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What is FULL MOON? 

FULL MOON differs from Culture to Culture. There’s the Muslim calendar, the Jewish calendar & also the Chinese calendar (the ones that I am aware of) 

In the Chinese culture, FULL MOON is known as Chor Sap Mm in the Cantonese dialect (15th day) and though there will be prayers conducted by the Chinese community on a small scale each month, the MOST popular full moon that is celebrated is the 15th day of Chinese New Year (Spring festival) when it is also known as Chap Goh Meh in the Hokkien Chinese dialect or more romantically known as Chinese Valentines ❤
Amazing ain’t it? The fact that both the New Moon (will write more about this in another post) and the Full Moon is observed and (sometimes) celebrated in different cultures?

In the Western/European “Pagan” Culture, Full Moon is the day where you perform rituals to Release negative energies or even cut off from things/people/situations that is toxic to you or is not beneficial to you. Below are some of the things you can do:

* Energise your tarot cards under the Moon Light (just a few minutes will do)
* Cleanse your mental and physical space. The full moon tends to mark a big build-up of energy—both light and dark.
* Charge your magical crystals.
* Learn to meditate.* Perform grounding exercises like yoga or hiking.
* Dance or Sing to release energy.
* Let go of emotional baggage.
* Check your to-do list.
* Chill out for a bit.

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Check out my FULL MOON videos down below 🙂

Try it out & let me know what do you think?


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