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If you’re interested in freaky skies, have we got a treat for you: April 11th this year means a pink full moon.
True, on April 11 we will see the moon wax to fullness and become what’s known as the Pink Moon or, in Pagan traditions, the Wind Moon. Both of these names allude to the changes in nature that take place at this time of year and how you can enact similar changes in your own life.
The moon doesn’t actually appear pink in colour. The name can be traced back to North American aboriginal peoples, who referred to the full moon in April as a pink moon after a type of wildflower that blooms early in the year, helping to signify that spring has arrived.
It is scheduled to light up the sky early tomorrow and its breathtaking glow is totally worth waking up for in the middle of the night.
A treat for stargazers, this first full moon of spring also bodes well for human growth and rejuvenation. The entire spring season is a testament to nature’s ability to endure the dark and cold of winter. The April full moon is a reminder of our own strength and a call to action: You survived the winter – so what will you do now to ensure you thrive come summertime?
Give attention to both your “full moon” moments, when you are bright and shining, and also the many phases that lead to and follow your full moon moments. Not every day (or night) is bright and shiny. Some accomplishments are simple, quiet, and may go unnoticed. Routine may seem boring, but each step can be an important step in achieving success. Celebrate it all, both your full moon moments and all the steps you’ve taken to support who you are today.