Mondays are best spent as quiet days for reflection. You can work best with Monday energies by journaling or writing, reflecting on your dreams, doing divinations, gentle movement practices such as yoga or swimming. Spend time on self-development or other types of studying and enjoy a laid-back evening with close friends or family.
Tarot Card: The Moon
Colors: Silver, Grey, White, Blue
Plants*: Aloe, Cabbage, Camphor, Cotton, Cucumber, Dulse, Eucalyptus, Gardenia, Gourd, Grape, Pea, Peach, Pear, Jasmine, Lemon, Lemonbalm, Lettuce, Lily, Lotus, Myrrh, Papaya, Poppy, Potato, Purslane, Sandalwood, Turnip, Willow, Wintergreen
Stones: Milky/Snow/Phantom/Rainbow Quartz, Moonstone/Rainbow Moonstone, Selenite, White Opal/Rainbow Opal, Sodalite, Blue Chalcedony, Blue Calcite, Bowenite, Rainbow Obsidian, Pink Chalcedony, Geodes, Black Pearl
Magical Uses: Channeling Intuition, Divination, Illusions, Dreams, Fertility, Sleep, Emotions, Completion of Cycles, Wisdom, Glamour
Monday is the day of the moon itself, and it’s a day that’s connected to lunar colors like silver, white, or even a pale blue. Metals and gemstones like silver, pearl, opal, and moonstone all come into play today.
There are plenty of deities associated with the moon—Thoth and Diana for instance—and herbal correspondences include many members of the mint family. Utilize wintergreen or peppermint, as well as catnip, comfrey, sage, and chamomile in your workings.
When it comes to Monday magic, because of that lunar connection, it’s a good time to focus on workings related to childbearing and family life, purity and virginity, healing, wisdom, and intuition. Do a little bit of self-exploration and work on developing your intuition—learn to trust your gut. Celebrate birth and life, and make some magic to fix what is broken.
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