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  • Writer's pictureDebra Trappen

March Full Crow Moon 2024

The Full Crow Moon peaks at 12am PT on Monday, March 25th. It is the first Full Moon of Spring magnificently paired with a Lunar Eclipse.

A Lunar Eclipse over a Full Moon can bring about major transformations as it enhances the energy of new beginnings, causing you to release bigger and more significant things than you would during a typical Full Moon. If you have unresolved issues or relationships in crisis, you may feel those feelings even deeper.

The spiritual meaning of this moon is a subtle yet powerful reminder of the early stirrings of life.

The Moon's fertile energy acts like a powerful boost for growth - Nature's and ours. It helps us nurture our dreams and ambitions with fresh energy and excitement. I feel this energy more every day. How about you?

The Crow Moon also reminds us to open up to receiving the abundance from our intentions and actions over the last 28 days.

Take some time to gather your beloved tools for your sacred rituals. Bring your candles, incense, and crystals. I have chosen Rose Quartz (love and harmony), Labradorite (boundaries), Amethyst (clarity and peace), Moonstone (calm, balance, and intuition), and Yellow Opal (emotional stability, growth, and energy).

As you create your space, repeat this mantra:

“I fill my sacred space with love and light. I call in balance, peace, and harmony.” (feel free to replace these three words with what you want to call in...)

Once your space is cleared and ready, I encourage you to lie down and close your eyes. Imagine a beautiful golden circle of light starting at your feet and moving up your body. Pause and ask yourself if subtle shifts are occurring within you that need your attention. Do you feel tension in certain areas? What areas feel good right now?

Before proceeding with the prompts below, set aside a moment to reflect on what arose for you during this introspective process.

Journal Prompts:

  1. What abundance did I receive from my intentions and actions over the last 28 days?

  2. How will I celebrate over the next week?

  3. Who are the people who will join me in celebrating?

  4. Where and with whom is my intuition telling me to set boundaries?

  5. What am I letting go and why am I comfortable releasing it?

  6. What sacred work and energy can I do NOW to help out my future self?

  7. It’s time to plant seeds (physical and metaphorical) you can harvest and reap the rewards of later this year. What do you want those seeds and rewards to be?

Let's honor this cycle of reflection and reinvention in this sacred space of sisterhood.

Let's collectively embrace the pure energy of our emotions and honor our truths.

Let's learn what we can from our experiences.

Let's vow to heal the wounds created by this cycle.

Let's release those seeking to hold us back and share time with those who support and inspire our growth.

May this time of quiet contemplation and connection empower you to embrace your inner light and navigate the journey ahead with grace, love, and resilience.

Wrapping You in Love and Light,

Crow Moon Photo by Maheera Kulsoom on Unsplash Seedling Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash

Sacred Space Photo by Jonathan Borba on Unsplash


According to the Farmer's Almanac, here are some alternative March Full Moon names:

  • The Worm Moon - Southern Native American tribes called March’s Moon the Worm Moon due to the emergence of earthworm manure (called vermicast) as the earth began to thaw

  • The Sugar Moon (Ojibwe) marks the time of year when the sap of sugar maples starts to flow.

  • The Wind Strong Moon (Pueblo) refers to the strong, windy days that come at this time of year. 

  • The Sore Eyes Moon (Dakota, Lakota, Assiniboine) highlights the blinding rays of sunlight reflecting off the late winter's melting snow. 

  • The Paschal Moon—In Christianity, this Moon is known as the Lenten Moon if it is the last full Moon of the winter season (i.e., if it occurs before the spring equinox) or as the Paschal Full Moon if it is the first full Moon of spring (i.e., if it occurs after the spring equinox).

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