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Full Moon Meditation Tips

Full moons are a time to sit under the moonlight and take what you need.

You can meditate under the moon to:

- find inner peace

- release what is no longer serving you

- ask for guidance

- and so much more

Some full moons I want to dance and celebrate the magic of human existence. During other full moons I feel called to sit still and just breathe.

Whatever you feel called to do during this full moon, know that it is the right thing to do. If you are interested in full moon meditation and need a place to start, try one of the offerings below:

  1. Take a bath: gather your favorite crystals, light some candles, turn on some soft music or nature sounds and relax. Feel the warmth of the water envelop your body - sink into it. Imagine the warm moonlight falling over you in the same way. Let the light and warmth cleanse you deeply. Ask yourself 'what is no longer serving me?' or 'what can I release right now?' Breathe in fresh air and breathe out fully. With each out breath release what you need.

  2. Celebrate where you are now: list some things you're grateful for, list some of your recent 'wins', dance to your favorite songs, eat your favorite meal, practice self care - do something for yourself that is nourishing and reminds you that you are right where you need to be.

  3. Meditate: walking, sitting, or lying down - breathing in deeply & exhaling fully - imagine the moonlight on your skin. Starting from the crown of your head, over you face, ears, neck, shoulders, chest, and all the way down to your toes. Imagine how the light feels - is it warm or cool? does it tingle anywhere? Let the light surround you and fill you up. Breathe it in. Ask for guidance if you need it. Release something that may be weighing you down. Express gratitude.

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