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5 Rituals For The Harvest Full Moon

The harvest moon glows big and golden in the autumn sky. Known as the corn moon in some cultures, it arrives when crops are ripe for gathering – representing the fruits of labor and preparation for winter.

This full moon signifies our dreams and desires coming to fruition, making it the perfect time for manifesting our desires.

5 Rituals For The Harvest Full Moon On September 29, 2023



1. CRYSTAL CHARGING

Why?

The luminous energy of the full moon supercharges crystals, amplifying their natural properties.

How?

  • Choose your favorite crystals or stones (e.g., amethyst, rose quartz).

  • Lay them on a cloth or directly on the ground, ensuring they’re exposed to the moonlight.

  • Leave overnight.

  • Retrieve in the morning, feeling their intensified energy.

2. MOON WATER PREPARATION

Why? Moon water harnesses the moon’s energy and can be used for numerous purposes. How?

  • Fill a clear jar with purified water.

  • Place it under direct moonlight.

  • Allow the water to charge overnight.

  • Use it for rituals, or drink for a magical lunar boost.

3. MEDITATION

Meditate under the light of the full moon. Find a quiet place to sit or lie down and focus on your breath. As you breathe in, visualize the moon’s energy entering your body. As you breathe out, visualize any negative energy leaving your body.

Why?

To release, reset, and imbibe the calming vibes of the Harvest Moon.

How?

  • Find a quiet spot outdoors, preferably under the moon.

  • Sit or lay down comfortably.

  • Close your eyes, focus on your breathing.

  • Visualize the moon’s energy cleansing and rejuvenating you.

“The moon isn’t just a celestial body; it’s a spiritual compass guiding us through life’s ebb and flow.”

4. MOON BATHING

Take a relaxing bath with Epsom salts and essential oils. Add some candles and soft music to create a peaceful atmosphere. As you soak in the warm water, visualize the full moon’s energy washing over you and cleansing your body and mind.

Why?

Moonlight cleanses the aura and calms the soul.

How?

  • Find an outdoor spot where the moonlight is strong.

  • Lay down or sit, exposing as much skin as you’re comfortable with.

  • Soak in the moon’s energy, envisioning its light purifying you. Dive deeper into its benefits with our moon bathing article.

5. JOURNALING

Take some time to journal under the light of the full moon. Write down your thoughts and feelings about the past year and the coming winter. Use this time to reflect on your goals and intentions for the coming months.

Why?

To introspect, release, and set intentions.

How?

  • Grab a journal and a pen.

  • Start by writing about things you’re grateful for.

  • Pen down your current feelings and set intentions for the next lunar cycle.


The harvest moon is a chance to reflect on goals achieved and get clarity on desires still unfolding. Through intention and ritual, we can harness its ripe, manifesting energy.

As you move through this season, make time to illuminate your dreams in writing and open your heart through gratitude. Align your energies with the moon’s cycles. Stay receptive to harvest blessings headed your way.

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