It’s the last Full Moon before Spring arrives. The weather is changing and changeable. Our bodies are adjusting to the coming season. But maybe it’s still too cold to sit under the Moon. Or the temperature is fine, but it’s cloudy. Here’s a lovely indoor Full Moon practice that begins as you drift off to sleep. The Moon of course is not just that round orb in the sky, she is the Great Mother. She lives within us always, but is especially close during Full Moons. The picture above is a replica of the Sleeping Goddess of Malta, about whom history knows little, but your subconscious may already know her. On the night of the Full Moon, surrender into the great body of this Goddess as you drift off to sleep. It’s not unusual to have a little Full Moon insomnia. Many of us are kept awake by the energy, but collecting it into this sleeping form is a wonderful way to tame the excited Shakti. Imagine yourself as a sleeping goddess, rising and falling with the world breath.
If you lie on your right side as the Goddess of Malta does, you’ll energize your Moon channel, empowering it to do the Moon’s nightly chores while you sleep.