As we look up at the sky tonight, we will see the Buck Moon, the third Super Moon of the year.
It has been called a “buck” moon because it happens at the time when the antlers are growing on the male deer.
The ancients understood this was a time of renewal, of shedding the old and bringing forth the new.
Take advantage of these powerful energies to bring forth a new you, a new focus, energy and direction.
At night, stand outside and face the moon. Have a handful of rice in each hand.
Repeat 45 times, OM CHANDRAYHA NAMAHA, the moon mantra for clarity and activation.
After the 45th time, let the rice fall from your hands blessing the earth and the growth that comes from the Buck moon.