The August Supermoon – the Lunar Climax of 2014

This Sunday will see a full moon that will be the largest and closest of 2014, and it will be September next year before it is as near to Earth again. Some are calling it a super-supermoon, and with good reason.

The closer the moon is to us, the stronger its influence and the more powerful the message: every lunar cycle with its completing full moon has its own theme while the moon herself works with us and on us constantly. This new supermoon of August 2014 has much to say, and do.

Earth and Moon

Earth and Moon

The potent, swollen moon of Sunday is like a heavily-pregnant mother, about to give birth to a very special child. She will deliver, decisively, a new energy of change, and even as we await the delivery we can feel the imminence of its arrival and its effect on us through sleepless nights or vivid dreams, anxieties or anticipation. We are being prepared.

Just as the birth of Jesus changed the world, so in a less public way this new supermoon will change us all. We are being readied for evolution, a fundamental alteration in how we are as humans and how we interact with our Planet and beyond. It is conventional to talk of the goal of “ascension” to other higher spiritual dimensions, but it may be that the evolution of humanity will be about cosmic limitlessness within an immortal body. Our moon, and this supermoon, are opening the hidden passages within each of us to enable the birth of something extraordinary and very new, if we cease our resistance and are willing to accept this gift from God.

This August supermoon, then, is not just any full moon. On Sunday, try to go beyond your thoughts and feelings, and touch what lies at the heart of you, and what lies at the heart of your humanity.

{Image from NASA)

 

 


4 thoughts on “The August Supermoon – the Lunar Climax of 2014

  1. There is a lot of change in the air. Almost everyone I speak to at the moment is talking of making what are fairly radical changes to their lives. I guess this moon is going to reflect and possibly exacerbate the emotional upheaval that inevitably occurs at times of such change. Thanks for the post Clare.

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