Move Beneath the Moon
In celebration of the rise of the SUPER FULL MOON, the House of Yoga organised an outdoor yoga practice, and asked me to guide it. It was a sweet honour and dream for me to practice with Mount community by the beach that I love, and with a view of the Mount itself! We moved together under the cool sky, connecting our bodies and hearts to the frequency of the cosmos.
We celebrated the FULL MOON class at 7am on the 10th of March, which is 7pm on the 9th of March for my Spanish family and friends. While the energy of a full moon lasts for about three days before and after the lunation, the moon is technically only full for a moment—when the sun and the moon are directly opposite each other in the sky.
What’s the spiritual meaning and significance of the full moon?
Humans have been living by lunar cycles for centuries, and in our modern world, connecting to these energies can give usa sense of grounding and synergy with the earth and cosmos.
While the new moon is a time to set intentions for the future and launch new projects, the full moon is a time of culmination and fruition. It is a spiritual and energetic pinnacle of whatever you started when the sun and the moon united at the new moon.
Full Moons are powerful and help you to see what is coming to fruition – in your thoughts, wishes, health, energy, core needs, as well as in your love relationships, soul desires and deepest success cravings. I shared a powerful practive – aśva krama (the hourse sequence). Where the body struggles to keep up, and you mentally have to push past the barriers and dig deep.
As the moon waxes (increases toward full light), our energy builds and we collect information. The waxing moon means a forward-moving energy and momentum that’s great for building things, working toward a goal, or bringing the first phases of a project to fruition.