The idea of planting with the phases of the Moon is one that’s been around for forever and a day, and given our innate desire to work in harmony with Mother Nature, all of us at WYLDE MOON HQ were keen to find out more about it!
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What is anxiety? How can you tell if you have it, or help others who do? Here’s some realistic psychotherapist and counsellor advice to help you spot and reduce the symptoms of anxiety.
Letting things go can be one of the biggest challenges we face in our lives. We’re emotionally complex, and often find ourselves holding on to what no longer serves us or not being able to rid ourselves of guilty thoughts. This ritual will truly help you to let go.
The Autumn equinox is upon us, but what does this mean and how can we make the most of this energy shift?
Picture this scene: you’re surrounded by twinkly crystals, feeling mellow after a long meditation session, and you’ve done so much journaling work you need yet another new notebook. But the reality is how often do you get to do half of that?
Whether your children are moving out and away or just starting school full-time, their sudden absence can present some challenging feelings.
Feeling a bit ‘meh’? It’s probably down to what’s on your plate. The foods we eat and when we eat them can transform our energy levels from sluggish to supercharged.
Life of the party one day and craving alone time the next? Tracy Ramsden explains that many of us are neither introvert nor extrovert. Welcome to the world of the ambivert.
We’re all familiar with the concept of ‘triggers’ (something that resurfaces a painful memory), but their much more positive counterpart, ‘glimmers’, are often under the radar.
We’re all friends here, so I’m going to get straight to it; do you ever find yourself feeling frustrated, stressed, or anxious because you just can’t seem to reach orgasm?
The practice of putting your bare feet on the earth, also known as ‘earthing’ is a well-being trend that is simple and free and currently getting loads of views on tiktok.
As numerology often uses the numbers from your exact date and year of birth, its forecasts can be a lot more localised and focused.
Expert dream decoder Theresa Cheung tells WYLDE MOON how we can take charge of the direction of our dreams with lucid dreaming. We all know that getting enough sleep is crucial to good health – but what we do while we’re asleep is just as important.
Loneliness is painful, and our bodies developed pain sensations to alert us to problems so we would fix things. If you ignore the pain of loneliness it can become chronic. Being alone is not the same as being lonely. We all have different needs; some need connection every day, some are satisfied with a few deep connections every month.
We gaze at ourselves in the mirror countless times every day. Sometimes it is conscious – putting on make-up or brushing our hair. Other times it is without thinking, as we walk past a reflective surface or clean our teeth. But how many times a day do you really look at yourself.
Are you sensitive to other people’s moods and always the friend who reads the room when someone is feeling hurt or upset? Are you the one people come to because of your empathy and sympathy, but last on the list when it comes to prioritising your own emotional needs and wellbeing?
Ahhh, there’s nothing like the first ray of British sunshine to send us eccentric Brits, even more eccentric. You just know that by lunchtime, someone will be out in the local park in full-on bikini mode
Affirmations are positive statements or declarations that are consciously repeated to strengthen a desired belief or outcome.
The term ‘solstice’ is often used throughout life, but what does it actually mean? The word ‘solstice’ originates from the Latin words representing the sun (sol) and to stand (sistere).
You know the feeling, when you think something happens because it was just meant to be. Kate Lucey investigates the world of serendipity.
Do you avoid stepping on the lines between paving stones? Or have a nervous breakdown if you break a mirror? You’re not alone.
It may sound too good to be true, but checking how you breathe could help you live better. Try this one simple exercise and see how you feel.
Rather than dreading our period we could be harnessing its power to our advantage according to Anja Brierley Lange.
Dreams have fascinated and perplexed humans for centuries. From the ancient Greeks to modern-day scientists, we’ve all tried to understand the meaning of dreams and their significance in our lives.
Author, Annie Ridout explains why she believes spiritual intelligence can be vital for our energy levels and mental wellbeing.
Fiercely protecting your free time and getting comfortable with setting boundaries could transform your energy and stress levels and revive your self-esteem, writes Fiona Cowood.
‘Nature is good for our brains!’ is a well-known concept. But beyond staring at a tree, how can we make sure we’re getting mother nature’s full benefit?
Can you really think something and make it happen? WYLDE MOON explores the power of your mind.
The connection between our brains and our guts is stronger than you might have thought. Can a happy gut really result in a happy mind? Science says YES, and here’s how…
Constantly wondering why you’re not getting to where you want to be in life? You need a lesson in the art of re-centring, says Fiona Cowood.
Our bodies are amazing and January 23-29 marks Cervical Cancer Prevention Week, a reminder to us all about the importance of having smear tests, even though we may dread them.
Right now there are around 8 million of us in the UK suffering with an anxiety disorder, and less than half will seek treatment. So why are so many of us carrying on and pretending everything’s fine, when we feel like we’re crumbling inside?
Coping with grief at Christmas: “We lost two babies around this time. We’ve cried a lot around the tree.”
Whether your grief is for someone who’s recently passed, or for someone you lost a long time ago, Christmas can make everything more intense.
Scents are powerful things. The benefits of different fragrances cannot be underestimated (it’s called aroma – therapy for a reason…) and the power of a potent perfume can conjure a vivid memory of a person, a place, a specific moment in time, and be incredibly beneficial for mental health – particularly in reducing stress and anxiety.
Burnout isn’t something that only happens to CEOs and bankers, it can happen to anyone.
Personal coach Carla Faria’s diagnosis with breast cancer made her stop and look at her life in a way she had never dared to before.
Thank goodness that women from all walks of life finally feel free to openly discuss the emotional and physical effects the menopause has on them.
In this article we learn how people can be secretly struggling, even if they seem fine on the inside.