Spring Equinox: 5:58pm (EST)
Full Moon: 9:43pm (EST)
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The worm moon because the wigglies and creeplies are beginning to rise up from the earth to play in the mud. March’s full moon is also called the sap or sugar moon, the crow moon, or the Lenten moon.
It’s rare that the full moon falls on the turn of the season, so maybe it’s a time for some extra celebration. This is also the last supermen of 2019. The moon may not be bigger, but it will be brighter and have a stronger pull on the earth (and us) than the usual moon.
Interesting facts: Easter falls on the Sunday after the first full moon of spring (I’ll give you a second to think about that). In the ecclesiastical calendar, spring is always on March 21st (regardless of the what the sun has to say about it), so Easter this year will fall on the Sunday after April’s full moon.
This spring will have a seasonal blue moon. There will be four full moons occurring this spring. May’s full moon (yes, the third of the season) is called a spring blue moon. A monthly blue moon is when there is a second full moon in one calendar month. The next one is on October 31, 2020.
Things to reflect on for the full moon and spring:
–What are you grateful for from your winter?
–What was draining for you in the last few months?
–How will you take care of your health this spring (physically, mentally, emotionally)?
–What do you love about your self and your body?
–What qualities in yourself would you like to focus on and grow this spring?
–Choose one word, or one short phrase, that sets your intention for spring.
–Sit with it. Visualize yourself in your ideal state of wellness.
–Repeat your intention three times to yourself.