2013 NOVEMBER FULL MOON DATE
NOVEMBER FULL MOON DATE
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This full Moon falls on the very last degree of Cancer while the Sun is at the last degree of Capricorn. This indicates an opportunity for endings and completions. It might be an opportunity for you to forgive someone, or to let go of any resentment you have been carrying, or to end a relationship that you know is past its sell by date. It could be an intimate relationship or it could be a business relationship.
For example, the Full Moon falls in my first house and meant that I needed to let go of a relationship with a business supplier. I had invested considerable money and time into it, but I knew I needed to move on. I was reluctant to move on because I didnt want to lose the money or the great deal of time I had invested, but I found a new supplier who is much more efficient and they even offered me a free deal that more than made up for the money I lost. However, I had to let go of the old relationship first in order for the new opportunity to come to me.
In your own chart, see which axis this Full Moon falls. For me it was the 1st and 7th house which pertains to my self and my relationships. The 2nd and 8th houses are your finances and other peoples money, 3rd and 9th are all about learning, teaching, traveling, new horizons, 4th and 10th are home and career, 5th and 11th are personal creativity, your friends and your future dreams, 6th and 12th houses are work, service, health and helping others less fortunate than yourself.
Full Moons deal with the polarity of energies. With Cancer and Capricorn its the balance between your career and your home and family. Does one need more attention and focus?
This particular Full Moon promises to be a very lucky day as it makes a trine with Jupiter the planet of good fortune.
The Full Moon in Cancer is all about nurturing and taking care of yourself and others. Its about being kind to them and feeding them emotionally or even physically. Cancer does rule food and drink and be careful not to overindulge at this time. Typical of this Moon in Cancer would be a mother figure saying eat, you look too thin, I made such a lovely meal for you. Have some more, youve eaten like a bird Often food and drink are used as replacements for the feeling of love and nurturing.
Here are some things you can do during this Full Moon to make best use of the energies:
Reach out to an old friend
Nurture others or allow yourself to be nurtured
Do something nice for yourself
Give shelter to an animal or neighbour if they need it
Be near water
Allow yourself to feel vulnerable
Have the courage to be true to your feelings
Be around the home clean up clutter, finish up unfinished projects, bring beauty into your home, make a lovely meal, have a hot bath, work with your hands, do some baking, give or get a massage
Allow yourself some solitude
Create family around you
Snuggle up with someone, or get yourself a furry blanket that you can wrap around you. Anything that makes you feel safe and secure and comforted is appropriate during this Full Moon
You may want to connect with someone from your past, or a strong memory of someone from your past may come into your awareness. See if there is anything that you now need to let go of in order to move forward with your life.
Look inwards and take stock of your physical and emotional needs
The emotional reality of a situation may come to light and its a good time for release and healing. If you need to cry, then cry. Get it out of your system and then let it go. Dont wallow in it.
Because of the trine aspect this Full Moon makes to Jupiter, the planet of good fortune, this is potentially a good time for completing negotiations on a business deal and any plans you have been working on.
You may feel extra emotional during this Full Moon and ultra-sensitive to just about everything and everyone around you. Its a time to feel grateful blessed and comforted by what you do have in your life.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) January 30, 2013
Norwegian Cruise Line today announced its Europe deployment for the winter 2013/2015 season. Norwegian will have two ships sailing in Europe year round, Norwegian Jade will sail seven-Day Greek Isles; seven-Day Adriatic, Greece and Turkey; 10-day Eastern Mediterranean and an 11-day Western Mediterranean. Norwegian Spirit will offer 12-day Grand Mediterranean voyages and 10-Day Canary Islands and Morocco itineraries. These cruises go on sale today, January 30, 2013.
Europe itineraries during the fall and winter seasons continue to be a very successful and popular market for us, said Kevin Sheehan, Norwegians chief executive officer. We are proud to have been named ‘Europes Leading Cruise Line’ by the World Travel Awards for five years in a row and will continue to offer our guests a variety of exciting itinerary options that take them to the best ports in Europe.
Norwegian Jade will set sail from Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy during the winter and sail alternating 10-Day Eastern Mediterranean itineraries from November 12, 2013 through December 13, 2013 and January 14 through April 8, 2015. This scenic itinerary includes stops in Olympia (Katakolon), Greece; Athens (Piraeus), Greece; Ephesus (Izmir), Turkey, Naples, Italy and features and overnight call to Istanbul, Turkey. Norwegian Jade will also offer an 11-Day Western Mediterranean itinerary from November 1, 2013 through December 23, 2013 and from January 3 through April 18, 2015. Setting sail from Rome (Civitavecchia), this amazing itinerary visits a new port of call almost every day throughout the cruise, giving guests the best of the Western Mediterranean. Ports of call include Florence/Pisa (Livorno), Italy; Monte Carlo, Monaco; Provence (Toulon), France; Barcelona, Spain; Valencia, Spain; Cagliari, Sardinia; Carthage, Tunisia; Palermo, Sicily; and Naples, Italy. Guests who are looking for the ultimate adventure and the opportunity to experience the Eastern and Western Mediterranean ports can combine these itineraries for the ultimate 21-Day Mediterranean experience.
From November 26, 2013 through April 15, 2015, Norwegian Spirit will sail 10-Day Canary Islands & Morocco itineraries from either Barcelona or Malaga, Spain*; giving guests the flexibility to depart from their most convenient homeport. This new itinerary visits Casablanca, Morocco, giving guests the opportunity to experience a full-day excursion to Marrakech; Funchal, Madeira; Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife, Canary Islands; Arrecife, Lanzarote, Canary Islands; and Granada (M