For centuries, astrologers have understood and worked with the relationship between the Zodiac signs and certain parts of the body.
Just a few hundred years ago, Western physicians considered astrology to be essential to the practice of medicine.
They knew that the WHEN is almost as important as the WHAT.
We follow the Moon in medical astrology because it is an accurate, repeating barometer of emotions, habits, and physiological patterns that impact health and wellbeing. The phases of the Moon have an effect on the tides. Similarly, the Moon’s movement through the signs draws physiological activity, fluid, and blood flow to different areas of the body.
You can take advantage of these subtle forces by aligning your health activities and medical treatments to the signs and phases of the Moon.
When the Moon is in this Sign
Address issues with these organs and systems (but not surgically)
Head, brain, teeth, ears, eyes, nose, and sinuses
Neck, brain stem, lower jaw, and thyroid
Lungs, hands, arms, and nervous system
Esophagus, stomach, chest and diaphragm
Heart and thoracic spine
Small intestine, liver, and pancreas
Kidneys, skin, and hips, diabetes
Colon, bladder and reproductive system
Lower back, upper legs, sacrum and liver
Bones, teeth, fascia, and joints (especially knees)
Blood vessels, circulation, lower legs, and ankles
Lymphatic system, immune system, feet, sleep, and dreaming
Do you want to give it a try? My free workbook, Nurture your body by the Moon’s Sign, guides you through the steps to create a self-care plan for the coming month. Get the workbook here!