Whether you’re a full-on moon aficionado who keeps super moon meditation of lunar cycles, brews up some homemade moon water, or just enjoys staring at the celestial body, a super moon adds an extra dose of magic to our everyday rituals. The energy around a full moon is said to be ideal for cleansing physically (Marie Kondo style) as well as emotionally and energetically, so it’s no surprise that many people turn to moon-based rituals during this time of the month.
One way to harness this moon power is through a moon gazing meditation. A variation of the yogic technique of Trataka, moon gazing involves staring at the moon with steady, focused eyes. “By concentrating on the beauty of the moon and allowing it to fill your entire being with healing energy, you can transform negative emotions into positive ones,” says Pareen Sehat, a licensed professional counselor and founder of Well Beings Counseling in Vancouver, Canada.
Connecting with Celestial Energy: Unleashing the Potential of Super Moon Meditation
A super moon meditation can be done on your own or with a group. Sehat suggests that you find a quiet space where you can focus on the moon without distraction. Once you’ve settled in, take a deep breath and gaze at the moon for as long as you want, letting its radiance fill your heart and soul.
This is a perfect time to reflect on the past year and set intentions for the future, especially since the full moon in Pisces is associated with fluid emotions. It’s also known as the dream seed phase, so this is an excellent time to think about what new ideas are growing in your soul garden.