The Moon is the closest heavenly body to the Earth. It has always been associated with magickk and mysteries, especially the female mysteries. Since the beginning of time the Moon has been worshiped as the Mother-Goddess,

Location: The Secret Moon Garden

Healing Moon Chant

‘Ancient Moons, lend your power.

Bring me peace this very hour.

I call upon your strength and might,

Bless your child this secret night.

Full Moon/New Moon Dates and Times 2009/2013

What happens at the full Moon?

The Full Moon is a culmination, a peak, and many people notice a spike in exuberance and activity at this time. The Sun and Moon are in opposite signs, and the qualities of both signs in which they fall are lit up with a current running between them.

What are some ways to engage with the Full Moon?

If you’ve set intentions on the new Moon, the full Moon is the time for releasing them out to spirit. You might like to meditate on the new Moon intentions as the Moon grows brighter, adding power to them with your focus. The waxing Moon is a building up of energy, and a great time to cultivate something new in your life.

How does this work exactly?


The key to working with planetary energies is understanding that you are a part of it all, too. As the Sun and Moon move through the signs, a force field of energy is cast down, engaging with your own unique astrological blueprint. In other words, “May the force be with you,” and may you also be with the force.


Staying intimately connected to this cosmic dance allows you to tune into subtle shifts and changes. Our intuitive selves experience these through dream images, spirit guidance, and soul yearnings. You go beyond awareness of your known self, so you can experience your spirit self and its possibilities.

What are intentions?

Intentions are like wishes you send out, but you’ve got to take an active part in making them happen. You can call it a prayer, too. Whether we know it or not, we all have intentions, sometimes unconscious, that shape our experience. When you set intentions consciously, it makes you more present to the moment, able to jump on opportunities, cultivate contacts, and recognize divine serendipity.

Preparing for the full Moon.

Each full Moon has a different intuitive feel, and any ritual you do could draw on the essence of the sign. As it approaches, you might gather photos, found objects, meaningful totems and place them with your intentions in a prominent place.

Time to Celebrate:

The full Moon often casts an exuberant vibe, making it a great time to have a party. This also opens the door for meaningful people to step into your life. But keep in mind that it can be intense, too. There’s a reason why more patrolmen are sent out on full Moons! Take time to honour yourself in some way for any steps you took since the new Moon.

The Climax and the “Reveal”:

Sometimes full Moons feel like the end of an Act in your on-going life story. This is true both on the personal and the global scale. It’s like in a movie where all the plot points are pulled together, and for a brief moment, you can see the interwoven whole. If you set intentions, the full Moon is a time when you begin to make out the path, and can take an exhilarating step forward. It is both a culmination and a time to act on something you’ve imagined. In the act of doing, you have brought an idea into reality, and made magick.



5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Tee Fay
    Apr 26, 2013 @ 20:06:39

    Very informative and interesting. I did the first part of a spell that I am working on, knowing that it is a full moon. I had to go out and collect some “ingredients”. I then performed a ceremony with prayer to cleanse everything and ask of God and Goddess that they will bless these things as the first step to my spell. I intend to complete it later after the moon has waned and then started waxing again. Maybe as we approach the next full moon. But it’s quite a complex spell (for me that means formal prayer), so I needed to make a start now, and thought it would be best to start gathering the things I need during a full moon. 🙂



  2. hocuspocus13
    Jul 09, 2014 @ 22:39:12

    Reblogged this on hocuspocus13 and commented:
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  3. indigosilence
    Jul 10, 2014 @ 03:13:24

    Very cool post. I love lunar power. Thank you for sharing this.



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