To the Cherokee, April full moon is the Flower Moon, to the Ancient Chinese and Japanese, the time of ‘the stirring of insects’.
Energy is moving, chi change is rapid—-April and May can be the time of removing obstacles, ‘old battles’, and letting things blossom and buzz.
All is blooming with life and colour, ready for ‘lusty May’.
The Choctaw call the April Full Moon the Wildcat Moon……more activity from the bobcats, Lynxes. All Nature purrs and charms, looking for love and agreements, a time of balance and beauty.
The Dakota Sioux call this time — the return of the geese in scattered formation — warmth is coming. Time to be active, time to take control, time to ask for what you want, what you wish.
Honour plant and animal spirits, watch the birds, look to the full moon on the 22nd as the start of a new energy chapter, with opportunities coming to dissolve away long standing problems…….continue with this through May.
Speed your dreams towards reality, and, before Beltane, the first of May, within the feng shui sectors of your home, place red flowers in the south, evergreens in the east, willow and hawthorn in the northeast, let the magic begin!
All Good Things……..the time is ‘ripening and blossoming’.