Tuesday, March 20, 2012

New Moon Wishes (March 2012)

According to Jan Spiller, it is the most potent Moon of the year for making wishes involving new beginnings! The best wishing times are (according to Eastern Standard Time): Thursday, March 22: 10:37 am – midnight, Friday, March 23: all day and night and Saturday, March 24: 12:01 am – 1:17 pm. So, make your 10 wishes and your New Moon Check. 

New Moons are a great time to begin new projects, new love, new careers or anything else new you want to do (or are afraid to do)!  Over the next couple days try to spend time thinking and meditating on new beginnings rather than what hasn’t been working for you.  Here are some good exercises for you to do!

Each month on the new moon write up a list of 10 wishes. It can be anything from romance to finances to security. 

Don’t write more than 10 wishes AND handwrite (don’t type).

Try to make your wish list within the first eight hours of the new moon. If you miss the first eight hours, you can still make your wish list within the first 48 hours of the new moon. 

Writing an Abundance Check is an exercise you can use to create more abundance in your life and the check is to be written within 24 hours after each New Moon. 

1. On your check where it says "Pay to," write your name. 

2. On the same line where you would fill in a dollar amount write "Paid in full." 

3. On the next line where you would write out a dollar amount, write "Paid in full." [Some say it works better if you don't add the squiggly line.] 

4. On the signature line, sign your check: "The Law of Abundance" 

It is not necessary to put a date on the check (although I do). DO NOT write a specific dollar amount on the check. Then put the check away in a safe place and forget about it. The Universe will take over from there.

It is a really old video, but ya get the point!


  1. Love this! My birthday is this Friday and so I will be writing my 10 wishes and my check @ 12:01 Friday morning! :D

  2. A perfect time to have a birthday! Happy early birthday, Deborah!