Tonight we are blessed with the last full moon of the decade, it will dance in the playful and dual-natured sign of Gemini. This story could have multiple sides to it, since Gemini is the sign that dominates a two-for-one special. Activity will be buzzing and all sort of information swirling. It’ll be asking us to celebrate all that has been, release what no longer serves and embrace a new mindset into where we go next.
Neglecting either end of the axis will surely backfire on us. Ideally, a balance should be found between the two energies, and this is what the Full Moon invites us to do. This Full Moon is about communication, attitude, and sense of adventure. Something has been building inside of us, and now is the time when the energy of the cosmos fairly demands that we let it out. Over the next two weeks, we will discover what this means for us. For now, we can’t sit on our feelings. We need to express them.
The Full Moon is a time of culmination and the promise of fulfillment of that which was started at the New Moon. It is an emotional period–a time of romance, fertilization, and relationships.
With the Moon full and bright in the sky, symbolic “illumination” occurs in our own lives. However, these feelings and revelations are emotional ones, as there is a sense of emotions bursting forth into our consciousness. It’s time to express ourselves and to let things out of our systems.
New chapters are on the horizon, but this Full Moon is a time to seek out the important truths we’ve gained this year. Finding a place to calm the mind and engage in something inspiring will help us celebrate the journey of 2019. Full Moons are a time of release, to let go what no longer serves but to also honor the journey and struggle.
Happy Full Moon, Moon lovers! I hope the best of this year is the worst of next next year. All the love, light, and abundance to you and yours 🙏✨🌕
@nuffypuffy x #GOVE conducted a #Watercolour#Calligraphy#Workshop on 16 Nov for #beneficiaries of #Children's #Cancer Foundation @sgccf. We would like to thank Mabel from #CCF for her support to us, as well as the photos. GOVE would like to express heartfelt thanks to @nuffypuffy for conducting the workshop. We are also grateful to have volunteer Alex’s help and are glad that the children enjoyed themselves whilst learning something new!
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Uma “bolada”, uma pancada, um trauma no seio, causam câncer? Será? Se você já ouviu falar sobre isso ou tem essas mesmas dúvidas, preste atenção nas orientações da @dramarinaavila e #SintaOBemEstar 🔅 “Atendi uma paciente hoje preocupada após um trauma na mama enquanto praticava esporte... a resposta é NÃO.
Essa é uma ideia relativamente comum. Já ouvi muita paciente começar a explicar um câncer após um trauma no seio. Na verdade, o que acontece é que, por causa da “pancada”, a paciente acaba percebendo algo que já estava lá.
Uma outra situação é de o trauma ser grande ao ponto de fazer um hematoma. Nesse caso a mama fica roxa, como qualquer área do corpo, e às vezes se sente um nódulo no local (o hematoma), mas tem a característica de ir diminuindo ao longo dos dias.”
O tratamento pode ser microcirúrgico, que consiste em ligar as veias defeituosas, preservando o fluxo sanguíneo arterial. Reforçamos que apenas o médico urologista ou andrologista poderá definir o tratamento mais eficaz para cada caso, perante avaliação individual com testes no sêmen que avaliam o grau de estresse oxidativo e lesão do DNA dos espermatozoides, dentre outros. A varicocele especificamente causa a ejaculação de formas imaturas de espermatozoides, e para isso existem testes bem específicos que ajudam o médico a tomar a decisão correta. ⠀
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From a selfish perspective as a cancer survivor and a BRCA2 gene carrier, I am completely distressed with the news today. I rely heavily on the NHS to monitor me every 6 months. And I can’t even imagine having to go through everything I did whilst having to think of money on top of it. I honestly don’t know if I would have survived with that level of stress.
This picture portrays how I feel being apart of this country today - disappointed and completely vulnerable.
Captured by the very talented @tayloroakesproductions