New Moon

New Moon

your work is done

come now and sit down next to me

said the big black sky

the moon at rest holds space for our all of being

unwrapping ourselves from the doing so that we can be held

softly, potently, completely

in our lightness and in our darkness

reclined under her cloaked presence

the stars shine brighter because of her absence

like you

like me

like we of the many realms

it’s safe to rest before the harvest is full

our work never quite complete

we create space to be nourished like soil fertile and ready to sow

she said come sit down next to me

and we laid our head beside her

and in the dark she listened

waiting faithfully for us to unfold

(This poem was written for a ceremony honoring the clinicians at Field Trip Health offering psychedelic assisted therapy.)

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Bianca Rodriguez
Bianca L. Rodriguez, MA, Ed.M, LMFT is a soul whisperer, author and innovator in spiritual psychotherapy. Her expert opinion is highly sought after by both online and print publications such as Bravo TV, New York Post, Huffington Post and Thrive Global. After receiving her MA and Ed.M in psychological counseling from Columbia University in 2005, Bianca had a spiritual awakening and realized despite her struggles with alcoholism, anxiety and depression she was complete. For the next decade Bianca developed her unique brand of psychotherapy integrating traditional and mystical interventions becoming a prominent leader and teacher in the recovery field. Upon meeting Bianca you’ll be inspired by her effervescent spirit. Join her on her website. For holiday stress support – contact her for a free consultation at: bianca@youarecomplete.com – or download her free resources list on her website.

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