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Wesak Full Moon & this Saturday's Sacred Sound of Spirit Gathering

From: Christopher D.
Sent on: Tuesday, April 28, 2015 5:53 PM

You are invited to join us for the Wesak Full Moon this Saturday for our April Sacred Sound of Spirit Gathering.

I am just back from presenting two Keynotes at the The Festival of Angels Expo and had a wonderful experience as we gathered there to call in the Angels for help and assistance. I am so looking forward to our gathering this Saturday as this is the most important Full Moon of the year for spiritual seekers.

This Full Moon during the constellation of Taurus will occur at 8:43 pm PDT on Sunday, May 3.  The actual timing of this full moon puts it into the complementary opposite sign of Scorpio, the watery sign of deep initiations.

You are invited to join our Full Moon gathering Saturday, May 2 from 6:45-8:30 pm at Carlsbad Village Yoga.

Wesak the only full moon where there is a direct dispensation of energies that is literally downloaded from the Spiritual Hierarchy for an 8-minute period, just before and after the time of the full moon.  According to Wesak tradition, the bridge for this energy is formed by Siddhartha Guatama, The Buddha.

The Wesak Full Moon

The full moon of Taurus is the time when the Buddhist tradition celebrates Wesak. (pronounced wee-sack)  Wesak is like the Buddhist version of a combination of the Christian Christmas, Pentacost and Easter rolled into one. Wesak celebrates the birth, journey on the path, enlightenment and ascension of The Buddha, which literally means “One Who is Awake.

Here’s the progression of moons, according to the Theosophical Tradition:  First, there is the Resurrection Full Moon ofAries, during which we are re-born to a higher vibration of our selves and our being.  Following that moon, the Wesak Full Moon is a time when we are able to receive enlightenment at a new level—because of our “spiritual rebirth.”

Please keep in mind that Wesak is the 2nd of the very powerful set of 4 Full Moons (Aries, Taurus, Gemini and Cancer) that determine how we will embody and live out these energies for the remainder of the Astrological Year.

Taurus is an Earth (physical) Sign.  And according to Theosophical Tradition, Wesak is literally a PHYSICAL bridge that is built by the Hierarchy between Humanity and Divinity.  It is held by The Lord Buddha with the Hierarchy.  The charge is “downloaded” during a brief approximately 8-minute period during the full moon.  Meditation during the Full Moon is particularly productive in harmonizing and integrating the physical, emotional and mental natures with the spiritual nature—keeping the Soul (the connecting principle entity) and Spirit in right relationship with the threefold Personality Self.

All Angel Blessings to you!
-Christopher

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