A Full Moon springs into the sky on April 6.
This moon goes by many names, including the Indigenous name Pink Moon
for the pink hued moss vegetation that spreads across the Northern Americas.
It is also referred to the Egg moon and is symbolic of Easter.
Easter always falls after the first Full Moon after the Vernal Equinox.
This Nature’s junction also reflects the spiritual seeds of rebirth
and the fertile new energies of Spring.
The sunlight is rising in the Northern Hemisphere
and it is hard not to feel inebriated from our chi flowing.
Another synchronicity is that this moon is also referred to as the Frog moon.
Be mindful of tempering the intensities of the Eclipse season,
leaves budding and thunder called on by Frog.
This is a time when the frogs and thunder raises their voices.
Everyone knows the saying, April showers bring May flowers.
The rains that spring forth at this time have a purifying effect on our souls.
They stir up the muddy waters within and help cleanse and wake us up from Winter’s slumber.
May we feel an awakening to get us outside, move around and play.
Take care of yourself everyone,