Leading up to the Spring Full Moon, 4th April, normally stormy weather, freakish blasts, as the vibrational energy changes. According to the Cherokee, this is the Windy Moon, also known as the Storm Moon. Spring comes, as storms sweep in, high winds can damage tress and homes, this energy surge is heightened by the lunar eclipse, 4th April.
The Choctaw tribes call this full moon of early April the Big Famine Moon—–food reserves have been exhausted, and we await new supplies, newness throughout. This is an excellent time to renews kitchens, bedrooms, bathrooms, have a refurbishment, spring clean.
The Dakota Sioux call this ‘the moon when eyes are sore from bright snow’, blinded by the light, we seek to rest…..but April is the time to have new adventures, make decisions, be creative—in this helpful goat year.
Now is a turbulent time of hope and danger, of adventure and risk. Keep a wary eye out for severe weather and crafty people!
In the northeast sector of your home, honour the quickening life in the world around you, burn eight bright pink candles! Empower new projects, new creativity——for love, place two bright pink candles in the southwest of your home. In the east and southeast of your garden, plant evergreens, especially magical bamboo and willow.
Launch a new business, explore new educational opportunities—sing and dance, paint and play.
Different vibrational beats and rhythms start now, steady, slower, more earthy–bringing power and confidence. In India, Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated—the birthday of Lord Hanuman, the monkey god. Inventive, adventurous, solver of puzzles, Hanuman is a symbol of new strength and energy. He can conquer negative energies, he can give you new opportunities. His colours are red and yellow, place them, in any way you can, in the southern sector of your home.
All good things……..