If you thought you had to wait until Christmas to experience more holiday excitement, you must have overlooked this year’s supermoon! Here’s everything you need to know about the Full Cold Moon this weekend so that you can carve out time to view it. Brace yourself for the possible changes in energy to come!
What exactly is it?
Also known as the “Full Cold Moon,” the supermoon occurs when the moon coincides with its closest point to Earth during the orbital cycle, causing it to appear larger and brighter. Usually this happens a handful of times each year, but this supermoon is the first of 2017.
When can I see it?
The supermoon will take place this Sunday, December 3rd.
How can I view it?
For optimal viewing, you should try to catch the supermoon after sunset – the closest the moon is to the horizon, the larger it will appear. If possible, you should watch the moon away from areas with dense street and building lights.
Will the supermoon change you?
For all of the believers out there––many claim that the supermoon will cause an energy shift, yet it may only become apparent in those who truly allow themselves to embrace the changes from within. Prepare yourself for the effects of the moon by welcoming positive energy into your life before the sunset occurs, especially because only eight hours before the full moon will station Mercury retrograde.