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  • November Full Moon

    by Raven and Crone

    Novembers full moon is called the Mourning Moon and also called the Snow Moon or Fog Moon. The colors are gray or blue. The gemstones are lapis lazuli, citrine, turquoise, and topaz. This moon is about losing the warmth and sun to the coming dark months. It is a time to finish loose ends and relax. It is a time to count our blessings and be thankful. Use purple candles and burn mugwort or patchouli incense. This is a time of washing away the baggage of the past and letting it go. Then focus on the joys of the future. During the Mourning Moon phase, say goodbye to bad habits and toxic relationships, and get a fresh start for the new year. Work on developing and strengthening your connection with Deity. Plan for a ritual to work on ridding yourself of negative thoughts and vibrations. Say a blessing to those who have paid you a kindness. In the early Celtic society, November was the beginning of the new year -- why not use the magic of this moon phase to celebrate new beginnings.

    Correspondences:

        Colors: Gray, blues
        Gemstones: Citrine, Lapis Lazuli, Topaz, Turquoise
        Trees: Alder, Cypress, Hazel
        Flowers: Blooming Cacti, Chrysanthemum
        Gods: Astarte, Bastet, Hecate, Isis, Kali, Lakshmi, Mawu, Sarasvati
        Herbs: Betony, Borage, Cinquefoil, Fennel, Thistle, Verbena
        Element: Water

    This article was published on Tuesday 23 February, 2016.
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