**You will receive the current Sun season and/or Full Moon book
We offer two workbooks for you to use each Sun Season. A Sun Season is a four week period when the Sun is in a specific zodiac sign. You’re probably most familiar with this period, as it determines your personal Sun sign. Each Sun Season holds one New Moon and one Full Moon. The New Moon is always in the same sign the Sun is positioned. For instance, if the Sun is in Aries, then the New Moon will also occur in Aries. The Full Moon always occurs in the opposite sign as the Sun sign. If the Sun is in Aries, the Full Moon occurs in Libra. Opposing signs sit across from each other in the sky and on the zodiac wheel.
How to use the Moon Workbooks
Working with the cosmos can help you align your energy and your life. When we tune into the Moon, the Sun, and the rest of the planets, it makes manifesting the life of our dreams easier. It also gives us a guideline on when to build energy, when to dream, and when to let go of things which no longer serve us. The Moon Workbooks were created to help you understand and harness the energy of the Moon. They guide you through the phases of the Moon and help adjust your vibration to match the cosmos.
*Sun season books are a part of our Astroherbal series. Sign up here and to learn more.
How does the New Moon Workbook work?
TheNew Moon Workbook is actually a workbook for the entire Sun Season and the New Moon. It has been evolving over time, and we found at Spirit Daughter that many people were using this workbook throughout the entire Sun Season since that sign is the same as the New Moon. We just redesigned it this past January to make it more clear which parts are for the Sun Season and New Moon versus which parts are solely for the New Moon. There are sections for each week of the Sun Season, as well as tools which align you with that zodiac’s energy. You can begin using this book at the start of each Sun Season, or you can start using it with the New Moon. It is a personal preference. Some people prefer to use this book only on the days on and around the New Moon, which is perfectly fine. For the sections pertaining to just the New Moon, try to complete them within 72hrs of the New Moon exact. This is when the energy is the most potent, and you will feel it to a greater degree in your subtle body. It is recommended that you complete the New Moon workbook before the start of the next Sun Season.
How about the Full Moon Workbook?
The Full Moon Workbook is meant to be used on the days around the Full Moon. Again, try to complete the practices within 72hrs of the Full Moon exact. This workbook goes more in-depth in terms of practices compared to the New Moon Workbook because we simply have more energy and drive on the Full Moon. The Full Moon is a time to do the work needed to manifest the dreams planted on the New Moon. Therefore, the workbook, and the energy of the Full Moon is more intense. This work is often needed and changes with the corresponding Moon sign. For instance, the energy we work with on the Aries Full Moon is very different than the energy we work on with the Virgo Full Moon. Furthermore, the energy changes from year to year which is why each workbook is rewritten for that particular year. It is not recommended that you use last year’s workbook for this year’s Moon.
Welcome the astrological moons in our New Moon subscription series. Each month you will get our New Moon offerings delivered to your door alongside our take on interpretation through the psyche and seasons. Enjoy medicinals from tinctures, to roll-ons; bath salts to tea blends.
In addition to the herbal offering, you will receive the New Moon & Full Moon workbook from Spirit Daughter to guide you in your journey.
Stock your medicine cabinet with the power of the moons.
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Dive deep into your understanding of herbalism, using the major archetypes to reflect on your interpretations and experiences. These medicinals are meant to be enjoyed with revere for the wisdom they hold. Learn about traditional uses, lore, and current beliefs in the rich history of herbal medicine.
Please note: We ship out subscriptions at the start of the season change, which generally is around the 20th of each month. Your subscription will start with the subsequent astro season (i.e. if you order in Aries season, your subscription will start in the following month for Taurus).
From a philosopher whose magisterial history of Western thought was praised by Joseph Campbell and Huston Smith comes a brilliant new book that traces the connection between cosmic cycles and archetypal patterns of human experience. Drawing on years of research and on thinkers from Plato to Jung, Richard Tarnas explores the planetary correlations of epochal events like the French Revolution, the two world wars, and September 11. Whether read as astrology updated for the quantum age or as a contemporary classic of spirituality, Cosmos and Psyche is a work of immense sophistication, deep learning, and lasting importance.
Richard Tarnas was born in 1950 in Geneva, Switzerland, of American parents. He grew up in Michigan, where he studied Greek, Latin, and the classics under the Jesuits. In 1968 he entered Harvard, where he studied Western intellectual and cultural history and depth psychology, graduating with an A.B. cum laude in 1972. For ten years he lived and worked at Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California, studying with Joseph Campbell, Gregory Bateson, Huston Smith, James Hillman, and Stanislav Grof, and later served as director of programs and education. He received his Ph.D. from Saybrook Institute in 1976. From 1980 to 1990, he wrote The Passion of the Western Mind, a narrative history of Western thought which became a best seller and continues to be a widely used text in universities throughout the world. He is the founding director of the graduate program in Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, where he currently teaches. He gives many public lectures and workshops in the U.S. and abroad.
Rosemary is for remembrance; sage is for wisdom. The symbolism of plants — whether in the ancient Greek doctrine of signatures or the Victorian secret language of flowers — has fascinated us for centuries. Contemporary herbalist Maia Toll adds her distinctive spin to this tradition with profiles of the mysterious personalities of 36 herbs, fruits, and flowers. Combining a passion for plants with imagery reminiscent of tarot, enticing text offers reflections and rituals to tap into each plant’s power for healing, self-reflection, and everyday guidance. Smaller versions of the illustrations are featured on 36 cards to help guide your thoughts and meditations.
Dynamics of the Unconscious: Vol. 2, by Liz Green & Howard Sasportas
An exciting book to help you understand yourself and your clients, combining the symbolism of astrology with psychology. Dynamics of the Unconscious shows readers how to understand depression, the astrology and psychology of aggression, and alchemical symbolism for growth.
Llewellyn's Complete Book of Astrology, by Kris Brandt Riske
The easiest way to learn astrology is to start with yourself. Your astrological birth chart is a powerful tool for gaining a deeper understanding of your unique gifts, talents, challenges, and life's purpose. As you begin to decipher the wealth of information in your own birth chart, you'll experience astrology in a personally meaningful way—which makes it easier to understand and remember. Once you learn the basics of astrology, you'll be able to read the birth charts of yourself and others.
This friendly guidebook is the most complete introduction to astrology available. Popular astrologer Kris Brandt Riske presents the essentials of astrology in a clear, step-by-step way, paying special attention to three areas of popular interest: relationships, career, and money. She explains the meaning of the planets, zodiac signs, houses, and aspects, and how to interpret their significance in your chart. Over 30 illustrations, including the birth charts of several famous people—Al Gore, Oprah Winfrey, Brad Pitt, and Tiger Woods, to name just a few—add a helpful visual dimension to your learning experience.
Practical and positive, Llewellyn's Complete Book of Astrology offers techniques for using astrology to identify the qualities you seek in an ideal mate, realize your career and financial potential, calculate your luck, and discover your inner strength.
Astrology for Yourself, by Demetra George and Douglas Bloch
Astrology for Yourselfis designed to introduce you to the language, art, and science of astrology through a series of self-directed, program-learning exercises that will literally enable you to write your own chart interpretation. Aside from providing you a wealth of knowledge about your birth chart, Astrology for Yourself promises to promote personal growth and change your life.
The Subtle Body Coloring Book, by Cyndi Dale and Richard Wehrman
Explore the Energetic Dimension of Your Health—In Living Color!
When it comes to the subtle body, coloring is more than just an enjoyable way to learn about the energy systems that govern our health—it’s also an effective practice to help awaken your intuitive connection to your chakras, meridians, and more. With The Subtle Body Coloring Book, Cyndi Dale joins illustrator Richard Wehrman to bring you an illustrated resource on healing modalities from a variety of traditions, inviting you to:
• Embark on a coloring tour through the major energy structures of the subtle body—fields, channels, and centers • Explore the body’s aura and electromagnetic biofield • Illuminate the meridians—the body’s chi channels as identified by Traditional Chinese Medicine • Awaken the gifts and wisdom of each chakra as you color them • Journey through your acupressure points, organs, and the subtle energy centers that empower health and wellness • Learn the special qualities and healing properties of each color you use
Filled with practical guidance for students, teachers, and holistic practitioners here is an information-rich book that serves as an educational tool, memorization aid, and a great way to relax and explore the energetic dimensions of our health.
Llewellyn's Herbal Almanac offers a wide variety of practical ideas on how to benefit from nature's most versatile plants. With hands-on projects, fresh ideas, and tips and techniques, this guide is designed for herb enthusiasts of all skill levels. It also features innovative herbal ideas that span gardening, cooking, crafts, health, beauty, history, and lore. This year's edition also includes profiles for ginger, rhubarb, chamomile, sunflower, and comfrey and articles on:
Aromatics for Nervous, Respiratory, and Digestive Systems • Edible Wild Herbs and Grasses • Swedish Princess Cake with Matcha • Chewable Herbal Pills • Late-Season Herb Gardening • Italian Citrus Fruits • Soup Garden • Tinctures • Crafting with Recycled Materials • Herbal Bath Recipes • The Gardens of Pompeii • Gourmet Herbal Sandwiches • Conservation Plants • Homemade Herbal Scrubs • And Much More
A fresh introduction to astrology that will provide a contemporary perspective on this age-old practice.
Where have we been? Where are we going? There is no greater roadmap than the stars for helping us to recognize habitual patterns, discovering our gifts, and figuring out how to move toward greater joy and contentment. A Modern Guide to Astrology provides readers with a fresh perspective on the fundamentals of astrology and how to read their own birth charts. With accessible depictions of the astrological signs and symbols, this guide opens up the rich world of astrology as a tool to deepen self-awareness and lead a more fulfilling life. The book highlights the basic concepts of astrology that provide entryways into an understanding of the factors that shape our lives in fundamental ways. This book weaves together the whole tapestry, showing readers that reading and understanding astrology charts is within reach.