New Moon in Libra: Stability - Creating Values Through Self-Reflection [Communicating in a Quantum World]

New Moon in Libra

How do you measure balance when you’re not sure what you value or what you’re measuring? Read on for an insightful self-reflective journey to re-define what stability means to you.

It can be difficult to feel like you’re enjoying any aspect of your life when you’re unsure what success or satisfaction means to you in the first place. This is where a self-reflection practice comes in. While meditation as a way to connect with oneself and observe what you truly want gains popularity, mindfulness takes a close second in importance. Mindfulness is the art of being aware of one’s own thoughts, emotions, and feelings while being 100% self-responsible for all, including actions.

Waking up every day to make conscious choices by listening to your Self couldn’t be healthier. Even if you’ve never seen anyone model this, subscribe to the Deiadorebel Newsletter to learn practical strategies to do so.

As the centre of your universe in our quantum world, your consciousness is the primary director of how your life plays out. What you can’t control outside of you provides you with an opportunity to respond instead of reacting in a way that feels good and supports connection in your relations. No matter what various roles you play in your life, there are basic components that make up your day-to-day: self-care, responsibilities, and enjoyment. Yes, it can be as simple as that. What you do in each of these areas will dictate how your day plays out and how you feel about it, yourself, others, and your environment.

By bringing these 3 main components to your awareness and into alignment with your values, you can achieve greater peace and stability. If you’re not sure what you value, ask yourself the following questions or check out your Gene Keys profile:

What do I care about?

What do I put the most time into?

How do I decide what activities I give my attention to?

What do I think about the most?

Who do I care about?

How do I care for them?

What 3 words would I use to describe what I value?

Are my values the same as they were when I was a child?

Are my values someone else’s or based on a belief system?

Are my values my own?

If no, how can I make my own values starting now?

If yes, how can I continue to support these values daily?

Since there isn’t anyone in particular that you need to please or live by their standards as an adult, creating and living by your own standards and values is key to prospering in Freedom. In short, Freedom is the dissolution of thoughts, beliefs, emotions, and behaviours that are victimising to yourself and others. It’s when you can act in your own accord and do as thou wilt without worry or fear of repercussions.

Perhaps observing what you value takes time and self-awareness as you reflect upon the past, yet. It’s worth it. When you create your own values - not from a religion or spiritual practice - that is, what you See yourself doing naturally, you develop a deeper connection to your Self and nature. Values also put an oomph behind what you do and give you purpose. They support you in all aspects of your life and are closely intertwined with benefiting a healthy lifestyle.

Need inspiration? Check out…

Scott Jeffrey’s Core Values List

Richard Rudd’s Gene Keys Profile

or Susan David’s Emotional Agility Insights Quiz

When you look at what you value on a deeper level, you provide yourself with the opportunity to positively affect your physiological state, emotional intelligence, mental health, and spiritual growth. When maintained through loving self-compassion, you ensure your relationship to Self and others continues to flourish. The new science of epigenetics could discover in the near future that what you value is inherited but not immutable. So let’s take a look at what this could mean for you:

Physiological State

How do your values affect your body? When your values are unconscious, it can have a profoundly negative effect because the choices that you make will not be based on anything you’re aware of. Simply by bringing what you value to your conscious awareness, you can shift this to a more positive, sustainable existence. Valuing the continuation of your life or even transhumanism and Immortality can instantly transform the way you behave. By choosing life over its absence, you’ll make choices that are healthier for you. A regular mindful practice of valuing your physical being will easily transform detrimental habits into regenerative ones. Try out a few variations of speaking kindness to your body along with the benefits of eating natural food and daily exercise. Then observe how it affects you.

What do I enjoy doing when I’m being?

What feels good to eat?

What activities come naturally to me?

What movement would I like to try?

Emotional Intelligence

How do your emotions and the awareness of your emotions affect your values? In the growing field of Emotional Intelligence (EQ), many psychologists, neuroscientists, and the like are researching what emotions are, where they come from, and how they vary from person to person. Conclusively, everyone experiences emotions in different ways and in varying degrees. Learning about your emotions and what causes you to react (instead of responding calmly) can point you towards unconscious values that you might have picked up in utero or your mother picked up in utero (!!!). It’s possible to take a moment to breathe before reacting and bring your emotional thoughts to your awareness by asking yourself, “When did I first learn this pattern” and listening. Each time you do this sort of “shadow work” by becoming aware of your emotional state, you improve the overall quality of your life and allow yourself to redefine what you value or deepen your current values.

What emotions do I enjoy?

What experiences do I cherish the most?

How can I create more of those moments?

Who do I love being around that feels good and is healthy for me to be with?

What emotions support my values?

Mental Health

How do your values affect your mental health? What you believe and what you focus on create the direction of your life and dictate your actions. The underlying motivations of these beliefs and actions change as you experience life. Those around you can also influence your decisions consciously and unconsciously. Even what you see in passing - such as billboards, commercials, or paid advertisements on social media - affects you without knowing it. So what can you do about it? Learn to discern between what you like and don’t like while actively choosing your next steps. Furthermore, cultivating a deeper relationship with yourself and becoming aware of hierarchies in your workplace, spiritual practice, and relationships will help you integrate a healthier perspective. In short, moving towards egalitarian thinking will greatly improve your outlook.

What thoughts do I have that are based in interconnection?

How can I dissolve thoughts of separation?

What can I do to manage my fears, worries, and anxiety?

How can I keep my projections in check?

Spiritual Growth

How do your values affect your spiritual growth? Spiritual growth, in this instance, is defined as connecting to your Self on a deeper level. This allows you to connect with others and nature as a mirror to that level if you so desire. Being synonymous with personal growth, creating values within through meditation and mindfulness expands your enjoyment of every-day life. Simply put, values are words that you develop a relationship with. In essence, you create your connection and it blossoms over time. In the same way, you create relationships to people, places, and things by developing a connection within (metaphysically) and your consciousness affects your perception, then your environment. If you want to create a change, you have to communicate it to yourself and continue to do so. Then, take a break from it and allow it to shift. If it’s a positive change, it will occur simply as that.

What does spirituality mean to me?

What do I want to change?

How do I want it to change?

What does the newness look like?

With these new insights in hand and awakened in your heart, now is the perfect time to set your New Moon intentions to manifest over the lunation. Get the lunar guide and follow the online course to create a step by step plan or simply list out what you see yourself creating by doing a simple meditation. On the night of the New Moon and at any time before the Full Moon as it waxes, state your intentions aloud. Studies have shown that you actually strengthen your intentions when you state them out loud. It’s not only not weird, but it’s also naturally powerful. Whether you use the lunar guide or not, here’s an easy New Moon ritual that you can do at any level:

  1. Create your Quantum Magick™ Intentions beforehand


  2. Have them near you when you sit in front of your altar or in your circle


  3. Cleanse your space with sage, palo santo, or another form of smudging


  4. Use salt (black salt, Himalayan sea salt, table salt) to protect your space from negative energy and less-than-honourable intentions (from within or without); sprinkle the salt around you and your altar or around you to form a circle


  5. Use incense, candles, crystals, water/wine/fruit drink, etc. to create your own intuitively-led ritual and ceremony


  6. Speak out your Quantum Magick™ Intentions to initiate your new beginning during this lunation and cleanse and renew the past

I hope you enjoyed this blog post. You can also follow along @quantummagick on Instagram or Facebook and answer the question prompts based on the moon cycle’s 8-part essence to create your Dream Spell for the next New Moon in Scorpio. Or my “creative side” on IG @deiadoracreates. I also really enjoy adding photos to Pinterest. I look forward to connecting. Until next time on the Full Moon, ciao!

TTYS 🖤 XO

Deiadora Blanche + Deiadorebel


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