The full moon in some indigenous cultures represents a time of honoring and enjoying the rewards of our efforts. A time when our dreams, goals, and manifestations come to fruition.
We honor the full moon just as the indigenous natives of Sedona once did. This is the time when Grandfather Sun and Grandmother Moon can both be seen in the sky are opposite of each other with Mother Earth in between.
This pictograph can be found on the walls at the Hononki Heritage site in Sedona and was left here by the ancient people of this land.