Lunar Power: July’s Super Buck Moon

As the country celebrates its independence with fireworks that set the night sky aglow, Nature will put on her own impressive show. This morning, at 7:39 am EST, celestial energy will peak with the first—and brightest—of four supermoons in 2023. Dubbed the Buck Moon or the Thunder Moon, July’s full moon was named by Native Americans who infused Nature into every aspect of their lives. They recognized that bucks began to grow their antlers in July, and thunderstorms at this time of year often helped to cool muggy afternoons.

As the first of four consecutive supermoons, July’s full moon sets celestial energy in motion! Our next TWO supermoons take place on August 1 and 30 and the final supermoon of the year helps us welcome Fall in September. What a powerful Summer and a perfect time to connect with Water energy.

Along with the sun, the moon has the power to control the rising and falling of the ocean tides. What might happen to our Earth if there was no moon? Without the moon to stabilize our planet, our seasons would go haywire, and our planet’s orbit around the sun would change drastically. Our beloved oceans would change from beautiful wave pools to serene lake-like bodies of water. This would affect the nutrient flow of the ocean, eventually forcing many aquatic species into extinction.

That’s the power of the moon.

You are a being of Nature, connected to the moon’s miraculous power and energy. Feel this power. Feel its light and energy. Throughout the day today—and every day this Summer—practice The Dragon Stands Between Heaven and Earth to re-energize yourself.