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This Sunday, October 16th, is one of 2016’s three “supermoons”. A special day for meditation. Find out why below.
Buddha Maitreya, the reincarnation of Jesus Christ, teaching at the Full Moon Meditation at The Church of Shambhala Vajradhara Maitreya Sangha Monastery on January 19, 2011:
“One of the key things about the full moon is that it has a reflective value that comes from the sun. And part of the process of, like we receive sunlight and it has the affect of growing plants and what all it does, and maintains life on this planet. But that light that comes from the moon also has an affect on the planet. And it’s rays, its energy that comes onto the planet is adding more light on the planet. And so when we do get that full moon, its an increase of light, and not just the sun’s light, but it is the sun, yeah its the sun reflecting off the moon, so you’re getting a mirror effect which adds more of that solar energy to our life…It does have a major affect on everything on the planet: the plants, on all the animals and everything. So it’s a real good time to try and meditate and make sure that you’re in a good, positive state during that time because that extra light could create an exorcism…
From Oregon Live on the 2016 Supermoons
You might know the phenomenon as a “supermoon,” when the moon appears to be about 7 percent bigger and 16 percent brighter than normal. It’s actually just the moon reaching its closest distance to Earth – a phase known as its perigree – happening at the same time that it’s either full or new.
It happens several times a year, but in 2016 all the full supermoons are reserved for the fall, occurring once a month for the duration of the season. The lunar phenomenon will come Oct. 16, Nov. 14 and Dec. 13.
The November moon will be the closest of the year, coming within 221,524 miles from Earth.