Full Moon, rituals and how to harness its power

Updated: May 6

You want to absorb the superpowers of the first of only two Supermoons that will occur in 2021. We'll be treated to two Supermoons this year, the first on April 26 and the second on May 26.

The Moon shines as a perfect white circle in the sky every 29.5 days. This is called Full Moon. Full moons that appear larger in the sky than normal are known as Supermoons, but the difference may not be visible to the naked eye. In 1979, astrologer Richard Nolle came up with the term "Supermoon," which refers to a new or full Moon that happens when the Moon is within 90 percent of perigee, its closest approach to Earth.

This full Moon was called the "Pink" Moon and, while we wish this name had more to do with the Moon's colour, the truth isn't quite as magical as we would like to. In fact, the full Moon in April always happened to coincide with the early spring blooms of a wildflower native to eastern North America called Phlox subulata, also known as creeping phlox or moss phlox, and also known as "moss pink."

Although is not literally pink, this Super Moon in April is as beautiful and fantastical as it sounds, and it's about to shower you with lovely celestial vibrations.

There is an ancient proverb saying:” The Sun sees your body. The Moon sees your soul.” This proverb captures humanity's relationship with the Moon perfectly.

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