February 27th…It’s time for some earthy Virgo love! And what a way to end this short month, especially for those dealing with one of the snowier and coldest months on record. With that thought in mind, it is rather appropriate that this full moon is called the Snow, Storm or Hunger Moon.
Virgo, the most meticulous and organized of all twelve signs, is known as a sign of health and healing, calling for a deeper focus on our mind, body and soul. This months’ focus is on greater self-love and spiritual cleansing. Want to know why? Well, we are smack in the midst of a 7 Universal Month (Feb.2021/02 + 2 + 0 + 2 + 1 = 7), and that signifies introspection and spirituality. Whatever medicine your mind, body, and soul are craving, Virgo, the natural medicine woman, can tap into the healing needed to empower you to make the necessary changes in your life. Magic is most powerful during the Full Moon…it controls the tide, the female cycle, the eco system & of course, our personal power.
So, this witchy woman wants to know how you are tending to your needs? Are you showing up for your emotional self? Can you sense your innate power?
Self-love from this moon to the next is essential. This means something different for everyone — it can be as simple as drinking water and taking deep breaths, or as in-depth as a ritual or spell. One of the things I love most about my spiritual practice is honoring the cycles of the moon with herbs, crystals, and nature.❤
A few things to do as La Luna shines bright in the sky!
Release and Forgive: The moon is symbolic of emotion, especially female emotion. That makes it a great time to get in touch with your emotions and practice the art of forgiveness.
Yogic Moon Mantra: Sing the mantra of the moon. Moon is translated in Sanskrit as “chandra” which means bright and shining. We can cultivate and access the highest shakti, or power, of this celestial body – the shakti of peace, surrender, and retreat. As you chant, allow for a delightful calmness to wash and purify your being. Sing “Om Shrim Som Somaya Namah” 3-9 times.
Build an Altar: Decorate your altar to honor the season with a cloth, flowers, statues and candles. Add your favorite crystals –gemstones of the moon are labradorite, opal, selenite and moonstone. Purify your space with aura cleansing herbs.
Take a Moon Bath: One of the easiest forms of self-care is taking a moon bath. A moon bath honors our connection to the moon cycle. I load up on sea salt, my favorite essential oil blend and crystals. Salt is the smallest known crystal in the natural world, and since crystals are perfect molecular structures that help clear our own energetic fields, salt grounds us and helps absorb excess energy.
Manifesting: With the energy of the full moon, we also have the perfect opportunity to manifest things for ourselves. Those things that you want to bring into your life. Write them down and then come up with a plan to make them happen. Let that beautiful full moon energy inspire you to take the first steps toward following your dreams.
Read your Cards: The full moon has long been associated with magic, divination, and fortune-telling. So do as thousands of civilizations have done before us and channel the intuitive energy of the moon by doing a tarot card reading or get your oracle or angel cards out.
And Don’t forget the Moon Water!!!!