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DIY Full Moon Water (+ Cosmic "Trifecta" on January 31, 2018)

How's 2018 treating you all? I can't believe 2018 is already here and in just a couple of days, we are saying good bye to January already! Eeek! Make sure to spend everyday without regrets!

Cosmically, this year started with a BANG! We began the new year, January 1, 2018, with a full supermoon and we will end this month, on the 31st, with a super blue blood moon (try saying THAT 10 times!), a phenomenon we haven't seen in more than 150 years! In other words, it is the second full moon of the month that will be super big (like the one you saw on the 1st) and a total lunar eclipse is happening ALL AT ONCE. I know, it's a little too much for all of us empaths who feel these energies. It's a bit crazier than normal and I am personally really struggling to stay focused! 😬

With an energetically intense night as this one, it is actually possible to store the full moon's energy in water, called full moon water. It is so easy to make and so versatile, you will be making them every time a full moon comes around!

The energy of the full moon is strongest for three days: the day before the full moon, the day of the full moon, and the day after the full moon. You can choose any of those days at your convenience or charge them all three consecutive nights for a super charged full moon water!



You will need:

+ Clear container or a bowl

+ Water (Purified is preferred since the chemicals are removed and you can also drink it!)

+ A place where a full moon light shines. (Preferably outdoors but indoors work as well, such as by a window sill.)

Instructions: Step 1: Put water in a clear container or a bowl.

Step 2: Set your intention for the water. What is that you desire? Close your eyes and take a moment to set those intentions and desires.

Step 3: Place the water-filled container or bowl where the moonlight shines for a couple of hours to overnight, depending on how "charged" you would like the moon water to be. You can place them either outside or inside. I prefer to place them outside but then I do make sure to put water in a tight lid container (aka water bottles) as some nocturnal wildlife may get to the water source if it is in an open bowl.

Step 4: Bring them inside before the morning's first sun rays. I like to keep my moon water only charged with pure full moon light and not mix it with sunlight energy, which is a whole other energy. But don't worry, it's not the end of the world if the sun hits your moon water. Just try your best to bring them inside first thing in the morning and avoid the sunlight!

Step 5: Store in cool, dry place and try to use it in a month's time.