Tapping Into Full Moon Energy


By: Lynda Forman

 The Earth is comprised of 75% water, but what many people forget is that their bodies are also comprised of 75% water. This may seem coincidental to some, but this connection is something to be explored in your daily life. Each day, the moon’s gravity pulls the oceans back and forth, helping to create tides that fall on the shore and to pull the water back out. The moon helps to move the waters of the world, but many feel the tides of their own lives as well. Since we can not help but be affected by the world around us, tapping into the full moon energy is a way to celebrate this connection and bring ourselves more fully into our lives.

 Full Moon Calendar – http://moonphases.info/full_moon_calendar_dates.html


 The Fullness of the Moon

  When the moon is full in the sky, it’s a time when the brightness of the Sun is not obscured by the Earth’s shadow. Over the course of a month, the moon’s glow grows larger and larger until it reaches its complete fullness. Think about this for a moment, isn’t life the same way? We have goals we seek to achieve and we slowly build up the resources and the energy to bring them to fruition. When they are fully realized, we can look upon our successes with admiration – and we can celebrate the new fullness of our own lives.

How to Bring Full Moon Energy into Your Life

 Each month, the moon changes, and so do you. While the changes are subtle at first, it’s eventually clear that you are different than you were at the start of the month. You might have the same job, the same family, and the same bank account, but you change, even when you don’t realize it.

 During the time when the moon’s energy is high, this is a time when the energy is right for learning what you might accomplish next, what direction you might need to take. With the energy being high, you may want to:

 Listen to your dreams – Dreams during the time of the full moon can be powerful and filled with messages. Write down your dreams in the morning, before you get out of bed to see what you might learn about your life.

Think about what you want – In this time of fullness, consider all of the things you still want in your life. What do you want to bring into fullness?

Notice the changes in your life – This is a good time to also notice the changes in your life. What has shifted? What has been altered?

 By looking at your life like a continuous cycle of tides, you can begin to change the way that these changes feel when they’re happening. No longer are changes scary since each ebb returns to flow, and each flow returns to ebb – waxing and waning over and over.

The Full Moon: A Time for Gratitude

 The fullness of the moon is a time of remembering all that you have in your life. Take some time to sit with yourself, possibly in the moonlight, to consider the riches you have. In days when it seems you can never have enough, recognizing and acknowledging what you do have can be a powerful experience.

Make a list of things for which you are grateful – Stop during the full moon to take an inventory of the things in your life that make you feel full and happy.

Give thanks to yourself for change – Allow yourself to be grateful for the things that have changed, whether positive or negative.

During the full moon, you have an opportunity to realize how full your life is and how much fuller it can become. It’s the natural cycle of life and one that can be celebrated.

Have a Blessed Week
Love & Light
The Spirit Way 


About thespiritwaytoday

Even though I have been psychic my whole life, it's been the last 18 years that I have opened up to using my gifts. I am a psychic advisor, medium channel, and energy reader. It's my mission in life now to help as many people as I can. I know that the universe brought you here for a specific reason that may impact your life in a positive way.

Posted on 04/22/2012, in Relationship W/Self. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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