Moon Angel Oracle Deck // Card for April

Moon Angel Oracle Deck // Card for April

Recently I’ve been witnessing some beautiful embodiment of friends getting breast reduction and augmentation surgery, and I’ve witnessed similar experiences with friends getting top surgery in the past. Not everyone wants the chest they were born with, not everyone has the boobs they want, and some people want a rack who weren’t physically born with one. Giving people options about this is one of the main beauties of modern science.

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Moon Angel Oracle Deck // Card for March

Moon Angel Oracle Deck // Card for March

This local action is an example of aligning collective and individual dreams. They may look different from our childhood dreams, but when we feel into our essence, the real dream that all humans are actually looking for, is liberation. We want to surpass the confines of illusion and experience a collective liberation. No body is free until every body is free. Real magic happens when we embrace this and work to make it happen.

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Moon Angel Oracle Deck // Card for November

Moon Angel Oracle Deck // Card for November

This time of year the natural world is going through her biggest time of letting go. The leaves falling to the ground, dead, are in complete symbiosis with the cycle of life. Their death is necessary for the trees to grow again. We as humans watch the leaves fall in tons; we essentially watch the earth fall from the sky. In witnessing the heavens fall, the dying leaves become our archetype for the connection between heaven and earth. The leaves aren’t afraid to die because they know their death is a part of their life. What would it be like to have a faith like that? To believe that in the letting go of an object, a habit, an emotion, there is power that gives us life.

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Moon Angel Oracle Deck // Card for October

Moon Angel Oracle Deck // Card for October

In Judaism, now is the beginning of our lunar year. With the moon guiding us, we begin again. How might we counter capitalism’s grip? How might we embrace the multitude of emotions inside of us when we think about making a life with someone else? Is it possible to accept our unique, strange relationships and emotional palette? We can look to each other’s faces, feel each other’s distinct hugs and see diversity, appreciate the quality we feel somatically with each individual in our lives. Then we can look to the moon to remember: we all gaze at that moon, we all feel her rhythms inside of us. We all belong.

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