Inspirational Boost # 28 | February 18, 2015
Unlike the solar new year which always begins on January 1st, the starting date of the lunar new year changes every year. Why? Because the universal calendar that we use is a solar calendar and it measures the solar cycle, which is different than the shorter lunar cycles. And so the moon appears erratic to us, but that’s only because we’re looking at it through a solar-centric perspective.
See how you can use this sun/moon analogy in your own life to open yourself up to new possibilities in this lunar new year.Leave a comment