Can the Pink Moon change your life?

Hilary Hunter

Even the most nonspiritual person is often moved to admire a full moon. At its sight, we stop and stare, pausing a moment to contemplate Nature’s wonder, as men and women have done since time immemorial. Last night, I was fortunate to catch a glimpse of the April full moon before it disappeared magically, up into a dim bank of dusky cloud and I sensed the turn of the earth and the changing seasons as so many will have done before me.

Each cycle of 29.5 days, we see a full moon when the side of the moon that faces the Earth is fully illuminated. The exact timing depends on where the moon is in its orbit around the Earth, so where we are on the planet dictates when we see it. The phases of the moon occur as we see it revolve around the earth, lit by the sun at…

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