The 2021 Super Blood Moon will actually turn red. On 26 May, 2021 only the Pacific Rim will get totality. The entire globe will see a supermoon. Not only will it be the largest and brightest supermoon of the year, but it will also undergo a total lunar eclipse. Here's everything you need to know about the can't-miss lunar event.
The first is 2021’s biggest, brightest and best supermoons, the “Super Flower Moon” which is so-called because just nine hours before becoming 100% illuminated the Moon will be at its closest point to Earth for the entire year.
Of course, the Moon doesn’t orbit the Earth once every year, but instead once every “month”, about 27 days. It’s a slightly elliptical orbit, so during that short time there’s a point that sees it farthest away, and so relatively small in the sky, and a point that sees it as its closest, so relatively big in the sky.
How does Super Blood Moon impact your Health, Love, and Success?
The moon will tap into your practical sensibilities. Associated with money, long-term goals, and building something in a literal and physical sense where the ground beneath you supports you, so let this new moon encourage you to create something for yourself that is tangible and real.
Draw up the blueprints, acquire the resources you need, and most importantly, have the patience to see it through to the end.
This moon is also encouraging you to feel more grounded. In life, it's easy to rush through everything. You may be thinking more about your next appointment or all the errands you need to run more than the moment that you're inhabiting right now.
Connected to all five of the human senses (sight, sound, taste, touch, and smell), make the commitment to titillating and soothing these senses in a more intentional and meaningful way. This could be as simple as stopping to smell the roses during your daily walk or taking a hot bath filled with lavender oil before bed. Get back down to the basics and reconnect with your body.
Let the moon bring you the patience needed to bring a project to completion or simply live the present moment to the fullest.