In today’s rush, we all think too much — seek too much — want too much — and forget about the joy of just being. We carry heavy course loads which leads our focus to elsewhere. We less acknowledge our strengths, most especially that we are now in the trenches of the Lunar season bringing out the magick of the moon. The magick of the moon is something that many believers find enthralling, as the moon has been a source of folklore, myth and legend. Its presence is magnificently evident in Wicca where the covens meet for Full Moon rituals to honor the Goddess on the Esbats, a practice adapted by solitaries. More so, the Moon leads over the five primary paradoxes of Wicca which include: Mystery and Chaos; Flow and Evolution; Birth and Death; Emotions and Soul; and Wisdom and Magick. It is no wonder that the Moon is revered as the Queen of the Night sailing through the heavens with her sparkling and starry light. This, indeed, is a traditional reminder that the magick moon paves the way for us to fill ourselves with its light every time we lost direction or miss to connect the creative essence of its significance into our lives.