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Cancer New Moon: What’s in store for the New Moon on Saturday?

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The Moon is Cancer’s ruling ‘planet’, so Cancerians feel the changes throughout the lunar cycle more strongly. This also means that when the Moon is in Cancer, it’s at home and all of your emotions are going to be much deeper. Express.co.uk chatted to Kirsty Gallagher, Moon Mentor and author of Lunar Living: Working with the Magic of the Moon Cycles to find out what’s in store for the New Moon on Saturday.

Cancer is represented by the crab and a Cancer Moon calls us all to come out of our crusty shells and let everyone see our soft insides.

This Moon is all about being vulnerable and listening to your needs and wants.

Kirsty said: “The last Gemini New Moon Solar Eclipse wanted to align you with your north node, your purpose, life mission, growth, expansion, awakening, and your greatest most soulful hopes and dreams.

“Then along came the Capricorn Full Moon, helping you to make a plan to get to your purpose.

“Now, here comes the Moon in her own ruling sign of Cancer to bring you home to yourself.”

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The Cancer New Moon is not judgemental, but you won’t be able to hide your emotions or feelings anymore.

Cancer is the sign of intuition, self-care, and not holding back your emotions.

Kirsty said: “This Moon wants you to get to know your inner world of emotions and embrace them.

Just as the moon embraces her ebb and flow, and this is where much of her power comes from.

“The Moon wants you to tap into the power of your emotional world.

“Our emotions are messengers, signposts, they hold such powerful insight and information for us and are something to be honoured and accepted rather than suppressed and denied.

“Under this New Moon, listen deeply to your inner world, bow down to your emotions and honour them, kneel at the altar of your heart, and come home.”

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