Thursday, December 11, 2008

The Full Moon

I resonate with the moon. I have written about this before, but I find that so many people write me about how wonderful it is to hear and read someone else's experiences with the moon, that I thought I would write just a little more on the topic.

The moon is in my blood. I can feel the full moon approaching and I feel as well the abilities within me growing as a result of her influence. The moon draws on the waves of the ocean, as well as the waves of our souls. As the tide of water rises, our souls become restless. They require food and attention. Souls require food? Yes, they do. Connection with others is soul food. A good book is soul food. Allowing ourselves to rejoice in life is soul food. Souls require attention? Yes, indeed. Allowing oursleves to be free from toxic environments is attending to our souls. Allowing ourselves to learn and to grow is attending to the evolution of our souls. Calling home the soul energies that have become lost is attending to our souls.

I can feel the moonlight on my skin. It is cooler than the sunlight, of course, but I can still feel the tingles. When I see anything bathed in moonlight it becomes an opiate for me. When I see my Love bathed in moonlight, well, need I say more?

I find that I do a lot of moon gazing. I pray to the Goddess of the moon to watch over me and mine through the night, till morning's light. As I gaze upon the celestial body of the Divine Feminine, I feel her love for me. I know that I am not alone in the world and that there are many other magical beings out there who are also gazing at the moon at that very moment. I am not alone. You are not alone. We are all connected and aware, even if we do not gaze at the moon at the same precise moment. We are still all one.

Blessed Be

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Krymson said...

The moon in the desert night sky looks like someone upped the wattage by a few million. The stars take on a whole new perspective. If ever I were to see a full moon in the desert....I know I would never leave it. I've been ruled by the night and the moon for as long as I can remember as I know where you're coming from. Such a blessing to be had from light and dark, both at the same time. Then, at times, to still see the moon during the day....spectacular!!


Gail said...

I love gazing at the moon, too. Once I lay eyes upon it, I don't want to look away.
I saw the full moon in the afternoon sky on the way home from work today. She looked ghostly white, almost transparent in the darkening blue sky. By the time we pulled into the driveway, the moon was brighter, more solid-looking, and the sun was about to disappear below the horizon.
Yet, it's on nights that are cloudy, when I can't make a visual connection, that I start feeling a sense of distress or panic - it's as though the need to SEE the moon is the most important thing in the world for me at that very moment, and if I don't see her, if the clouds don't break long enough for me to get even the tiniest glimpse, I feel that I'll break apart into a million pieces.
Since being in the company of such special Beings such as you, Trent, and the others who read and post comments to this blog, I understand that my feelings about the moon, her magick and mystery, are not unique. They make me different, but in a good way. Thank you.

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