness that truth is in Spirit, not body.
  21. Miracles are natural signs of forgiveness; and forgiveness must be extended and accepted ourselves.
  22. Believing that ‘what your eyes don’t see does not exist’ leads to a denial of spiritual sight.
  23. Miracles rearrange perception into its true level, that is, after truth.
  24. Miracles enable you to heal what you yourself created. You are a miracle, capable of creating and only creations of light are real.
  25. Miracles are forgiveness; forgiveness is instrumental in Atonement i.e. to undo.
  26. Miracles represent freedom from fear.
  27. It is the privilege of the forgiven to forgive.
  28. Miracles are a means, revelation is an end.
  29. Miracles praise God through you.
  30. Miracles, by rearranging perception in levels of alignment, place Spirit at the centre.
  31. Miracles should inspire gratitude, not awe.
  32. All miracles are intercessions.
  33. Miracles honour you because you are lovable.
  34. Miracles restore the mind to fullness.
  35. Miracles are expressions of love, yet they might not always have observable effects.
  36. Miracles are examples of right thinking.
  37. Miracles correct false thinking.
  38. Spirit is the mechanism of miracles.
  39. Miracles dissolve errors.
  40. Miracles acknowledge everyone as brothers, or equals, and as one.
  41. Miracles are wholeness; they correct the perception of lack.
  42. Miracles release us from any false sense of isolation, deprivation and lack.
  43. Miracles arise from a miraculous state of mind; be miracle-ready.
  44. Miracles are an expression of awareness of a higher power and Atonement.
  45. A miracle is never lost, it touches many people.
  46. The Holy Spirit is the highest communication medium. Miracles do not involve this type of communication because they are temporary communication devices.  When you return to direct revelation, the need for miracles is over.
  47. Miracles can be learning devices that lessen the need for time.
  48. Following on from this, miracles are the only device for controlling time.
  49. Miracles hold that there is no distinction between degrees of “misperception“.
  50. The miracles compares what you have made with creation, accepting what is in accordance with it as true and rejecting what is out of accord with it as false.

Introduction to A Course in Miracles

This is a course in miracles.
It is a required course.
Only the time you take it is voluntary.

Free will does not mean that you can establish the curriculum.  It means only that you can elect what you want to take at any given time.  This course does not aim at teaching the meaning of love, for that is beyond what can be taught.  It does, however, aim at removing the blocks to the awareness of love’s presence, which is your natural inheritance.

The opposite of love is fear, but what is all-encompassing can have no opposite.

Nothing real can be threatened.
Nothing unreal exists.
Herein lies the peace of God.

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