Good Days in the Lunar Cycle: Astrological Timing
Good Days/Bad Days for Selling, Buying, Borrowing, Surgery, Weddings, Hair Treatments, Dental Work, and More
It’s always best to consult an astrologer for choosing the best times to do important activities since there are so many factors involved and no one technique that does it all. However, the following factors may be useful for narrowing down dates.
The following are the major days in the Lunar Cycles. These form the basis of timing considerations when timing events by the Moon. Click on the thumbnails for the full calendar or image.
New Moon Cycles in January through October 2020:
Favorable/Unfavorable Vedic Considerations
The following tables reveal favorable and unfavorable days for each lunar cycle based on Vedic considerations.
Good Days For…
The following tables reveal good and bad days for various initiatives based on the lunar days and lunar cycles for January to October 2020:
Take Action/Lay Low Days:
Best and worst days for taking action or holding back. Red dots mean it’s crunch time –there’s likely to be some stress on that day, and the more red dots, the tenser it’s likely to be. It’s an impulsive time. Green dots suggest ease and flow. Yellow dots mean things are in transition, and blue dots suggest it’s better to take time out. Better days for new initiatives have mostly green dots.
Best Days for Hair Cutting and Trimming:
The following calendar shows the favorable/unfavorable days for cutting the hair or getting a new hairstyle in general, not specific to a person’s chart, which would narrow dates down further.
Best Days for Weddings:
The following uses the astrological Moon considerations to choose better dates in the month/year for a wedding. Please note, however, that these are general and not specific to anyone’s natal chart.
According to the Moon phases, better times for travel in the months are below:
The following calendars show the favorable/unfavorable days for surgery in general, not specific to a person’s chart, which would narrow dates down further.
In addition to the above and natal considerations, other factors that might be considered when electing surgery are as follows: Traditionally, surgery should NOT be elected on dates when the Moon is in the sign that the body part or function in question is the operated area. So, for example, we might want to avoid surgery on the neck/thyroid when the Moon is in Taurus. Another factor to consider is the waxing/waning cycles, and that it’s better to put in or implant into the body during the waxing Moon and to take out during the waning Moon. Additionally, dates around the Full Moon are generally considered not as favorable for surgery.
However, it’s important to remember that people have surgery on the regular on less than stellar dates without a problem.
Note that all dates indicated above are based only on specific lunar factors and don’t take other factors into account, and should never be used in place of professional advice. A full study of the natal chart and current conditions should be considered. However, these can help for initially narrowing down possibly better dates.
See also: This Week in Astrology
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