Another full moon is almost here.

The next full moon will appear this week and will stay for three nights.

Those sightings have become popular with people who are interested to learn about the spiritual meaning behind them.

If you hoping to see the Buck Moon this year, here’s what you need to know about it.

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What is a Buck Moon?

According to the Maine Farmer’s Almanac, the name of this supermoon originates from deer antlers, which appear on a buck’s forehead during this time of the year.

The Buck Moon is known as the Hay Moon in Europe as June and July is the season of haymaking.

Hindus, Buddhists, and Jains call it the Guru Moon because it’s marked as a time to clear off the mind and learn from the Guru or spiritual mentor.

Other popular names given to this cosmic feast are Wort Moon, Rose Moon, Mead Moon, Dharma Day or a Thunder Moon.

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Spiritual meaning explored

July’s full moon is in Aquarius which means that it’s time for individual exploration and connecting deeper with your inner self, Style Caster reports.

Similar to other full moons, it’s time for reflection and reconnection with our bodies and minds which can help us gain a clear perspective on an important matter.

Those born in late Aries, Cancer, Libra and Capricorn might feel the moon deeper than other zodiac signs.

Spiritual mentor Esther McCann tells Woman & Home Magazine:

“I would recommend getting outdoors in the summer evening if you can to truly connect with nature in this beautiful season. Find somewhere quiet and feel free to go barefoot to connect to the earth.”

Esther adds: “Sometimes it will be there to highlight our wins and manifestations will come to fruition. At other times it is there to shine that spotlight on what needs to be shed in order to make room for the new,”

You can spend this time meditating, journaling or doing any other form of self-care to reap the fruits of July’s full moon.

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How to see the Buck Moon

The full moon will peak on Friday, July 23rd at 10:37 pm EDT.

It will be visible for three nights so you can expect to catch a glimpse of it from Thursday evening until Sunday morning.

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