When it comes to your sex life, there are two astrological factors that have a LOT of sway: Venus including your Venus sign , which essentially reveals your love language and the Moon, which rules over your moods and feelings. P cool, right? The Moon also impacts your life through lunar eclipses which represent major climaxes and endings and cycles , which greatly affect how you feel at a given time. With all these emotions flying around, sex is often thrown into the mix as well! Astrologically, the Moon is connected to water sign Cancer, so the obvious connection is, duh, getting your butts into some water.
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Many aspects of life are ruled by the full moon. Romance in relationships and human sexuality is not to be excluded. This might seem a bit farfetched, but if you study the natural laws of the universe, you know that the moon influences our behavior and hormone levels, which explains the timing of many childbirths. Going back to the times when we lived among the trees and under the stars, pretty much all women had their menstruation and ovulation cycles at the same time. Women living in ancient times would menstruate during the New Moon and ovulate during the Full Moon, which makes sense when you compare these cycles to those of other animals in nature. Plus, when the tide is highest, animals can assure that their eggs will never get washed away by laying them behind the high tide line. We have more energy, feel more extroverted and connected to our partner, and have more interest in sex due to the gravitational pull of the Moon on Earth, and the consequent energy released during this time.
FYI: The Moon is mega influencing your love life. The beginning of the lunar cycle always starts with a New Moon , and it marks a time for new beginnings, intentions, and plans. During this phase, tap into how you feel about your dating life and create an action plan that resonates with you.
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