The full moon is a powerful time for mediation, energy healing and recharging our energy fields. It is also a time when emotions are amplified.
Since emotions are easily accessible, it is a great opportunity to acknowledge them, process them, heal and ultimately release them. The luminous full moon brings light on negative emotions and it is the perfect time to release them!
Full moons are about endings. This is the time to let go. This is the time when seeds we sown are coming to fruition, so this is not the best time to set new goals but rather self-reflect on our intentions. Maybe some of your goals do not seem relevant anymore. That’s ok, this is the time to ponder on it and let go what is not necessary anymore.
The full moon is the time to begin the process of clearing blockages stored in your body and energetic field through meditation, breathing techniques and energy work such as a Qigong practice.
Being outdoors and having some rituals with a mindful, spiritual and/or energy practice is very beneficial during that time. Just the fact to expose your bare skin to the moonlight, gaze up at the brillance of the moon and bask in its cooling energy and love will “light you up” shining down so much pure energy.
Full moon rituals are at their best when they involve evaluation, assessment, self-reflection, cleansing and recharging.
Ancient cultures have always honored this potent lunar time for energy healing. The full moon affects us also at the soul level. As its energy seems to open up our hearts and mind, this is the ideal time to connect with our spirits guides. Meditation (sitting or in movement) and breathwork are an excellent way to do so. Just set your intention before the practice.
Supermoon, a time of the year when the moon is closer to Earth, amplifies the effects and make the full moon even stronger!
A few things to avoid during the full moon:
As energy is abudant during the full moon, you will probably feel full of energy at that time. However, as mentioned above this is the time for reflections and not tto rush into starting something new or make big decisions. It is wiser tait for a few weeks for the new moon. Be patient, slow down.