2010 Moon Chart-USA and GMT time
In all meditation it is of value for the student to remember that, from the standpoint of permanent benefit, it is easier to meditate effectively during the period from the new moon to the full moon, than from the full moon to the new moon. The first half of the lunar cycle is one of intensification, absorption and accretion; the second half is one of assimilation and distribution. More real progress over a long period can be made by observing this cyclic law. Wisely utilizing newly acquired energies keeps inflowing and outflowing channels open and prevents emotional, mental and psychical congestions which may otherwise be experienced, with their accompanying physical consequences.
Table of new and full moons for the twelve months of 2010:
NOTE: When and where Daylight Saving Time is in use, add one hour to the above times. (#) indicates eclipes of the sun at the new moon and of the moon at the full moon. An asterisk (*) indicates pm of the day previous to the day stated in the column for Eastern Standard Time.
The full moons of the three spiritual Festivals will be observed worldwide on the following days: EASTER on March 29th, WESAK on April 28th, and CHRIST'S FESTIVAL and WORLD INVOCATION DAY on May 27th. Check locally for the actual day of the festival meetings, which may vary from the date of the full moon.
Keynotes for the disciple
These keynotes for the disciple may be used in sequence as the seed thought for the meditation work done each month at the time of the full moon.