What you should and should not do when there is a FULL MOON

The full moon is a phenomenon that is not only nice to observe with a raised nose, but also has a great influence on our health, on our biological rhythms and on our mood.

The moon and its cycles actually affect both nature and us humans.

To make the most of the Moon’s energy and influence, it’s good to know its phases.

In astrological terms, the phases of the Moon begin with the New Moon and end with the Full Moon, meaning that the end of the lunar cycle is when the seeds of intention you have planted (unknowingly or not) begin to blossom.

It’s almost as if the universe is telling us to stop, or at least slow down, for a few days to reevaluate and take stock of the path we’re on and correct course if necessary.

An easy way to take advantage of this astrological event is to incorporate full moon rituals into your daily routine.

It may sound a little strange, but since the full moon is synonymous with the end, these rituals are really a great way to evaluate your life path and recharge your energy levels.

Interested? Here are some tips on what to do and what not to do under a full moon.

The Full Moon tends to mark a great accumulation of energy, both light and dark.

This is then the perfect time to cleanse your space, your body and your mind: remove and release the energy accumulated during these weeks.

In short, live by the mantra “let go of everything that doesn’t belong to you”, if only for one day.

The Full Moon is often seen as a new beginning, but this is a wrong perception. The Full Moon actually marks the end of a phase.

Therefore, it is the perfect time for introspection and self-evaluation.

If you have never meditated before, now is the best time to start. If, on the other hand, you practice it regularly, you will notice that meditation during the full moon is a more intense, effective and satisfying experience.

The Full Moon is the perfect time to simply let go of anything that doesn’t align with your inner self.

Sometimes we don’t realize what’s wrong with us until it’s taken away from us or until a situation arises that forces us to look at things differently. Those insights, during the full moon, show what is really worth fighting for.

Everyone else should go.

Do you have a to-do list on your nightstand? Now is the perfect time to revisit it and check your progress.

Are you closer to achieving your goals than you were a few weeks ago? If so, keep it up! If not, ask yourself why. Be proactive and come up with a plan to get there.

You may also notice that some of these goals are no longer as important as before. Ok, that’s normal. In this case, there is no better time to let them go or change things as you see fit.

Don’t cling to the person you were when you first wrote this to-do list: accept yourself as you are now.

During the full moon there is a lot of swirling energy in the air. So another great way to celebrate it is with a vacation!

Full Moon means observing what is around us: situations, circumstances, people and emotions. These are all difficult things when you are busy with work.

Sometimes, in fact, we really just need to relax to see and understand what the universe is trying to tell us.

With so much energy pulsating from the Full Moon, we may be tempted to start something new right away.

The fact is that we are more emotional at this time in the Moon phase, so starting something new may not be the right thing to do.

Take some time to think and plan. Wait for the New Moon to start something new.

This period makes everything you experience much more intense: sometimes, given the high energy charge in the air, people tend to go crazy over small things.

So, now that you know this, try to avoid overreacting to situations that otherwise wouldn’t even affect you.

A relative of overreaction, the reckless decision-maker, goes down badly during the Full Moon: in fact, too many emotional decisions are made during this period.

So allow yourself a few days before making important decisions, especially those that you cannot change.

Source: Sito&Rešeto by www.sitoireseto.com.

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