In the Jewish tradition, this full moon is when Sukkot is celebrated.
According to Vedic Astrology, the full moon will be in a very auspicious area in the sky, Uttara Bhadrapada nakshatra. This nakshatra literally means the "auspicious one" and is considered a favourable time to invest, make alliances, or start new ventures.
Sukkot is known as the Feast of Tabernacles. People will sit in a simple tent-like structure, called Sukka, made from plant material.
Neighbours will gather and celebrate, unite around food and prayers, and watch the stars through the palm leaves roof.
So while sitting in the Sukka, if you find yourself making new connections and finalising ideas, allow that to flow.
The energy of the sky will be mystical, and deep esoteric knowledge may be downloaded.
Sitting under the sky watching the moon and stars will be an elevating experience. But one can undoubtedly dive deeper, use this time for spiritual growth by meditating or participating in Shiva practices, invoking mystical elements of the Sacred hidden knowledge of Tantra.
To ground ourselves during these full moon days, connecting to Jupiter can be beneficial; eating and serving sweets and spending time with wise souls is a great way to do so.
Make sure to write down your spiritual downloads, esoteric knowledge tends to be elusive and can disappear back into the ether.
Some days are better than others to start new things or close old ones.
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