Soulclipse

The Relation Between the Moon and the Human Mind

We can all appreciate a night sky lit by a full moon; it’s one of the many earthly, gorgeous things to see, but that’s not all the moon does. The big cheese in the sky actually has a major impact on us as a whole and individually.


The moon, the sun, and the stars – such questions arise when talking about these topics, but with today’s technology, we have lots of answers. We know that the moon controls the tides of the ocean, but that’s not all our lunar neighbor does. According to quantum physics, everything in the universe has an operating frequency. This includes the sun, stars, and the moon – even us ourselves have an operating frequency. However, the frequency omitted by the moon has a heavy impact on us. The moon frequencies affect us in the part of the brain that our emotions, feelings, and desires are derived from.

Your subconscious is like a treasure chest full of things. It holds your best memories, feelings, worst nightmares, and jewels of the soul. The frequencies given off by the moon have the power to rise subconscious thoughts to our conscious mind. There is concrete evidence that the moon affects human sleep patterns too. The evidence was published based on the experiment where 33 adult volunteers (of both sexes) of different age groups were made to sleep for several nights in a sleep lab.

They found that on the nights closer to moon days, volunteers took an average of five minutes longer to fall asleep – and they slept 20 minutes less than their usual sleeping hours. If you think you are affected by the moon’s frequencies you need to be vigilant with your own vibrations.

Just like the moon, we have an operating frequency. If you can focus on your own energy points, or chakras, for a certain amount of time you will start to feel your own vibrations. Tuning into these vibrations will block out the frequencies of the moon and you should be able to sleep better, feel less crazy, and have peace of mind.

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