On May 7th this year, we celebrate Buddha Purnima. Vesak commemorates the birth, enlightenment and passing of the Buddha and therefore has tremendous spiritual energy which is conducive for spiritual practices, sacred ceremonies and rituals. It is also helpful for repairing relationships and ability to forgive. This is in line with Buddha's compassion, empathy, and mission to be of service to others from all walks of life. Buddhists believe that living in accordance with the Four Noble Truths should lead one to live a life of peace and equanimity.
I created a vision board in honour of the full moon yesterday as the energy favours concentration on what you want to manifest. Repeating affirmations and words that you want to be part of your character on a regular basis is something that can help change the subconscious programming of the mind, especially when done right before going to bed.
Purnima marks a time when the moon is fully bright, and in vedic astrology it is most auspcicious to be born on a full moon because it gives a bright mind that has full consiousness. Being born on the full light of the moon, there is prosperity, peace, wisdom and a deeper understanding of the divine intelligence of the Universe. You can not have any daghda "burnt" rashis when born on the purnima moon which is excellent because the two rashis normally affected give a certain weakness. Even if it does not affect the material significations of a house, it hinders the person's full enjoyment of it (Sutton, 2012).
The best time in western astrology to create a vision board is on the new moon in aries (aries is the sign of new beginnings) or during vesak. In vedic astrology, it would be any of the full moons. During the time that the sun transits your 11th house in either your western or vedic chart is also a great time for creating a vision board or writing down your dreams and goals.
Sutton, K. (2012). Chapter 5, Tithi. Personal Panchanga. The Wessex Astrologer