This Year, the Full Thunder Moon (aka Full Bucket Moon) rises on July 4, which is Independence Day in the US. The combined powers of these two incredibly potent events are going to supercharge your energy and make you stronger than ever!
This year, two spectacular yet powerful events occur at the same time. The July 4th Full Thunder Moon will also show a partial lunar eclipse, making room for big changes and growing ideas and projects. At the same time, in the US the celebrations for Independence Day will reach their peak when the Moon starts to fully expand its immense power.
The two events combined are going to generate a massive amount of power in the Universe, like never before.
Everyone, regardless they live in the US or not, will be amazed by the immense flow of power that is going to cross the whole world in this day and on July 5, when the Full Moon will become visible in many parts of the world.
July 4, 2020, is going to be a day to remember for years to come. An amazing sky show is guaranteed to go on. The Full Moon is both called the Thunder Moon and also the Bucket Moon. Let's see its significance and what it means for all of us. The tradition of naming Moons dates back in ancient times when the Moon names were related to specific harvesting events or seasonal events that matched with gathering, harvesting, and blooming.
According to the Farmer's Almanac, "Traditionally, the full moon in July is called the Buck Moon because a buck’s antlers are in full growth mode at this time. This full Moon was also known as the Thunder Moon because thunderstorms are so frequent during this month."
So, what is this Powerful series of events going to bring into our lives? First of all, it will bring a wave of enthusiasm into everyone's lives. It is time to make room for our wildest dreams, making new plans for the future, and get ready for a massive change in all people's lives.
Take time to pray and visualize what you want during this full moon.
Do you want a new job? Then focus your energies on visualizing a better job. Looking for a new love? Focus your energies on finding a new partner whose life attitude fully resonates with yours. Want to solve a money problem? Then start visualizing an unlimited flow of money to come into your pockets. Stop thinking: "I cannot achieve this" and start thinking: "Anything is possible for me".
The Full Moon always brings new energies.
Energies of rebirth, and a higher self-consciousness. If you have been stuck in the quagmires of indecisions due to a lack of self-confidence, now the time has come to take a step forward in the right direction and keep walking along your path to success. Believe in yourself and do not care about other people's judgment. The message that comes from these two simultaneous events is: 'The only limits we have are self-imposed.'
At the same time, keep yourself protected both at a spiritual and physical level.
Try to spend more time in nature. The Full Moon is a potent manifestation of the Mighty Power of the Universe. Be grateful for everything you have but keep a focus on your dreams. Make anything you can to make your dreams come true.
The energies of the Full Flower Moon are potent but are not disruptive. There’s nothing to be worried about. We have to embrace change and make the best out of it. This Supermoon is asking us to be courageous, to step out of our comfort zone and start new projects, look for new opportunities, and sometimes do the unexpected.
This could be the time to change your job or change the place you live and move to another town, or state, or nation. If you're feeling overwhelmed by how grand your soul's purpose may be, this full moon will also give you the necessary tools to take action and go beyond your limits.
If you begin acting for your Highest Good, and start manifesting your desires, you become a shining example for others. Everyone will be eager to walk in your footsteps. Just be the change you want to see in the world! There are nowadays many obstacles along our path to righteousness, but it is faith that drives us towards a higher point of self-awareness. Use the power of this Full Thunder Moon to heighten your level of spirituality and your connection with Mother Earth. We need to change. We need a better world, filled with Love, Peace, and Harmony. You can be one of the game-changers if you behave accordingly with the Laws of the Universe.
The pitfalls of the ego are set to prevent us from chasing our dreams, making us feel wrong and inadequate. So when we want to change something that we do not like in our lives or that makes us suffer, we must change from within, and our lives will change as a natural consequence.
As we write in our book We Are Human Angels - We Inspire Change: "Every time that we change something within ourselves, something also immediately changes in the world around us, because the entire Uni-verse synchronizes and realigns. As within, so without. As above, so below. If we observe everything that happens as a projection of our own, taking responsibility without separating ourselves through judgment, we can transform every new experience into wisdom. What was once unconsciously wielding its dark power over our lives, is instantly unveiled, enlightened, and healed through the bright light of consciousness."
Embrace change, the world needs the Best You that You can Be!
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What are the Full Moon Names?
The Full Moon Names we still use today date back in ancient times and are linked with natural cycles of planting, harvesting, and the changing of seasons. This is why we have Full Moon names such as Harvest Moon, Strawberry Moon, or Snow Moon, among others. All Full Moon Names are deeply rooted in Nature.
January: The Wolf Moon
This Full Moon is named after howling wolves, which may stem from the Anglo-Saxon lunar calendar.
February: The Snow Moon
This Full Moon is named after the snowy conditions of certain areas of the world. Some North American tribes named it the Hunger Moon due to the scarce food sources during mid-winter time.
March: The Worm Moon
The last Full Moon of the winter season is called the Worm Moon because of the earthworms that come out at the end of winter. It is also known as the Crow Moon.
April: The Pink Moon
The Full Moon in April is called the Pink Moon, from the pink flowers – phlox in particular – that bloom in the early spring. However, it is not a pink-colored moon. According to the Farmer's Almanac, this Full Moon is called the pink moon because it corresponds with the early spring bloom of Phlox Subulata, or moss pink, a wildflower native to eastern North America.
The Pink Moon is the most powerful and brightest moon of the year.
May: The Flower Moon
The May Full Moon is known as Flower Moon because of the flowers that bloom during this month. It is a moon of rebirth and blossoming life.
June: The Strawberry Moon
Because all Full Moon names are deeply related to aspects of Mother Nature - guess what? - June’s Full Moon is the Strawberry Moon as these little red berries ripen at this time of the year.
July: The Buck Moon
In this particular case, the Full Moon is named after the deer buck's foreheads that emerge on around this time.
August: The Sturgeon Moon
The Full Moon for August is called Sturgeon Moon because of the large number of sturgeons in the lakes where the Algonquin tribes fished.
September: The Corn Moon
In the Old Farmer's Almanac, this Full Moon is called Corn Moon or Harvest Moon because its appearance in the sky coincides with the harvesting season of corn, that was previously planted in springtime.
October: The Hunter Moon
In the northern hemisphere, this moon is called Hunter’s Moon because people were going hunting in this month, preparing for the hard times of winter and thus providing food for the community.
November: The Beaver Moon
In November, beavers become very active while preparing for the winter. As a consequence, the November Full Moon is called the beaver moon. It is also known as Frosty Moon.
December: The Cold Moon
December is the month when winter begins for most of the Northern Hemisphere, and so the Full Moon is often called the Cold Moon. Sometimes, another name given to this Full Moon is Wolf Moon. However, this is more common for the January Full Moon.
Make the best out of this Full Thunder Moon!