This year, just a few hours before the peak of the January 20 Full Moon (9:36 pm ET), a total lunar eclipse will be visible in North and South America.
During the eclipse, the moon will turn a ruddy red color known as a Blood Moon. We’ll also be treated to a Super Moon, which is both full and at the point in its orbit where it is closest to Earth. A Super Moon appears larger and brighter than a typical full Moon.
This is a perfect time to organize a Releasing Full Moon Ceremony in which you release those things that no longer serve you. This involves fire – small or large. It can be accomplished alone or in a group.