Pink Full Moon: Virtual Practice

Thus far, 2019 has gifted us with many incredible celestial events. From full moons to meteor showers, to lunar eclipses, Universal energy has been at a high. The show is not over yet. On Friday, April 19 at 7:12 AM (ET), the Pink Full Moon will be visible with the naked eye.

Early Native Americans gave this moon its name, because its light illuminated rosy flowers, known as wild ground phlox, that blanketed the fields in Spring. Tribes that lived along the coast often referred to the Pink Full Moon as the Full Fish Moon, as this was the time that fish swam upstream.

Connect with the consciousness of the full moon and the energy of others from around the world. We will stand in a Qigong meditative posture, The Dragon Stands Between Heaven and Earth, as close to 7:12 AM (ET) as possible on April 19. Hold the posture for as long as you can. You can find a demonstration of the posture here.