So what does this all mean?

Full moon is a lunar phase that occurs when the Moon is on the opposite side of the Earth from the Sun. To us the moon appears fully round and illuminated. We experience a full moon approximately every 29 days.

This month the full moon is also a Super Moon which means that the moon’s orbital cycle will bring it closer to the earth than it has been in the last 18 years. It’s expected to be quite beautiful as a Super Moon hasn’t been seen in almost two decades.

Energetically this moon is expected to be quite strong and bring up heightened emotions, unbalance and stress in your life.

My friend Fay Chapple and Feng Shui expert says,”Be conscious of this and just let it pass through as best you can.   For those of us more sensitive then others we may feel tired and achy, allow yourself to have a lazy day and rest.  Today the road might feel like there is a slight kink in it, it’s just a minor bump so don’t get too worked up and go with the flow.”

I also suggest to reflect back 18 years ago to 1993. What happened that year that you need to deal with and release once and for all in order to move ahead into your future? The other side may be, what did you plant in 1993 that may finally be ready to bloom?

 The March 19th Full Moon is also a Worm Moon.

According to the Farmers Almanac, the worm moon is the name of the full moon during the month of March and is  also referred to as a Sap Worm or Crow Moon here in North American. This is because the temperature begins to creep up, and the ground begins to thaw. When the ground thaws, earthworms make an appearance and call the robins home to start spring.

And all of this is occurring on the eve of  the Spring Equinox March 20, 2011 7:21 pm Est.

The energies abound in full force, use them to move you forward in your life.

~Love, Esther

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