We are in for a real treat Wednesday morning. According to the lunar calendar, we've not only got a full moon but it's also super, meaning it's closer to the Earth than normal and one month away from it being the closest all year June 23rd, 2021. It's a blood moon, which means the Earth's moon is also experiencing a lunar eclipse. What was glowing bright and white last night will rise a bit redder or rust-colored and we won't see this type of business again until May of 2022 so let's celebrate it!

A full moon is a great time to reset your intentions. Ask yourself what's been working recently for you and not. You can set out water to charge under the moonlight and use it in your garden, morning tea, and bathwater. You can set up a little area with sage and your favorite crystals to charge or gather up some of your favorite flowers and candles, burn rose petals, write a wish on a bay leaf and burn that baby up and I like to spark up some eucalyptus and lavender as well.

It's also a great time to meditate and try out something I recently learned coming from Yoga, it's called Apana mudra

In Apana mudra, the top of the thumb touches the middle and the top of the ring finger. The place of love is the center of health and strength, hence this mudra is called energy mudra. This mudra detoxes the body by stimulating the excretion system to flush out the toxins of the body.


This Super Blood Full Moon Eclipse is powerful in the fact it's not about setting intentions but embracing the energy and feelings that come up. Take off your shoes and socks and walk around in the grass, take deep breaths in and out and release what's not serving you. It could be work or family related, close relationships that once meant everything to you could be about to shift and though scary that's part of the next phase in your life so let it go and flow with it. You are becoming more in line with who you are and what you're meant to do. Sometimes that can feel wild. Assess the relationships that come up while you sort through your thoughts. Is this relationship healthy or are you beginning to see that you've grown out of this space? It's ok, take your time and let the cards fall where they are already planning on landing.

According to Shape.Com

Fire sign Sagittarius, symbolized by the Archer, is ruled by Jupiter, the planet of good fortune, luck, exaggeration, and growth. The gigantic planet, which tends to have a magnifying effect on everything it comes in contact with and exudes wildly "go big or go home" vibes, also oversees long-distance travel, higher education, philosophy, and religion. People born during Sag season come into the world while you're likely in the midst of firing up your holiday lights, intent on filling dark, cold, abbreviated days with sheer joy, cheer, festiveness as well as religious traditions and amplified social time.

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