Powerful shifts are possible this New Moon in Pisces!

“I can’t change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination.” – Jimmy Dean

The cosmos is giving us so much support to upgrade our energy systems, to re-evaluate who we are and to discover our place in this energetic world.

These changes will be profound!

This Pisces New Moon during Mercury’s retrograde in Pisces sets up spiritual rebirth and limitless exploration of other dimensions……

Pisces is the bridge to the unseen, the unknown. To see through the veil it is necessary to go within, connect with Source, and listen super closely.

Try to let go and surrender to stillness.

It will be so much easier to discover the truth and find solutions to all those things that seemed hidden. These energies will continue to flow beautifully to the next full moon with the Sun in Pisces, Moon in Virgo.

Pisces at the highest octave symbolises unconditional love and blissful spiritual joy. This is a time to be peaceful, and to journey inwardly.

“Gracefulness has been defined to be the outward expression of the inward harmony of the soul.” William Hazlitt

The vibratory date of this new moon is an 11/2. Pisces New Moon will occur at 11.32pm February 23rd, 2020.


This is a number of mastery – a time for us to allow our energies to change and flow easily, joyously, with ease and grace.

We are rapidly embracing an energy that places joyful fulfilment at the forefront.

Recognise what you are capable of.

The act of seeking healing through beauty and love allows your heart to flower in a way that you will value for a very long time…

As the last few weeks of summer begin their final cycle, a change is well and truly in the air.

Here at The Sound Temple in the Perth Hills, we greet the day with cool, cloudy mornings and wave it off again with hot and humid afternoons. Our mornings are spent in dressing gowns and jumpers and our nights lying on top of bed covers, waiting for a cool breeze to flow through our open windows.

The Marri trees are in full bloom and when the wind picks up their blossoms float out of their branches like bright coloured snow, coating everything they touch in a sticky, sweet sap. The fantastic news is that the heavy fall of the Marri blossom signifies a wet winter to come – so we are in for a treat this winter. Maybe some prayers made this summer will eventually be answered.

We are currently in the season of Bunuru as we witness the white flowers of Marri, Jarrah and Ghost Gum, blossom into their fullest expression providing a never-ending feast for the majestic white and red-tailed Black Cockatoos.

Now is a time to wait for change to happen and not forcing it before it is ready. A fruit plucked before its time is bitter and hard, but one picked when it is ripe promises sweet taste and plenty of juice. Now is the time to engage in creativity to help pull your attention from things that won’t happen unless you leave them. A watched pot never boils.

With the New Moon in the sign of Pisces we all get to experience the characteristics of this highly intuitive phase.

Characteristics of the Pisceans’ include

  • Highly Creative
  • Intuitive
  • Compassionate
  • Nurturing
  • Dreamy
  • Subtle·
  • Understanding
  • Romantic

So, let’s all embrace our inner Piscean and find creative ways to distract yourself and help pass the time.

Everything runs on its own clock

Be patient

Be creative

Let the kettle boil – the water will be ready in no time!

Sensitivity to music is also an aspect of this New Moon, so be especially mindful of the nourishing quality of your sound exposure, avoiding music that is particularly grating, edgy or aggressive. Let the holistic and healing nature of sacred sound be your guide during this fluid New Moon phase. We would love you to join us at The Sound Temple for one of our New Moon events and allow the beautiful sacred sound of the gongs and the resonance of the crystal bowls to assist a cleanse and sense of renewal.

Thanks to our team here at The Sound Temple for bringing this wisdom to our readers, thanks to Simon for Photography, Linda and Jaymie for your wise words. Hope to see you in the Perth Hills soon!