Thu, Feb 17|
Full Snow Moon Ceremony
A Full Moon signifies the end of a lunar cycle, a symbol of endings. We can harvest the energy of a full moon to set intentions and decide what we want to let go off in our lives. Endings needed for new beginnings! Join us to learn more about the moon’s effect on our lives and our bodies. Only $10.
Time & Location
Feb 17, 2022, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM EST
About The Event
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Many of the Full Moon’s nicknames were created by Native American culture, based on events that happened during that time. The February Full Moon is commonly known as the Full Snow Moon, because of North America’s typical cold, snowy weather. You may also hear it referred to as the Hunger Moon or Storm Moon.
Science knows the moon’s strong gravitational pull causes the changing tides in the earth’s bodies of water. Human bodies are made up of about 60% water. Many believe the moon also has some control over our bodies and emotions. A Full Moon can make us feel overwhelmed, emotional and make it difficult to sleep.
This event is only on Zoom. We will revisit meeting in person when the pandemic eases.
Please purchase a ticket on-line. You will receive an email with the zoom link.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 216-221-8076 with questions.