We’ve rounded up a few of our favourite top hints & tips to help you manifest the moon and make it your own!
1 Cleanse your crystals
It’s no surprise that we love a full moon, and one of its best assets is that it’s perfect for both charging and cleansing your crystals with. One method we suggest is as follows:
If you’re lucky enough to live by a flowing source of water such as a river or the sea, wash your crystals there but if not, under the tap will do. Then set them out after sunset on the evening the full moon is due to show. As you set each one down, name something you wish to let go of and the moon will work its magic. The next day, give your crystals a quick charge with the sun’s energy and they’re ready to be used again as you fill them with your wishes and intentions.
Lunar expert and astrologer Yasmin Boland says that a full moon is the perfect opportunity to practise both forgiveness and gratitude. Use the moon to help process the following:
Negative emotions − fears − upsets −arguments − disappointments − dramas − wrongdoings
Perform a full moon forgiveness ceremony by sitting quietly for 10 minutes and forgive anyone that you hold some sort of grudge or resentment towards. Ask them to forgive you for your bad feelings and send them love.
3 Embrace Oils
There are an array of essentials oils that when used during a full moon, can help on an energetic and spiritual level. Fragonia, for instance, is great for release – whether it’s in the form of emotional patterns, suppressed feelings or deep-seated patterns. Pair that with tea tree oil, which is able to assist in the release of emotional stress and yarrow which reintegrates energy disturbed through change.
Now is the perfect time to take charge of your life and practise your manifestation techniques. Place pictures and words associated with your dreams, wants and wishes onto a board and place it where you can see it. Looking at your manifestation board during the full moon gives it extra energy and ensures you’re one step closer to reaching those dreams.
About the author
Danielle Lett is a Soul & Spirit staff writer