By Zenobia Simmons
Dealing with a breakup at any time in life is difficult, but it can be especially painful during the holidays. When there are constant reminders of happy couples and families, it’s easy to get depressed and feel left out. Cosmically, this full moon represents a huge milestone for relationships. One reason this period is special is because it’s a double blue moon. There is usually only one full moon per month (this is the second one in November), and when four moons occur during a season, the third one is referred to as blue. The mind-blowing revelations that come with the illumination of Big Blue can be too much to deal with during the Thanksgiving holiday. So take a deep breath and get ready to find out some astonishing things about yourself and your sig-O, and as the old people say, “Whatever you do in the dark will come to light.”
A prime example is the much-publicized breakup of Tony Parker and Eva Longoria. Many people thought this was a fairy-tale marriage, but as more painful details were revealed in the press, something was not right and alleged duplicitous behavior had been going on for quite a while. The fallout is sometimes harder than breaking up. Explaining to friends and family what happened is a conversation no one wants to have over turkey and dressing. Make sure that you take time for yourself to heal properly before talking with your ex. Don’t reunite because you get sucked into the sentimentality of the season. Stay strong and do something just for you–check into a spa over the weekend, stay home with your bestie, visit friends you might have neglected while you were a twosome. Remember, the new moon follows the full and it will bring promise and new opportunities and will give you courage to find the love you deserve. Say this affirmation as often as possible until the end of this month:
I ask for clarity and faith to move forward
and connect with the flow of right action for my life.
With grace and hopefulness,
I ask the universe to aid me in my healing process.
Zenobia Simmons is a spiritual life coach who works through cycles of the universe to help others live purposefully by harnessing their own intuition. Over the past 15 years, she has coached high-profile celebrities, entertainment executives, and business leaders toward a clearer path for a brighter future. Zenobia’s spot-on directive as a natural intuit has garnered her appearances on ESPN’s Cold Pizza and Lifetime’s America’s Psychic Challenge. Follow her on twitter at @zenobiaK.