Monday, April 7, 2014

April's Pink Full Moon

April’s Pink Full Moon



The full moon on April 15 at 3:42 am (Eastern Daylight Time) will not appear pink, despite its name. The appellation refers instead to ground phlox, one of the earliest spring blooming flowers. The April full moon is also known as the Wind Moon, Sprouting Grass Moon, Egg Moon, and Fish Moon.


The moon may have a reddish tint because of the total lunar eclipse, which will be visible throughout North America beginning at 3:46 am EDT and lasting for an hour and eighteen minutes. The total eclipse may stir personal and public disruptions. Adding to the chaos, Pluto begins its five-month retrograde, bringing upheaval and transformation starting April 14. (Photo credit: David Dickinson. http://www.universetoday.com/110780/get-ready-for-the-april-15-2014-total-lunar-eclipse-our-complete-guide/)

Moon Magic

Hunker down and stay calm.

Avoid performing magic while the moon is void of course on April 15 from 3:42 am until it enters Scorpio at12:20 pm (EDT). If you wish to work with Libra’s WE BALANCE energy, perform moon magic on April 14 before the moon becomes void of course.

The challenge this month will be to remain centered, grounded, innovative, and patient. Coat a green or white candle with olive oil and crushed lavender. If you feel you need protection, add fresh rosemary to the mix. As you light the candlewick, envision grounding roots sprouting from the soles of your feet and plunge them deep into the earth to ground yourself. See yourself as calm and able to remain steadily on task. You are the still eye of the storm.

Rooted and strong,
I can do no wrong.

Goals I attain.
Calm I remain.

Rooted and strong,
I can do no wrong.






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