August 11th, Practice at 9:30 PM (ET)
August’s full Sturgeon Moon will appear on the night of Thursday, August 11, reaching peak illumination at 9:36 P.M. Eastern Time. Look toward the southeast after sunset to catch a glimpse of the Sturgeon Moon rising. This will be the last Supermoon of the year!
We’ll practice together in the evening at 9:30 PM. Look towards the sky to see the moons magnificence then stand in meditation.
Here’s how to begin: At 9:30 PM (ET) look-up at the moon. See its power. Take a mental photo of the moon, then close your eyes and stand in the Qigong posture, The Dragon Stands Between Heaven and Earth.
Imagine you are standing with a group of loving individuals.
Merge into the wisdom of the full moon. Hold the Qigong posture at 9:30 PM for 30 minutes.
If you are not able to join at the designated time, simply tap in as close to the time as possible.