Blue Moon

 The term “Blue Moon” seems to have been attached to a familiar and common event in only the last 30 years. It does not even involve the color blue. When we can view a full moon two times in one calendar month, this is referred to as a “blue moon.”

Some individuals claim that the second calendar Full Moon was based on the phrase “once in a blue moon.” Yet, in truth, that seems strange since the “two full moons” in a calendar month happens about once every 2.5 years.

Metaphysically, the Blue Moon represents our rare opportunity to fully express ourselves through communication and clarity of expression. The symbolic blue energy represents our Throat Chakra. Use this rare occasion to open up, relay your inner thoughts and creativity.

What are you yearning to express? What’s the motivation behind your communication? What kind of signals are you sending?

Utilize this “blue moon moment” in time to contemplate your spoken and unspoken articulations. Bring about change and move forward.

Gain more moon power…

Full Moon Meditation

The reflective light of the full moon gives a wonderful and magical sense of harmony and peacefulness. Meditating in its light gives an etheric and positively enchanting feeling of oneness and unity with nature and sky. We are empowered by the full moon and its wonder. Learn how to bring about change in your life by working with one of nature’s most influential forces…

Engaging With A Blue Moon

A “blue moon” is awareness of something out of the ordinary. Something that calls our attention. It’s different. In this day and age, it takes something different to wake us (shake us) out of the “rut” or mechanical life we may lead. A  blue moon can give us this feeling or opportunity to do so. Take this opportunity to learn to expressing yourself in a more freeing or liberating way.   

Rituals for the Super Moon

Super moon or Supermoon, is the coincidence of a full moon or a new moon with the closest approach the Moon makes to the Earth on its elliptical orbit, resulting in the largest apparent size of the lunar disk as seen from Earth. The technical name is the perigee-syzygy of the EarthMoonSun system. The term “supermoon” is not astronomical, but originated in modern astrology.

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