Sun Jun 23, 2013 2:11pm EDT —
Sun Jun 23, 2013 3:11pm EDT
Many ancient and traditional belief systems around the world consider the Full Moon as the most auspicious time.
It is said that Deities, Divine Spirits and Ascended Masters who live in other dimensions visit the earth-plane on a full moon day to bless all creatures and beings with the light of Grace.
For Buddhists, there is considerable religious significance of the full moon day.
The Buddha was born on a full moon day.
His renunciation was on a full moon day.
His Enlightenment was on a full moon day.
The delivery of his first sermon was on a full moon day, as well as many of his most important teachings and events over the course of his life.
And, of course to follow suit, the Buddha’s death was on a full moon day.
The full moon is considered a ‘breakthrough’ day as most people were enlightened during this time.
It is believed the full moon day can bring spiritual clarity and inspiration from the Divine. The gates to true knowledge are opened within our hearts and we have the greatest opportunity to achieve peace and absolute freedom.
Aum Bhoor Bhuva Swaha
Tat Savitur Varenyam
Bhargo Devasya Dheemahi
Dhiyoyo Na Pracho Dhayat
May there be peace on levels of existence, mortal, immortal and divine. May our heart and souls inspire the intellect to take the right action at the right present time. May we always be willing to meditate and contemplate the divinity of Self that resides within.