Night Of The Full Moon Hack
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[Developer's message]Willing to adulthood we still remember the beginning of the heart, like Little Red Riding Hood as brave and warmNo matter how dark the way forward, never give up my heart so that you can finally pursue the light.On the full moon night, reunite with your grandmother.For the candlelight of the years, for a good ending
A full moon ritual can be an elaborate ceremony or a simple act of self-care. It can be done as a group with your fellow moon lovers, or you can work with the moon energies in a solitary ritual. Whether you have all night, or just a few minutes, you can commit to a full moon ritual every month and start to see the benefits of moon rituals.
The obvious answer to this is: during the full moon. Full moon energies are associated with energy, abundance, fruition, gratitude, new beginnings, cleansing and letting go of the things that no longer serve us.
The moon cycles every 29.5 days. During that time, it goes through eight phases: new Moon, waxing crescent, first quarter, waxing gibbous, full Moon, waning gibbous, third quarter and waning crescent.
The full moon has different names depending on the month, and which culture you are working with. Working with the energy of these full moons and their seasons can influence your rituals. Commonly used moon names with the lunar calendar in North American are:
One of the first things you can do to celebrate the Full Moon and embrace those lunar energies is to make Full Moon Water. This is a simple ritual, which will provide you with moon water so you can enjoy those full moon energies all month long in your other spells and rituals. All you need is a jar, water and the full moon. Our popular How to Make Moon Water instructions can help you make the most of this ritual.
No matter what cleansing ritual I am doing with the full moon, I will take a moment at the end to close my eyes, meditate and ask the moon to clear away any negativity, and imbue myself, the space or item with beautiful lunar energies.
I am quite obsessed with tarot, so incorporating it into my full moon ritual is a natural fit. My favourite full moon tarot ritual is to set up my sacred space. I cleanse it, set out crystals and candles, then shuffle. For my tarot spread I like to do a simple three card spread:
Creating a crystal grid on the full moon is a magical way to use crystals and the full moon energy to set your intentions for the month. If you are new to crystal gridding, we have a resource introducing this sacred geometry approach to using crystals.
Sitting or standing in front of your altar, meditate and relax your mind for a few moments. Focus on grounding yourself and allowing the energy of the full moon to enter you. Then bring your focus on to your intentions and goals. Focus until they are very clear. If it helps your focus, write your goals in a journal and have it open on your altar.
Use your journaling time to focus on celebrating your achievements and growth from the previous moon cycle. Give gratitude for blessings that have come your way. Explore that which no longer serves you and set intentions of cleansing and letting go where necessary. Include an affirmation that celebrates the abundance and positive energies in your life. Harness the unique power of the full moon and journaling to bring clarity to your life.
No matter what full moon ritual you choose to do, the most important thing is to be intentional in what you do. The goal is not perfection. Your timing may not be perfect, the weather may not cooperate, perhaps you are sick or life throws a curveball at you and your energies feel off. No matter what is going on, setting the intention of doing a full moon ritual every month, and committing to making it happen, is key.
A solar eclipse is when the moon passes between Earth and the sun, thereby totally obscuring the sun. As the moon blocks the sunlight, day seems to turn into night. During this time, the sky goes dark, temperature drops and solar energy decre