2015 New Year | The top spiritual things you need to know about the year 2015
1. 2015 is a year 8
In numerology terms, the year 2015 adds up to 2+0+1+5=8. 8 is a great number
because it means that this year could well be pay-off year! Think action, abundance,
and an infinite amount of opportunity flooded our way. The key? Working hard,
staying focused and make the most of doors opening throughout the year. We should
all make ‘yes’, our mantra. And ‘do’, our OM.
2. 2015 Full Moons
Make a diary of all the full moons dates for the year to stay aware of when to expect
restless sleeps, emotional sensitivities, and big dreaming nights where it is not
uncommon that you dream more than usual. Even better, I like to diary them and
decode them. For example the first full moon of 2015 was a Grand Cross Full Moon,
which means the moon connects with four planets (Aries, Cancer, Libra and
Capricorn) a moon which brings major reflection, realization and transformation
kicking off the year with a full moon bang! If we align ourselves with the moon, we
can work with it rather than try to work against the inevitable.
3. Chinese Zodiac for 2015
I’m a tiger, RAAAA! Do you know what your Chinese Zodiac is? We can all be
excited to know that it is the year of Sheep/Goat. Believed to be a year for Yin, which
brings with it peace, tranquility and balance. It is a year to forgive, let go of emotional
baggage, play peace keeper, and focus on loving and kind resolutions.
4. 2015 Equinox and Solstice Calendar
The change of seasons have always sparked spring cleans, makeovers, new
beginnings or in some peoples cases – allergies! Diary down the years
Equinox and Solstice changes to be prepared for some of their influences. For
example, turbulent times will be from the Vernal Equinox on March 20th till
April 20th. And turbulence may resurface from the Day of the Winter Solstice
on the 22nd of December till the 20th of January 2016. Again, it means we can
all be prepared, or more patient and understanding when everyone starts foot
stomping around the season changes.
5. Look to the stars for 2015
Astrology has been considered a science by some of the world’s leading new thought
thinkers including Aristotle and Plato – so we too should look to the stars for clues on
what the year has in store for us. See a year star sign chart, get a reading by an
expert or read a daily horoscope – whatever resonates!
When we take all the spiritual clues given to us from thought leaders, ancestors, and
cultures from throughout time including spiritual bread crumbs from the sun, the stars, the
moon and add every ray of light, shadow, element, even the seasons together we can better
investigate the year ahead and plan for an abundant, loving, fulfilling year for 2015. Work in
flow with the year ahead of us, rather than against it.