Anna Gragert
May 21, 2016 8:00 am
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We have an important announcement for all you magical beings out there: The Flower Moon will be making its grand entrance in our skies tonight. Now, what exactly does this mean for all of us here on Earth?

According to About Religion, the Flower Moon (also known as the Corn Planting Moon, Hare Moon, and Milk Moon) represents a time of rebirth. After all, April showers bring May flowers, right? This means that you can use this moon as an excuse to try something new. If you’re feeling stuck at work, maybe consider switching positions, going back to school, or even finding a new career path.

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Though a time of growth can refer to your financial situation, it’s also important to remember your spiritual and emotional side as well. “This is the time for self-reflection and self-assessment. Look into yourself for the things that have been hidden will now make themselves known,” explains The Moonlight Shop. “You are given the chance to heal, and you now have the chance to look at yourself in a whole new light, the light that shines from the moon.”

If you’re not sure where to start when it comes to self-reflecting and making changes, don’t be afraid to ask for guidance. The Flower Moon is all about shining a light on the embarrassment, guilt, and shame within us, so why not start with putting yourself out there and asking for support if you need it? This is essentially the perfect time to plant the seeds for future success.

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Considering that this moon’s element is fire, it’s also a great place to start if you want to reignite some passion in your relationships or your life. Don’t be afraid to follow your intuition when it comes to being adventurous and “going with the flow.” Give yourself the freedom to embrace the magic of the Flower Moon as its light guides you down a path you may not ordinarily walk down.

To find out when you can view the Flower Moon or to watch it online, you can visit the Farmer’s Almanac website. Otherwise, we hope all you moon mavens have a magical Saturday!

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