Full moon brings out the best in some people but what will a super full moon do to people? The belief is like the high and low tides caused by the moon near and away from the Earth’s gravity, will also affect those on the planet too.
Emotionally, sensitive people will feel the gravitational pull and respond without understanding why. Many notice their emotions may be those of more depression, acting out, or a restless feeling, and even mild panic of fight or flight. Those instincts run deep in our DNA and are to help keep us in survival mode. While ancient and not necessary needing of those animalistic instincts, they still remain.
If you find you are affected by the pull of the moon, what can you do to remain calm? Many things we do in everyday life can help. Increase your water intake will keep you well hydrated and the mind fresh. Dehydration cause the mind and body to be sluggish and decrease activity.
Limited or cut out caffeine from your system. Caffeine is a stimulant that continues to need a therapeutic threshold to meet the needs of the individual. Meaning, more and more coffee will needed to be drank to reach the “normal” feeling. Caffeine can cause nervousness, anxiety, interrupt thoughts, and result in the opposite feelings. Feeling down, depressed, unmotivated, and headaches from not keeping the high level of caffeine in the system.
Enough sleep will help prevent anxiety, restlessness, and unfocused thoughts. Plan your demanding activities in the morning. Include your business decisions, to do list, and other must do plans. Save less quality work and to do list toward the end hours of the day.
And the super moon? This means that the moon may appear to be closer to the Earth but is not really. Just the tilting of the planet to make for some awesome pictures. Be sure to catch the Perseid’s meteor shower tonight as well.
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