December’s Cold Moon reaches peak illumination on Wednesday, December 7, 2022, at 11:09 P.M. EST.
December’s full Moon is most commonly known as the Cold Moon—a Mohawk name that conveys the frigid conditions of this time of year, when cold weather truly begins to grip us.
This full Moon has also been called the Long Night Moon, as it rises during the “longest” nights of the year, which are near the December winter solstice. This name is doubly fitting because December’s full Moon shines above the horizon for a longer period of time than most full Moons.
We’ll practice together virtually at 9:00 P.M. EST.
Look towards the sky to see the moons magnificence then stand in meditation.
How to join:
Close your eyes and imagine you are standing with a group of loving individuals. Merge into the wisdom of the full moon. Hold this posture for 30 minutes.
If you are not able to join at the designated time, simply tap in as close to the time as possible.