March 15 is the Wax Moon. The phases of the Moon can be seen to reflect the aspects of the Triple God. There are Esbat rituals to celebrate the Lunar changes in relation to the God and to utilize the distinctive energy that accompanies each phase. Most Practitioners are familiar with the Esbats performed at the Full Moon, honoring the God as Warrior and Father, and at the New Moon, honoring the God as Sage and Darkness.
The Moon is the only natural satellite of the Earth and the fifth largest Moon in the Solar System. The Moon is in synchronous rotation with Earth, always showing the same face with its near side marked by dark volcanic that fill between the bright ancient crustal highlands and the prominent impact craters. It is the most luminous object in the sky after the Sun.
Set up your outdoor alter with Spring items and incense of jasmine or other flowers. Open saying,
"I stand between the Dark Moon and the Full Moon.
The Lord is the Warrior, the Lady is a Maiden.
I stand in a time of youth. A time of new beginnings.
A time of growth.. a time to begin new Ideas, a time to Build"
On paper write what areas of your life need strengthening and what projects you are starting with the waxing moon. When you are done fold them and place them in the caldron or other burning bowl. As the paper burns say,
"Divine Spirit of the universe, Gods, and friends...
you know what areas in our lives need strengthening and which
new tasks we have started that require help. We send them to
you in the smoke that you may help us to obtain what we need
to strengthen ourselves and succeed in our goal. Aid us as we
take the action needed to continue to grow and prosper in life
and out tasks. We ask this be within the will of the universe.
So Mote it be"
Close with meditation.
Some people have preferences of which moon cycle they like best so experiment to find out which ones you like best.