"This Wednesday's Libra Moon is the first full Moon of the astrological year, which begins with Aries. It is a special Moon for many religions, especially Judaism, Christianity, because it marks both Passover and Christ's Resurrection on Easter. Each Spring we welcome back the fertility, warmth and abundant Life of the Earth, celebrating and honoring the cosmic law and gift of Mother Earth--life will return! The Mother's Ouroboros swallows his own tail as a pledge to this eternal return. Life arises out of death, just as death is part of life." See below for more info.
The effects of the full moon are obviously very powerful on us individually and collectively. Some of us can feel it tangibly in the heightened energy. It can make sleeping difficult, and for some people, it can make you (& your life) go a little crazy!
The trick is to harness and use this energy for the greater good. Everything in this world has a purpose. The full moon and her energy can help us on our spiritual journey to give us a little boost. To achieve the things we struggle with, such as healing, changing what doesn't work in our lives and manifesting our deepest dreams, hopes and desires.
The more you practice working with this powerful energy, the more effective it can be for you.
At these full moon meditations, we practice developing our sensitivity to the energy of la luna, and bringing it into our energy field, along with the powerful energies of the Earth and other elements. After a brief discussion about what is happening in the world right now, we will begin our meditation with a Medicine Wheel Ceremony.
Next will be a resting meditation (Yoga Nidra) where we will be connecting deeply with the Earth, Moon, Air, Water & Fire from the Galactic Core.
The more one practices this meditation, the deeper you will go and the more effective the healing & transformation.
Please bring your own yoga mat and blanket.
COST: Free Will Love Donation (suggested: $10-$20)
122 Green Bay Rd.
Thiensville, WI 53092
Thiensville Mill Prof Bldg
(Side Door - off parking lot)
I look forward to seeing you soon!
Peter Ross Voigt