Saturday, January 30, 2010

Full Moon today - Ice Moon;Cold Moon; Wolf's Moon

"I'm one with the Goddess
and open to Her Wisdom."

16th Day of the 2nd Lunar Cycle
Ruled by Gaia
Luna Tree Cycle ~ Luis/Rowan
10th Day of the Celtic Tree Cycle ~ Luis/Rowan
Moon Phase: Full - 1:17AM EST
Moon sets: 7:36AM EST
Moon rises: 6:31PM EST
Moon in the Fixed Fire Sign of Leo
Rhiannon's Cycle of the Moon
Lunar Meditation: The cordial of praise
Sun in Aquarius
Sunrise: 7:31AM EST
Sunset: 5:34PM EST
Solar Question for the Day: "What are the landmarks of
your spiritual home?"
Samhain (Calan Gaeaf) Quarter of the Year
January 30th, 2010

 Full Moon - The keywords for the Full Moon are: fulfillment, illumination, arealization, experience. It is the time in a cycle that you are given a clear view so that you can make adjustments to put you back on track to understanding the goals you set at the new phase.   Go to a public place.  Do something with a friend.  LISTEN. Receive awareness. Understand others. 
OR as it is said at

    Do something, don't let another Full Moon slip by while you decide what to do.

Don't have a ritual?...try this...
Light a single white candle.
Raise your hands to the sky and if you can see the Moon, embrace it. If you cannot see the Moon, visualize it.

Say out loud...

"Mother Goddess, I stand before you, your daughter (or son).
I am a Follower of the Old Ways, a worker of Magick, a Seeker on an old Path in a new world.
I call on you every month when the Moon is full as my ancestors have done through all of time past and will do until the end of time.
I celebrate your presence in my life. This is a promise that I have made to you and that I keep to the best of my ability."

Start with this
or say any damn
thing you want to
sing, dance,
sit in a chair,
do something,
SAY something.

    I did this early this morning (around 5:00AM) and I got such a wonderful feeling reciting the above
words.... listing my arms in an upward circle towards the hazy moon floating sky.  So I encourage you
to try it tonight.   Sobeit

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