The Meaning of the Full Worm Moon this March | Leverage Ambition

The full moon is on March 28th this year and it is the Worm Moon. It is called the Worm Moon because as Spring arrives the ground starts to thaw and earthworms comes out of the ground and peak their heads out as it gets warmer outside.

This full moon is the first full moon of the spring season and is called the Paschal Moon too. Easter Sunday is the following weekend so get ready.

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The two super moons are also coming up on April 26th and May 26th. The two in a row represents the twins and yields good luck to all.

When the worms come up out of the ground for the Worm Moon the birds are tempted to eat them as they arise. Beetles are also known to come out of the trees as food for the flying animals too.

The March full moon is also known as the Full Sap Moon as maple tapping is an important part of the Spring harvest as maple syrup can start to drain from trees if the tools are set up correctly.

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This period of the moon being full marks the start of a new year which translates to new beginnings. It is a transitional period for all and it is a great time to set intentions and goals to get what you really want this year.

What are your full moon intentions that you are going to set this year?

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