Free Monthly Moonstock Gatherings

Check out the magic that Moonstock brings every fullmoon;

Moonstock, 24th March, Full Worn Moon
BREATHE!


If you feel called to experience Moonstock all you have to do is show up, there is no fee or charge, and you don't need to sign up to go; all that is asked is that you respect the sea, the beach, the local area and people's space, and as always this is a no alcohol and drugs free zone and private gathering;

Moonstock Location: Portmarnock Beach (The Shelters) Coast Road Velvet Strand - Google Maps
Arrival Time: 6pm
Starting Time: 6.30pm
Moon Rising: 6.02pm


Carpark Locations:

Carpark Location 1: https://maps.app.goo.gl/uYizFrphkMxsL6zP6 FOR CARPARK LOCATION, DO NOT PARK IN AT THE SPAR SHOPS, YOU WILL BE CLAMPED! 

Carpark Location 2: https://maps.app.goo.gl/kCBAdzz1s43HLFb86 , Access to the beach is at the back of this carpark, turn left when you walk out onto the beach then head towards the Shelters;

If the weather is too bad for the breathing, then we will all meet at the Shelters in Portmarnock and go for a dip.
PLEASE DO NOT PARK IN AT THE SPAR SHOPS, YOU WILL BE CLAMPED!!
Shelters LocationCoast Road - Google Maps

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Moon Name Origin...

This year, March’s full Moon occurs after the spring equinox (March 19, 2024), making it the Paschal Moon; March’s full Moon will be the first full Moon of the spring season and, therefore, will determine the date of Easter this year; March’s full Moon goes by the name Worm Moon; for many years, we thought this name referred to the earthworms that appear as the soil warms in spring; this invites robins and other birds to feed—a true sign of spring! however, more research revealed another explanation; in the 1760s, Captain Jonathan Carver visited the Naudowessie (Dakota) and other Native American tribes and wrote that the name Worm Moon refers to a different sort of “worm”—beetle larvae—which begin to emerge from the thawing bark of trees and other winter hideouts at this time;

Spiritual Meaning...

Growth and Fertility: As it is associated with the onset of spring, a time when the Earth awakens and life begins to bloom again, the Worm Moon might symbolize growth, fertility, and abundance; some people might take this time to focus on personal development, planting the “seeds” for future growth and success;

Connection with Nature: The Worm Moon may serve as a reminder for individuals to reconnect with nature, to be grounded, and to appreciate the natural cycles and rhythms of the Earth;

Release and Letting Go: Some spiritual traditions use the energy of the full moon as a time for release and letting go of that which no longer serves them; the Worm Moon, marking the end of winter, could symbolize the release of past hardships, making way for new beginnings;

"Sit with the Moon, Lead with the Heart"