Spiritual Meaning Of May

May is a beautiful month for both hemispheres. In the North, spring is gradually blooming into summer, while the South celebrates the beautiful colors of autumn and its harvest. Late May represents the start of the warm vacation season in many parts of the world, meaning any symbol that speaks of festivities can be associated with this month.

May holds the vibrations of zodiac signs Taurus, Gemini: The first two-thirds of the month symbolize personality traits such as mental strength and a focus on security. These people are patient, making them good teachers and instructors. Taureans are encouraging and always show due appreciation.

The final ten days of May are symbolized with the Gemini Zodiac. People with this sign are believed to be good communicators with others. However, they can also be indecisive, showing that they do not necessarily have good communication with themselves. They are interested and intelligent folks who put great effort into a quest for knowledge. Geminis also adapt well to changing situations.

In Numerology: May holds the vibration of the number 5.

This month brings enchantment with its seasonal changes, ushering movement of the metaphysical kind.

Movement in areas of expansion and spiritual growth a time when we feel like we can levitate. And please do try, it’s the magic concept of May, you don’t know if you’re going to succeed at anything until you give it a go.

Through the breeze and tides, May carries with it a second chance if you like. Didn’t do so well trying to woo your sweetheart back on side, missed some lucrative business opportunities.

The month of May has the energy to help us reach our goals and hearts desires again. Utilize May’s energies by going the extra mile with your projects, watching them succeed will be the rewards.

Symbolic Spiritual tree energies include the Willow and the Hawthorne. The Hawk & the Angelica flower are Animal/herb totems.

The 1st of May marks the Beltane festival for the northern hemisphere and Samhain celebrated also on the 1st of May in the southern hemisphere. Dance, sing be merry, emit light and love, celebrate and bring in the new season. Manifest a great vibration with which to carry through the winds of May.

Like all months in the Gregorian calendar, May was named by ancient cultures. The Greeks called it May after their goddess Maia, who was referred to in Roman culture as Bona Dea.

 

 

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