Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Almost Full Reflection

After taking my regular monthly photos of the nearly Full Moon, I turned to see the Moon reflected in a window.... twice. I thought how fitting that image is for this particular moon.

First, this is the Full Worm Moon ~ which is not the most appealing of names. However, it was so named by the Algonquin tribes whose territory once stretched from New England to Lake Superior. This is the time when the ground begins to soften and earthworm cases appear once again, inviting the return of the robins. So, okay, the name makes sense, right?

We are in the midst and at the peak of a series of Full Moons currently taking us through shifts and changes. This season is touchy. We sit at an unlikely fulcrum teetering among action, taking a stand and assertion. It's a time to reflect, think twice and focus.

What is currently shifting in your life? How are you handling it? What more do you need to reflect on before moving forward?

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