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"The moon understands what it means to be human. Uncertain. Alone. Cratered by imperfections." - Tahereh Mafi

Free Healing Resources

The resources go with some of the exercises in the book, Wild Moon Healing, but they can be used as a standalone resource as well.

You cannot visualize and dream forever, otherwise life happens while you are busy making plans. With your new moon intention, you see it, feel it, plan it—and then prepare to take inspired action to achieve it. Once you have an unclouded vision of what you want, think about the inspired action you can take in the current lunar cycle to help you make progress toward achieving your goal. Be creative! Invent fun activities you can enjoy. The more fun you have, the more you give your inner child play time, the more magnetic you become.

Focus on this question if you are unsure of your focus should be on:

What one thing can you do right now to help you progress toward the life of your dreams?

Now it is time to write out your intention. The focus of your new moon intention is on what you are going to do during the next four weeks to help you get closer to accomplishing your goal. 

You are writing an official contract you are entering with yourself. This document establishes healthy boundaries for you. As you have seen, there are many aspects to consider when creating boundaries and building a self-help paradigm that works for you. One of these is the concept of time—and how you use it to your best advantage. An intention contract helps you make better use of your time by learning what you can accomplish in a lunar cycle realistically. 

You will learn how you currently spend your time and how you could use your time better. Make sure your intention contract has you spending your time on things you truly value. As you progress with your Moon work, your intention contract will set you up for success by having you spend your time efficiently on things of value.

Intention Contract

Make a Commitment to Yourself

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Journaling is a big part of Mon Work in Wild Moon Healing. All you have to do to start to a journaling practice is be willing to write. 

If you don’t have a spiral notebook, print out and use these pages as your journal. Use this journal specifically for Moon Work. If you are unsure how to start writing for any given journal prompt you choose, start writing with “I” phrases:
•	I feel
•	I want
•	I think
•	I wonder
This is your personal space and you should feel safe recording your private thoughts. Find a space to write where you can be free from distractions. Close your eyes and reflect on your day or the journal prompt you have chosen. 

Time yourself… you only need a 5-20 minute writing practice. Be sure to date your entry so you can go back and accurately gauge the progress you’ve made. Most of all, write naturally and authentically. Don’t think about it too much. You can stop the thinking mind by writing quickly. 

Whatever you write does not have to make sense to you at this moment. Your brain is making connections and you will eventually have an A-Ha moment. Practice makes perfect, so create a journaling practice that is perfect for you. 

If you really cannot find the words, then draw, color, sing, dance, cook, or garden… any creative outlet will help you express yourself. The more you become comfortable with your practice, you will notice that words start showing up for you.

Moon Notes

Start a Journaling Practice

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Part of creating an intention is to come up with action items. Do not mistake action items for a dreaded to-do list. You know, a list of all the things you have to do to reach your goal.  If your intention leads to a dreaded “to-do” list, you are focusing on the wrong thing. 

Instead of creating an “I have to do [something]” list, focus on creating a “to-be” list, a list of non-materialistic things you want to be, to create excitement. Creating a “to-do” list could mean you are striving for perfectionism from the “I have to” or “I should” prison, whereas a “to-be” list is a mindful exercise of self-exploration. 

At any age, you can engage in the child-like wonder of deciding what you want to be when you grow up. We all have the right to be our perfectly imperfect selves, doing what we enjoy. 
Use this worksheet to create a list of all the things you want to be!

To-Be List

Create Excitement for Your Future

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