This month’s Full Moon – also known as the Frost Moon or Mourning Moon – appears on Saturday, Nov 4. For those looking to view the moon though, it will appear the fullest on Nov 3.
The Frost Moon received its name from Native Americans since the moon typically coincides with the season’s first frost. In the spiritual sense, it is referred to as a Mourning Moon and symbolizes a time to reflect, make personal changes and let go of the past.
With the holidays and end of the year approaching, now is a good time to focus on your psyche, restore your emotions and clear away reminders of the past. Here are some tips:
This month’s Moon will be close to the Moon’s perigee (or closest point to the Earth) so will have a stunning appearance. But you’ll want to mark your calendar for next month’s Full Moon on Dec 3 which is a Super Moon – and sure to be a spectacular sight!