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The Beaver Full Moon in Taurus

The Full Moon that falls on November 19th, 2021, with a partial lunar eclipse is a Beaver Moon. Here we have a full moon in the sign of Taurus, and it will rise in the wee hours of the morning. The name “Beaver Moon” comes from Native Americans who used to gather nuts to store for winter use at this time of year. It can also be known as a “Frost or Snow Moon,” which relates to the colder winter months.

Full moons are an emotional, tense time, and adding the partial lunar eclipse can amplify this intensity and create disruptions to our daily routines. Eclipses are challenging because it’s hard to know where the energy will lead us, not to mention what might be in store for us.
You’ll need to learn how to accept change if you want to be safe. You must learn to embrace change as part of your life. The fundamental issue is establishing your self-respect in order not to mistake it for material possessions. Accepting yourself for who you are will make it easier for you to discover true serenity and peace.

Whether you’re a Taurus or not, regardless of how this lunation affects you personally, one thing to keep in mind as the full moon enters Taurus the focus is money. Hold on to your money! It’s not the time to spend frivolously or purchase anything major, whether it’s an item or a trip.

Full Moons are a time for releasing and letting go. What is your favourite full moon ritual?

If you’re feeling restless, anxious or experiencing emotional highs and lows, join us for a full moon Chakradance workshop. These workshops are designed to help balance the mind while also providing some grounding in your body’s natural rhythms. You can find out more information about this exciting opportunity by clicking here!

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