You might not be particularly keen on looking to the heavens above in a religious way for divine inspiration, despite the fact that you may have stood palms up to the sky with eyes closed calling, ‘Oh God!’ in exasperation.
However, last night, the world experienced a partial lunar eclipse on a full Hunter’s moon, also known as a Blood Moon. This penumbral eclipse will also coincide with a very high tide, the lunar activity being responsible for the huge movement of worldly waters.
If you consider that we humans are over 60% water, perhaps this global shift is the perfect time to wash off any divorce blues that have been lapping over your emotional sea wall.
There is more visually heavenly activity set for this evening, so if you are able to stand under a clear sky and have a little meditative time to clear your mind, it might help soothe any fractious thoughts.