Waxing Gibbous and its Meanings | Eight Lunar Phases
Happy May everyone! Warmer weather is upon us and things are about to bloom and flourish! This blog is going to be about the Waxing Gibbous and its Meanings so if you haven’t read up on the previous three lunar phases you might be lost. READ about the New Moon, Waxing Crescent, and First Quarter now before you go any further!
Phase Four of the Moon’s lunar cycle is the Waxing Gibbous. This event lasts for about five Earth days and brings us to the Full Moon! Gibbous means swelling or hump-back, so when you see the Moon getting brighter and brighter you know that the moon is the gibbous cycle. During this cycle, the moon will basically go from 51% illuminated to 99% illuminated!
Are you ready to dive in and learn more about the Waxing Gibbous and its meanings? Start scrolling now!
Spiritual Meanings of the Waxing Gibbous
Fine-tune any details and assess your plan.
Starting at the beginning of the lunar cycle you needed to come up with a plan of growth or something to accomplish. During the Waxing Crescent, you set your intentions on what you needed to do. Then you started to take action during the First Quarter. Now that the moon is in the Waxing Gibbous phase, you should be ready to go full steam ahead into the Full Moon! But wait! Did you look at every detail?
The Waxing Gibbous happens right before the full moon and is the time that you need to reflect on your plan and make sure you didn’t miss any details. Take a day or two to look back and assess your goals and what you are trying to accomplish. Have you missed any detail that is important for you to succeed? Don’t let the reflection stall your action, you are so close to achieving what you set out to do, just make sure you aren’t missing anything!
The Flower Moon – May 26th, 2021
Did you enjoy the Pink supermoon that happened last month? We really did it was so POWERFUL! Well, guess what? Get ready for another supermoon cause this year we are treated to a back-to-back supermoon event! Get ready for the Flower Moon! This will be the closest supermoon to the Earth in 2021, a little bit closer than the Pink Moon of last month.
The Flower Moon gets its name from…get this, flowers blooming! Typically the month of May, for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, flowers are in full bloom! Speaking of flowers, did you read our blog the Birth Flower for May?
Alternative names for the Flower Moon are the Budding Moon and Leaf Budding Moon which all represent the same thing, the seasons are changing and the earth is thawing out!
Dates of the Waxing Gibbous 2021