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Every month, the universe us to pause and ask ourselves what we're manifesting in our lives. And it does so through the arrival of the monthly Full Moon. In astrological terms, moon phases begin with the new moon and end with the Full Moon - meaning that the end of the lunar cycle is a time when the seeds of intention you planted are starting to bloom. Here are 5 rituals that you could follow to welcome and celebrate November's Full Moon.
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1. Cleanse your mental and physical space
The Full Moon tends to mark a big build-up of energy - both light and dark. This makes it the perfect time to cleanse your space, body and mind; remove or let go of any of that built-up energy you no longer feel like harnessing, capturing or otherwise holding onto.
2. Charge your Crystals
Many believe the light from the Full Moon is absolutely perfect for charging and cleansing your crystals. This period of time is all about bringing our intentions and emotions to the forefront, so we can process them, heal what we need to and ultimately, let go.
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3. Let go
As you engage in self-reflection, you may notice patterns, behaviours or relationships that aren't getting you any closer to the life you want. Maybe they're even detracting from it. Use this Full Moon as a reminder to let them go - or at least, as an opportunity to contemplate why they're still there.
4. Check your to-do list
Have you recently made a to-do list? Now is the perfect moment to revisit it and check in on your progress. Are you closer to accomplishing your goals than you were a few weeks ago? If so, continue taking steps to further your progress. If not, ask yourself why. Be proactive, and devise a plan for getting there.
Energy is abundant during any Full Moon, so a wonderful way to celebrate this lunar phase is to simply relax. Cleanse your space and your body and your mind. Sometimes we need stillness to fully observe what's happening around us, to notice how we feel, to discover opportunities and to revel in what we've accomplished.