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Celebrating each Moon with Essential Oils

 

Around the world, cultures who lived in harmony with nature named each lunar cycle after what was happening around them. These blends are created to capture the essence and magic of each moon. Add them to a diffuser to fill your space or aromatically dress in them by combining them with a carrier oil and anointed your entire body. These blends are best used over the three night period of the full or new moon.

Blessing Full Moon

 

This is the time of year when the weather is pleasant and the sun reaches full strength. Nature is flourishing and basking in the warmth. This is a great moon to get outside and take time to give gratitude for your many blessings.

Southern Hemisphere: January

Northern Hemisphere: July

Grain Full Moon

 

This ​is a time when many of the grains have grown throughout the summer and are almost ready for harvest. It also represents a time of year when the hard work from the past twelve months has come to realisation. This is a time to not only thank Great Spirit but to also reward yourself for the hard work you have done.

Southern Hemisphere: February

Northern Hemisphere: August

Fruit Full Moon

 

This moon occurs when the final tree fruits, berries and grapes are ready to be picked. This is a time to enjoy the final sweet pleasures of your labours as well as prepare for when the warm weather will wane. Often we work so hard that we leave little time to actually reward ourselves and enjoy the benefits of our efforts. This is also a time of year to reflect on the lessons you have learned and the ‘fruits of wisdom’ you have gained in the last twelve months.

Southern Hemisphere: March

Northern Hemisphere: September

Falling Leaf Full Moon

 

This is a time when deciduous trees shed their leaves, splashing their beautiful colours all over the ground.  So at time be sure to look, not only up at the beautiful moon, but look down as well, at the carpet of leaves beautifying the land. As the leaves fall around us they are reminding us to shed what we do not need.

Southern Hemisphere: April

Northern Hemisphere: October

Still Full Moon

 

At this time of year the days grow colder and the nights longer. As all that surrounds you in nature slows down to rest and rehabilitate, you are guided to do the same. We are shifting focus from action and progress to re-evaluation and refocusing. In order to reflect on what has been and where you would like to proceed you must give yourself the time and space to do so.

Southern Hemisphere: May

Northern Hemisphere: November

Cold Full Moon

 

At this time of year the temperatures are at their chilliest – and with this cold, comes great power. It is a time when you can freeze away that which doesn’t serve you. Anything that isn’t kept warm by the inner flame of your passions has no chance and will soon vanish if you align with this time’s energy.

Southern Hemisphere: June

Northern Hemisphere: December

Snow Full Moon

 

In these cold months we spend more time inside and in close proximity to others. Physically, our health is being tested with increased cases of colds and flus. Spiritually, this can also be a taxing time. As we spend time in introspection, issues may arise for us and those around us, making everyone more volatile and frustrated. It is a crucial time to reinforce our spiritual protection so that other’s baggage doesn’t pull us off course.

Southern Hemisphere: July

Northern Hemisphere: January

Storm Full Moon

 

If you live in an area where it does not snow, then this month's moon is best celebrated as the storm moon. This is a great time to focus on resilience and sovereignty. 

Southern Hemisphere: July 

Northern Hemisphere: January

Wind Full Moon

 

The first signs of spring appear and upon the winds are seeds and pollen travelling to new destinations. They land and nestle within the earth, preparing to sprout fresh life in the coming months. During this lunar cycle as the winds pick up it is great to work with the element of air. Of the four magical elements air is able to travel the furthest the fastest. It can carry your hopes and dreams far away to all corners of the globe. Remember where there is belief, there is miracles.

Southern Hemisphere: August

Northern Hemisphere: February

Bird Song Full Moon

 

Can you see all the birds flying around at this time of year, looking for a mate, then build their nests> Soon they will be feeding hungry mouths with the celebration of new life. During this lunar cycle become present to the birds that share your neighbourhood with you. Count how many different bird species you can spot and identify. Also consider what wisdom birds offer you. They are often messengers and communicators, showing us the way towards peace and joy.

Southern Hemisphere: September 

Northern Hemisphere: March

Flower Full Moon

 

Another sign of the abundance of the time is the blossoming flowers that surround you. Get outside in the moonlight and dance, raising energy and the directing it into your desires.

Southern Hemisphere: September

Northern Hemisphere: March

Planting Full Moon

 

The Planting Moon often occurs near the spring equinox, as the Sun enters Libra. Libra is a cardinal sign and in cardinal periods, it’s a time to be inspired to take new action. Now that we are amid spring and new life is surrounding us, it is a time plant new seeds of desire so that you may reap the benefits in the autumn.

Southern Hemisphere: October

Northern Hemisphere: April

Lovers Full Moon

 

A lover brings exciting, new discoveries to your life. At this time of year, as the weather warms and we celebrate the fertility of the earth, it is an ideal time to strengthen romantic relationships. To increase the flow of love into your life, whether your intention is to attract a new lover, or develop a current one, it is important to be clear about what you specifically desire. 

Southern Hemisphere: November

Northern Hemisphere: May

Honey Full Moon

 

The days are long and warm. As the sun finally sets, allow a sense of triumph to wash over you. Know that you have brought much magic to this world in the last year. As the moon rises from the east in her full glory, savour the sweet smell of nectar wafts through the night air as crickets chirp and owls hoot. Summer is in full bloom and at this time we celebrate the many sweet pleasures that are abundant at this time.

Southern Hemisphere: December

Northern Hemisphere: January

Rose Full Moon

 

The days are long and warm. As the sun finally sets, allow a sense of triumph to wash over you. Know that you have brought much magic to this world in the last year. As the moon rises from the east in her full glory, savour the sweet smell of nectar wafts through the night air as crickets chirp and owls hoot. Summer is in full bloom and at this time we celebrate the many sweet pleasures that are abundant at this time.

Southern Hemisphere: December

Northern Hemisphere: January

Strawberry Full Moon

 

The days are long and warm. As the sun finally sets, allow a sense of triumph to wash over you. Know that you have brought much magic to this world in the last year. As the moon rises from the east in her full glory, savour the sweet smell of nectar wafts through the night air as crickets chirp and owls hoot. Summer is in full bloom and at this time we celebrate the many sweet pleasures that are abundant at this time.

Southern Hemisphere: December

Northern Hemisphere: January

Blue Full Moon

 

A Blue Moon is the name given to the rare occasion when there are two Full Moons in one calendar month. As the time of year a Blue Moon occurs varies from year to year and, it has no seasonal correspondence, this is simply a great time to work with the powerful lunar energy to help manifest what you are currently most focused on in your own life.

Will occur at various times for both hemispheres at the same time.

Blood Full Moon

 

A Blood Moon is the name given when there is a full lunar eclipse which turns the Moon a red colour. Throughout history, the Blood Moon has been seen as an omen that a great change or event will happen so focus on what changes you’d like to welcome in the world.

Will occur at various times for both hemispheres at the same time. However the red hue may not be visible in certain continents.

New Moon

 

The New Moon is a time to come into stillness. Contemplate what is no longer serving you and what steps can be taken to shed this from your life. As you banish the old, you make room for the new in your life. Also take time at the New Moon for re-orientate yourself and gain clarity on the next steps you will take towards your goals.