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Thursday, April 2, 2020

April Pink Moon Worksheet

Note: This post contains potentially problematic practices or language, cultural appropriation, or misinformation. I have been working diligently to decolonize my practice, for which you can learn more about in my article Decolonizing Witchcraft: Racism, Whitewashing, and Cultural Appropriation in Witchcraft and How to Decolonize Your Practice. I believe in documenting my journey in witchcraft and that my readers can learn from my mistakes, so the posts will remain as a learning opportunity.

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April's Full Moon, commonly known as Pink Moon, Hare Moon, Egg Moon or Wind Moon, is a time of rebirth and renewal. The name Pink Moon originates from the iconic pink phlox that grave this time of year in the Northern Hemisphere. Both the names Hare Moon and Egg Moon originate from the animals commonly seen this time of year. The rabbits are seen romping through the fields as birds begin to nest and lay the first eggs of the season. The name Wind Moon comes from the fact that as the storms begin to leave us, the winds of change remain. This is the perfect time for rebirth, new beginnings, and fertility magic. Start a new project, clean out your home, and allow the winds of change to bring new beginnings and renewal to your life.

This month's Full Moon worksheet contains the usuals of my past Full Moon worksheets, including a to release and cleanse section, a box for your intuition, and a tarot spread. Unlike past worksheets, however, this one can be used every April, as it is based on the correspondences of the moon itself and not other astrological events. The tarot spread for this month features 4 cards to help you with this transition into new beginnings.

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