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Moon Lists: A Guided Journal

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Traditionally and across cultures the phases of the moon are regarded with different types of meaning, from new beginnings to intention setting to times of surrendering acceptance. The Moon Lists is a new way to journal: Filled with 18 months of exercises for breaking through creative, emotional, and transitional roadblocks, it introduces a routine practice of digging below the surface to explore parts of the mind + present tense that are new, unknown, and full of possibility. A couple years ago, Moon Lists founder Leigh Patterson became interested in a new idea after reading an interview with photographer Sam Abell.

By using the Web site, you confirm that you have read, understood, and agreed to be bound by the Terms and Conditions.Originally a newsletter series, the Moon Lists brings together strangers from across the globe each sharing a response to a series of personal questions and prompts. We took a moment with her to reflect on her journey and explain about her unique services, as well as discovering her. Loosely organized around the phases of the moon and punctuated with references to '70s astrology, architecture, and art, Moon Lists encourages journalers to stop and reflect on the precious moments in their lives before time passes them by. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. More recently this has evolved into a workbook that more broadly explores rituals that can allow for a life experienced more deeply, using deceivingly simple prompts, list-making exercises, and sensorial inventories to invoke conversations, connection, and personal awareness.

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Journaling can synthesize our idea of who we appear to be and who we actually are, serving as a hinge between our abstract ideas of personhood versus the tangible details of our days. Choosing the way you observe, reflect on, and document what’s going on at present is a reminder: you are in control of your narrative.

I’ve kept some form of a journal for most of my life, but its format has evolved (the most current iteration of the digital Moon Lists is probably the closest to how it looks now, a combination of observations, lists, personal inventories).You can define “the last four weeks” however you want: maybe you complete your list on the first of each month or maybe you just jump in whenever you can. I have not worked in an office in over five years, so the biggest change brought on by the presence of COVID-19 is just the quantity of time spent at home. And while that seems like maybe a parent’s cliched nightmare-ish combo, today my work for Moon Lists and also for my studio LUCCA (aka my “real” job) touches on all these things. I’m not sure who the target reader is here but it didn’t speak to me, a 40 year old spiritual woman.

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