Have you been out to look at the moon over the last couple of evenings? It's gorgeous--radiating with power. And it isn't even at it's peak yet. I subscribe to the Farmers Almanac Companion Newsletter. The one I received today said:
" this Moon is 14% bigger and 30% brighter than other full Moons this year. Why? The Moon is both in its full phase and at a point in its orbit that is nearest Earth, called its perigee. When these events occur together, the Moon is closer to Earth than usual. The effect? The Full Cold Moon will appear especially large near the horizon as the Sun sets. The Moon is also high at this time of year; when it's overhead (near midnight), it will light up the landscape. Take a magical stroll and see your world at night. You won't need a flashlight!"
Now is also the perfect time to charge your tools.
I hope you'll take a moment to bask in it's powerful beauty and absorb it's greatness.