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A Guide to Setting Intentions with the New Moon

On the last new moon of they year it feels very fitting to write about my new moon rituals. Creating rituals around the moon cycles is a powerful way to connect with our hearts and the universe on a regular basis. New moon rituals range from simple, elaborate, to everything in between. The most important aspect of your new moon ritual is that you connect with it and set aside time to engage with your practice each month. You will be amazed by the energy that comes from hitting the reset button with each new moon and how much you can manifest in such shorts period of time.

A couple of years ago I started a new moon manifesting practice at the suggestion of a friend. I had been paying attention to the moon cycles for a while in relation to my monthly cycle but hadn’t done much work in terms of connecting it to other aspects of my life. When I started researching new moon practices I discovered what a potent time it was for calling in desires and manifesting visions. I began with a simple ritual that I have expanded on over the years and have taught to many of my clients.

The moon has eight phases. The most well known is the fifth phase or full moon. The new moon is the first phase of the moon, when it orbits as seen from the earth, the moment when the moon and the sun have the same ecliptical longitude. The moon is not visible at this time except when it is seen in silhouette during a solar eclipse when it is illuminated by earthshine. –Wikipedia

New moons represent the beginning of a cycle and the full moon represents a clearing or release. In farming traditions the new moon in the time when the soil is most fertile and wet. Many farmers and gardeners plants seeds on the new moon as the moon’s lunar gravity pulls water up. The new moon is considered a growth phase and is an ideal time to plant seeds in our gardens as well as our hearts for the future. The new moon is an invitation to start fresh, call in intentions, and set the tone for the next cycle.

Asking the universe for what you want is a very powerful practice. Combine asking for what you want with the clean slate of the new moon and you have a potent recipe for creating the vision you most desire. The new moon offers an energizing and exciting time to recalibrate your energy for the upcoming cycle and bring a upgraded level of consciousness to the dreams you long to make a reality.

Learning to clearly ask for what you want is a big part of this practice. It requires you to dig deep into your heart and listen to what it is telling you. Often we find ourselves caught up in what we think we should want, what others want for us, or there is an ambivalent attitude about really going after our dreams. I’ve worked with many clients who feel guilty about what they want and believe they will never get it. This usually stems from feeling a big sense of lack in their lives, that they don’t deserve what their hearts want or they don’t feel worthy enough of their true desires. These belief systems need to be addressed in order to make the most out of these new moon intention rituals. The beauty is you do not need to have it all figured out right now. All that is required is an open heart and a willingness to explore what surfaces in your life with courage.

The new moon occurs every 29 1/2 days making it is easy to create a monthly intention setting ritual. Check the moon phases calendar and then take a moment to plug in all the new moons for 2017 right now, that way you have them and you don’t have to think about it each month. Consistency is key with any practice or ritual and the more energy you put into it each month the more you will receive back. Setting aside time each month on the new moon to get clear on what you want to manifest is number one. I typically suggest taking the few days leading up to the new moon to start honing in on what you want. Invite a tender and curious energy into your daily breathwork and meditation practices and notice what reveals itself. After a few days of paying attention you will have much more clarity when the new moon arrives on what you want to call in.

With each new moon I like to start with a clear deck. If something I am working on hasn’t materialized yet I can add it to the list again, if it has, there is always space for something new. I keep my new moon intention lists to ten items. All ten items can be centered around the same subject or you can focus on different areas. Either way, stick to ten, more than that and lists become scattered and way less potent. Better to keep things clear, concise, and simple than over complicate them. Universal energy is most efficient when we are. Think about it for a moment, absolutely no energy is wasted in nature – this is a key lesson here in writing out intentions and manifesting.

Please note that your new moon lists should be written by hand on paper. Something very magical happens when you put pen to paper and this is key in the intention setting process. If you like you can designate a notebook just for your moon lists.

And finally, you have 48 hours once the new moon begins to set your intentions. These hours are the most potent for manifesting and it’s good to get in the habit of working within this 2 day time frame.

How To Set Intentions with the New Moon by Ashley Neese


Pray for openness.
Anytime you set out to write your new moon list it’s very important to begin with a simple prayer. The prayer itself can be an intention to hold space for yourself while you write out your list. Keep it simple. Keep it honest. If you don’t have a prayer practice (this will be an upcoming blog post as it’s something I get asked about almost daily), you can use this one:

Dear universe, I am here to connect with spirit, truth, and love. Please make me a channel of your divine wisdom and help me see clearly in all aspects and help me tune into the greatest good in my heart.


Create a sacred place.
This can be an altar, desk, or corner in your home. Create a little area that is beautiful and reserved for your spiritual practices. I have a healing room in my house with crystals, plants, singing bowls, and photographs of some of my teachers and heroes. This can be as elaborate or as simple as you like. Carve out a little space that makes you feel inspired, grounded, and connected to your deepest self.


Clear the space.
Clearing the energy of your sacred space sets the tone for your practice and helps you align with the present moment. Here are some of my favorite plants for space clearing. As you clear your space say a simple prayer to ground your energy and intentions:

Dear Universe, may I have your support to clear this space so that my truest intentions can flow clearly from my heart onto the page.


New moon breathwork.
Breathing is a key aspect of manifesting and it will help you release any tension in your body so that you can write down your new moon intentions from a heart centered space.

Begin by taking a long exhale out of your mouth.
Place one hand on your belly and one on your heart.
Breathe in through your nose and out through your mouth.
Make your inhales and exhales long and smooth.
Breathe in this fashion for several minutes, until you become very clear and grounded.
Finish the practice by placing both hands on your heart and sending gratitude to your body.


Write your list.
Take out a sheet of paper and write the date and the following: This, or something better, now manifests for the highest good of all concerned. This statement gives the universe permission to substitute as needed to keep your manifestation karma super clean and clear.

Next write a list of what you want to manifest. Remember, 10 items tops! Be sure to write your statements in positive and affirming language, “I am” and not “I need” or “I want.” Focus on what you want, not what you don’t want. This sounds basic but in the beginning it can be a little challenging, especially if you are accustomed to spending lots of energy thinking about what you don’t want.

Allow yourself to dream really really big here. If that little voice of judgement creeps in, acknowledge it and get back to your list. This can be part of the manifesting process, especially when you’re asking for something huge. Go for it.

One of the big keys to writing your list is to getting into how each item FEELS. If you have followed my outlined steps you will be in an open space to truly listen to your heart. Spend time feeling into each item as you write it down. If it isn’t resonating with you 100% do not put it on your list. Part of this practice is learning to feel as if you already have what you want, this is basic Law of Attraction, if you can feel it with your entire body it will be more likely to come into reality.

Feel the feeling of the wish fulfilled. – Wayne Dyer


New Moon Meditation.
When your list is complete spend 10-15 minutes meditating on it. Go through each item one at a time and focus on how it feels in your body and how it will feel once you have manifested it. Once you have gone through your list let your attachment to your intentions go and settle into the curiosity of how the universe is conspiring to make your dreams come true. It’s a wonderful practice at the end of your meditation to say to the universe that you are freeing yourself from clinging to your wishes and that you are grateful and excited for what is to come.


Close out the ritual.
Once your meditation is over, say a simple prayer to close the ritual. Put your new moon intention list away until next month where you can go over it to see what has manifested. When an item on your lists becomes real thank the universe. If there are things that are no closer to coming into this dimension, I would consider revising them. Also make note of what intentions you are inching closer towards. During next month’s ritual you can go through this inventory of your previous list so you will have more clarity moving forward.

I have worked with many different new moon intention setting rituals and practices over the years and the above outline is the way I am currently engaging with this process. It might seem like super time consuming in the beginning but once you get into it you will enjoy setting aside time each month to connect to yourself, your heart and your deepest desires.

I typically take 1-2 hours for this each month as it has proven to be so healing in many ways. I often suggest to clients to start with 30-45 minutes and see how that feels. Above all have fun with the ritual and please let me know how things go with it, I cannot wait to hear!

Wishing you all a gorgeous new moon and end of the year.

All my heart.


Photo x Asami Zenri






  • Thanks for sharing this message, so much to learn, but incredibly beneficial. I’ve passed this along to two other friends who were also excited to get this under way, especially as we’re winding down the year. Thankfully 2016 has been good for me, and I know 2017 holds even more possibility!

    Happy New Year to you!

    • ashley

      Hello Mindy,
      Happiest new year to you! Thank you so much for taking the time to write, it’s lovely to hear from you. And thank you for sharing the post with friends, that makes my day! 2017 certainly does feel full of possibility doesn’t it? Just reading your words lights me up. Wishing you loads of joy and creative opportunities this year. Lots of love. xo

    • Lisa

      Can you tell me what the crystals you are holding in your hands in the article A Guide in Setting Intentions with the New Moon?

      Blessings and light

      • ashley

        Two different amethysts!

    • Punitha

      Can we do moon ritual during periods?

  • boriana

    thank you! thank you!! <3
    aside from it being a wonderful practical tool, this entry inspires so much excitement, wonder and trust in the process of truth seeking!
    it gives me tons of hope for finding Divine clarity within.
    loving rituals, i don't know why i have never had one around the Moon cycle. (and I am a Pisces who intuitively feels very connected to the Moon)
    i love the detailed step by step breakdown here (and also saw your video :).
    and I'm thrilled to establish this as a regular practice, tweaking it as i see fit. happy happy new year! bk

    • ashley

      Hello Boriana,
      Thank you so much for connecting! It’s wonderful to hear from you and I’m thrilled you are embarking on this journey. My moon is in Pisces, so I feel you, such an emotional and intuitive sign. Rituals are also very grounding for us water signs. Please keep us posted on your practice, I cannot wait to learn how it takes shape. Wishing you a beautiful 2017. Lots of love. x

    • Jamie

      Boriana, I’m a Pisces too and agree, I’ve always felt very connected to the moon. Very cool to share that!

  • Julia

    Thank you for sharing your new moon ritual! I was searhcing exactly for something like this. I want to start building rituals around the moon phases and have invited friends over for tomorrow to do a ritual together, so we will stick to your version for now and see how it goes :)

    • ashley

      Hi Julia,
      Thanks so much for taking the time to write. It is wonderful to connect with you! Keep me posted as the months go on, would love to hear how it’s going. Wishing you a beautiful week. x

  • Susane Quinn

    Thankyou for this new moon ritual I have been looking for something like this’ I am new to this but I am going to really enjoy doing this and seeing what come to fruition. I have had a crappy 7 months this 2017 so I am hoping this put me on a good path thankyou again for a excellent blog.

    • ashley

      You’re so welcom Susane. Thank you for being here and please do keep me posted! Sending love this new moon. x

  • sandy

    Thanks a ton for sharing. Having few doubts. What did you mean by “there two days are important” did you mean that new moon day and the next day? Can i do it either one of the days? DCan i write all ten intentions. on one page? Should I be keeping that paper in a box. And where should I keep that box? Can I keep it near altar? Should I look at the box everyday and pray? Today is new moon day and I want to write the intentions.

    • ashley

      The day before the new moon, on the new moon and the day after the new moon all work! You can do it on any of those days. Keep the paper in a place that is scared to you, your altar is ideal. Look at the paper daily to affirm your intentions. xxx

  • sandy

    Thank you for sharing. Need your help. Can you please show one example of the intentions how to write. should I write as if it is achieved. and where to keep that paper after writing

    • ashley

      Yes, write as if achieved, example: I am grounded in my body.

      • Please help. I rs the waxing moon and I have old new moon wishes and full moon wishes. It is ok to keep them or do I need to bury them?

        • ashley

          Either way is great!

  • Anny

    Hello Ashley ! I am grateful for this ritual! So inspiring! I have my moon in Pisces too! I have a notebook dedicated for this practice. Should I write a sentence like a positive affirmation or a detailed wish and more specific? Also, should I pray every day upon these intentions or leave them until the next moon?? Have a wonderful New moon and New beginnings!! Thank u so much!!

    • ashley

      Hi Anny,
      Apologies for the slow response! Yes, be as specific as possible and check in with your intentions daily until the next new moon. Please do keep me posted! xoa

  • ana M

    Thank you for this informative blog! I had 2 questions – what do we do with the old lists as we rewrite the new one?
    If I keep a scapbook of the intentions I want to manifest , what do I do with the scrapbook if it is full or things have manifested ? I dont think I should simply throw it away nor put it in recycle…..

    • ashley

      Hi! You can save your lists in a notebook or folder, it’s great to keep them and refer back so that you can see how much you are manifesting! You will be surprised at how much will come. xxx

  • Payton Harris

    Thank you for sharing! It’s easy to infer that you’re such a beautiful soul, inside and out.

    • ashley

      Thank you for being here! Wishing you a beautiful new year! x

  • Deni

    Hello Ashley,
    I found your post very interesting and inspiring. I am not english mothertongue so I couldn’t understand what you mean by writing “items” and I found a little bit confusing the sentence: write “I am” and not “I need” or “I want.” Focus on what you want, not what you don’t want. How can you focus on wanting something without using the word “want”? Is this item one should focus on wanting something abstract? Can you make an example? Thank you very much in advance.

  • Bolaji

    Thank you Ashley for these information This is the 2nd year i have been seeking to know how to perform this new moon celebration and now i thank God for bringing me to your site. i believe you are d angel d universe sent to me. thanks so much..

    • ashley

      You’re so welcome! Thanks for being here and sharing!

  • Dear Ashley, wish you a very happy 2018! Your post is extremely useful and I want to thank you for sharing it with us. All the intentions to be listed out – are they kind of short term? For, I find that there are a few long term intentions that I would love them to materialise eventually and its difficult to confine them to a list of 10 which always seem to consist of intentions which seem urgent! Please suggest. xx Ishita

    • ashley

      Hello Ishita,
      Happy new year to you and thanks for being here! If you want to make a 2018 intention list you can write them in longer form. I usually have one big list for the year and then I do a smaller new moon intention list with each month. This way you can have the longer list for the entire year and the monthly lists can be more focused on specific areas of the larger list. Does that make sense?! x

  • Can you tell me what your simple closing prayer is that you say?

    Thank you this was just what I was looking for!!!

    • ashley

      Hi Lisa,
      I usually say a prayer of gratitude where I thank all of the elements that were part of the ritual and then I wish for the highest good for all. It’s different each time as I tap into how I’m feeling in the moment and say whatever comes up, this is such an amazing way to pray, right from the heart. It can feel awkward in the beginning but with practice it gets easier! x

  • Tammy

    Hi Ashley! I just recently started setting new moon intentions and absolutely love your article! So positive and inspiring. I’m looking forward to reading more of your articles .I have a friend that does a new moon ritual where she rights down her intentions on paper then burns the paper. Have you ever heard of this practice and if so what do you think? I like your way better personally.

    • ashley

      Thanks so much Tammy! I really appreciate you taking the time to share. Yes, I know that is a very popular practice! I like to keep my lists so that I can refer back to them once the things I am wishing for come true, but burning them is also an option. Wishing you a wonderful weekend and thanks for being here! x

  • Danielle

    Thank you so much for this thorough advice. I’m new to following the lunar cycles and practicing rituals.
    Your perspective and ritual is just the right energy for me!

    • ashley

      You’re so welcome Danielle. I am thrilled that this post was helpful for you and I am wishing you all the best with your rituals! x

  • Best new moon intention ritual I’ve read yet! Thank you for being so thorough! Can’t wait to try this :)

    • ashley

      You’re so welcome Angela! Thank you for taking the time to connect! x

      • Sandy

        Dear Ashley,

        I am so grateful for your blog. My question is can I write intentions for my family and my sister’s family also? and any other extended family members.

  • Jasmine

    Hi Ashley! Thank you for providing such a beautifully written post, that’s also very informative. I have a silly question…I wrote out my intention list and sealed it with So Be It and then noticed I made an error when writing it. Since I wrote it in a meditative space, I am scared to throw it out. I was going to shred it, but I feel like that’s not very positively symbolic of my intentions. I wrote a new list and am keeping it in a safe space…however I can admit I wasn’t in much a meditative space when I wrote the second version. Does this matter or am I being overly cautious/superstitious?


  • Taniesha D Brackett

    Dear Ashley, THANK YOU for being so thorough in your explanation! This is the most helpful explanation I’ve found! Keep up the great work.

  • ana

    Hello Ashley,
    Thank you for taking the time to respond to the numerous comments/questions and for sharing this ritual.
    I have just started the practice and have 3 questions.
    1. Do all intentions have to start with” I am …. “? Instead, can we write the intention as “Money flows into my life abundantly ” ?
    2. After we write ” This, or something better, now manifests for the highest good of all concerned. ” to keep our karma clear, can we write intentions that include someone else? For example ” I and my husband have an abundant income”.
    3. Would including others (spouse, children, etc ) in your list of intention slow the manifestation process or have effect it in any way? Example if I write: My children be successful – does this count as an intention?
    Have a blessed day!

  • Tee

    Hi Ashley,
    Is it ok to pre-prepare a list in my phone? And then transfer it from my phone to paper when I perform the New Moon ritual?


  • Hi Ashley
    Thank you for your site just found it as I’m new to this always have an interest in the moon.
    Thank you for making your blog easy to understand.
    My question is five of my wishes are interlinking with one another dose this matter.
    Love & Light
    Have a fabulous day

  • Hi Ashley, I’ve just found your blog and really just love it! thank you for your beautiful sharing!

    • ashley

      Thanks so much!

  • Janice

    Hi Ashley, do you believe everything happens for a reason?! I have been taking mediumship classes for the past 12 months. I noticed over the prior 3 months, the moon has been beaming in on me while laying in bed, which has been comforting. This morning I plugged in my cell phone and an email popped up at exactly 11:11 (large numbers) which was this first thing I noticed. When I see 11:11, I usually take it as being on the right path. The e-mail was talking about setting intentions at the new moon and clearing out at the full moon, it didn’t go into detail. I have never heard of this before, so I googled it and found your site. I believe the universe is guiding me to try this. It’s so nice to find people who share their knowledge and experiences with others. Thank you so much for posting this and giving insight, definitely going to try this!!.

    • ashley

      Yes I do believe that Janice! It’s so wonderful to connect with you. Thank you for sharing your experiences, I am so glad you landed on this practice! Wishing you a potent full moon and beautiful rest of summer. x

  • Jamie

    Hi Ashley,

    I did this for the very first time with the last new moon. I felt it appropriate since it was on 8/11/18, I love that number 11 or any sequence of 1’s. I had run a race that day and my number was 111. Everything seemed to line up for me so I really devoted myself to doing this practice and wrote down a list of several things I wanted to manifest or had an intention of calling into my life. Swear to God, they have almost all occurred! I’m pleasantly surprised and I hate to act like a doubter at all because I do believe that the more belief, faith and trust you put into it, the better your results will be but it’s hard with a logical mind to believe something will come to me before it’s actually there. Anyway, I’m very grateful to have discovered this post and please write more. I’d love to hear how your experiences have been going with new moon intentions. Would love to hear if you’ve found anything since that works well, doesn’t work, etc.

    With gratitude,

  • Thank you!

    • ashley

      You’re welcome!

  • V

    Thank you. 💕💐

  • Thank you so much for this! The New Moon is tomorrow and I was just looking up prayers, mantras and new ways to clear my space and energy to accept more amazing blessings into my life. I’ve never done this before. And I’ve actually never been into the full moon this or new moon that and this post has truly inspired me to go for it! I learned a lot and now I’m feeling motivated to be more intentional in ways that will cater to both myself and the Universe. I had no idea what I was doing before but now I do. I’m excited to see what this new moon will bring for me when I bring myself to it. They say this new moon (Jan 5 & 6) is going to be really important for everybody but especially Capricorns, Cancers, Libras, and Aries. I am an Aries and Aries is in Mars right now (The Action Planet) so I just have a feeling amazing feeling about this new moon pushing me to stay committed to some of my dreams and goals. Me reading this post came at such a perfect time so thank you, thank you, thank you!

  • Cassandra Donkor

    Hi Ashley,
    Am about to declare my intention to the New Moon..
    I pray it comes true…

  • Aqsa


    I am really looking forward to doing my manifestation tonight on the first new moon of the year and your article is great! Seeing as this article was from 2016, does anyone have any manifestation successes they can share as a motivator?

  • Rhe

    Hi this was so very information. You are amazing for putting it out to us so we too can benefit. Thank you so much dear soul. I will be using this as a guide going forward. Much much love and thanks :) Namaste .

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  • Kristi Lee

    I’m so pleased to have come across this post! I’m using it as an outline/structure to set new moon intentions for my former housemate and myself at her home this evening (11/26/19). Having a suggested outline and beautiful short invocations and prayers makes this first-timer feel far less daunted. 💖

    • ashley

      So glad you found this entry and that it supported you!!

  • Mila Loi

    I always am in search for the best ways to manifest during a full moon (consistently reading various pieces) & I have to say this has been the best one I’ve read yet. Very informative & it truly made me feel refreshed/revitalized after writing.

    Thanks for sharing! <3

    • ashley

      Thank you so much for sharing, I am thrilled this practice helped you!! x

  • Brenda Reid

    I have been doing new moon rituals for 17 years. I usually try to get it in within the 48 hours. Sometimes I go into the next day and just say and pray that my new moon list is aceei. Actually the time zones are different over the world. This had become successful for me in the past. I love moon journalling.

    • ashley

      Thanks so much for letting me know, I really appreciate you taking the time to share. x

  • Brenda Reid

    Left some thoughts out of previous comment. I have gone into the next day, early morning and prayed that my new moon list would be accepted and it was. After 48 hours. This is a wonderful moon journalling technique. It works!!!

    • ashley

      Amazing!! I’m so happy to hear it worked so well for you! Yay! x

  • mels

    I wrote my affirmations/wishes and really visualized them coming to fruition. I kept my list in a sacred spaces should I burn during the full moon?

    • ashley

      If that feels right to you by all means go for it! x

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    • ashley

      You’re welcome! x

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    So beautiful. Thank you for sharing this. I am inspired. I will be leading my first ever new moon ceremony tonight so really really excited for it. X

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  • Just followed your ritual for the supermoon new moon sep 17 2020, really appreciate you giving such thorough details for each step. Thank you so much!

    • ashley

      You’re so welcome! x

  • Shailvi

    Hi Ashley,
    Thank you so much for this blog. I’m thinking to start practicing new moon rituals from this month only.
    Just had some doubts. I usually live in a hostel (with roommates) and sometimes I return back home and live here. So, it is impossible for me to have a definite private space for moon rituals (especially in hostel). So, is there a problem if I don’t have a specific space only for writing my intentions and meditation? Or if I keep changing my place for performing these rituals every month?

  • Shalu

    Hi Ashley,

    (sorry I couldn’t complete my initial comment and now I can’t delete it or type a new comment so I’m continuing here)
    Thank you so much for this blog. I’m thinking to start practicing new moon rituals from this month only.
    Just had some doubts. I usually live in a hostel (with roommates) and sometimes I return back home and live here. So, it is impossible for me to have a definite private space for moon rituals (especially in hostel). So, is there a problem if I don’t have a specific space only for writing my intentions and meditation? Or if I keep changing my place for performing these rituals every month?

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  • Bradley West

    This was really a joy to read and a centering blessing to initiate. I found the structure to be both grounding and flexible, so you can put your own soulprint on it.

    I really appreciated the links to articles about the Lilith – her moons etc. – I am a fan of the great ancient triple Goddess, in all of her forms.
    Blessings to you sister,


    Thankful for the universe. Thankful for everything this life has purpose for.

  • Jessica

    Thank You 🙏
    This is the first time I really want to learn how to set intentions for the new moon, so I’ll write back to let you know my practice going!
    Best wishes for you and all ❤️

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