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Monday, September 28, 2020

Harvest Full 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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The Harvest Full Moon is the Full Moon that falls closest to the Fall Equinox or Mabon. This year, that Moon falls on October 1st, but other times it falls within September. Because it can fall in either month, I made this worksheet separate from the months, allowing it to be used whenever it is needed. The Harvest Moon is usually the moon that marks the last of the crops being brought in for harvest. While some crops may still be harvested after the Harvest Moon, they are on the decline. This is a time for taking stock of what you already have and replenishing your stores, whether this be physically, mentally, emotionally, or spiritually. Shift your focus to hearth and home, spending time to prepare for the Winter months by removing clutter, cleaning, and stockpiling. 

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 Harvest Moon, as it is based on the correspondences of the moon itself and not other astrological events. The tarot spread for this month features 6 cards focusing on removing clutter from your life.

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4 comments :

  1. Deeply lovely. Thank you very much for sharing these wonderful worksheets with us.

    Like many a witch (and fall adoring soul), the harvest moon is a true favourite of mine and event that I wait for with immense eagerness the whole year through.

    I hope that yours was peaceful, gorgeous and thoroughly magickal, sweet Willow.

    Autumn Zenith 🎃 Witchcrafted Life

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    1. Awww, you are so welcome Autumn! The fall Full Moons are always my favorite and I am over the moon (ha!) that we have two this month and one on Samhain to boot. Freaking awesome if you ask me!

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  2. Out of curiosity, what was the problematic content in this post? Just so I know what to avoid.

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    1. Potentially the tarot spread. I am getting mixed reviews on whether or not tarot cards are culturally appropriated, so I flagged the post out of an abundance of caution. If you are concerned, you can use the same exact card spread with oracle cards instead of tarot cards.

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