Monday IS the Moon’s day
In Roman, this is: dies lunae. Day of the Moon.
Our English word comes from the Anglo-Saxon: Mōnandæg, also “the Moon’s day.”
So….. This is a day to honour all things lunar, whatever that means for you.
One of the things I personally *most* love about the Moon is her flowing, her changing, her refusal to stand still…
It reminds me to honour the changing aspects in other people – we flow, we adapt, we interface with our environments and circumstances in every changing moments. Meaning we must change, perpetually re-shaping ourselves around the changes out there. As within, so without.
In some old folkloric traditions, those wishing to conceive a baby were advised to try on a Monday. As the Goddess of motherhood, la Luna would look favourably on those harnessing her mysterious powers of fertility on her day.
Spellwork is also encouraged. Rituals and ceremonies invoking the ancient feminine are believed to f-l-y when performed on this day, as again, la Luna looks favourably on those who honour her sacred timing.
OR, my friends… throw “shoulds” out this window and flow to your own rhythm, Surely this is the most devotional act of all?! 😉
What does YOUR Moon-day map look like? Tell me below! ⬇️