On May 26, 2021, we’ll have a total lunar eclipse. This is the second supermoon of 2021.
Lunar eclipses take place when the Moon is full, and this full moon happens when the Moon is also near its closest point to Earth in its orbit, often called a “supermoon.”
Unlike solar eclipses, which you should never look at, it’s safe to view lunar eclipses with your eyes. Also, lunar eclipses are at least partly visible anywhere on the planet’s night side.
The Full Moon is the phase in which our creative vision has come into manifestation and we offer it up to the world. It is a time of emanation. A time of open-handed giving and a scattering of seeds for others. This is a time when we are most likely to feel that our creativity flows through us with ease.
If you feel that you are always working hard, on your selves, on your dreams, at home keeping all plates spinning for you and your family, the full moon can be an opportunity to stop and just see what there is.
Change the focus from doing into being. What could happen then?
Don’t forget that letting go is an essential part of bringing our dreams to life. How much is enough? Can you now let go and relax into the flow of the universe?
Right now, while the moon is at the height of her power, let’s practice dropping in and letting go of tension having faith that our efforts will be rewarded and we will get what’s just right for us.