We are excited to be launching Ritual a new ceramic collaboration with Andrea Roman inspired by starting each morning clear of mind with an acceptance for what the day holds celebrating the rituals and moments that the beginning of each day brings. Each piece has its own unique landscape and the way Andrea represents the rocks soil sand and mud in every item she makes is simply stunning. The four piece collection made up of a ceramic cup breakfast bowl incense holder and match striker will…
Moonwater is imbued with the energy of the Full or New Moon. It is great for many spells, for ritual drink on full moons or Sabbats, or just for a little extra Goddess energy. Use a glass bottle/jar filled with water left under the moon overnight (a garden or a window sill will do fine) . Add a blessing: “Blessed Moon lend your strength and courage to the water I make this night. May it be filled with your ever lasting love and healing power.
Ahhhh! So excited to tell you about my first burning sage ritual that I did over the weekend. I’ve always wanted to, having only seen them performed on TV in some Real Housewife’s mcmansion, but was waiting for a reason. Which is what I hope you’ll take away from this post: You don’t need a reason! Everyone …
The new moon is a time of initiation and new beginnings. It is the time to plant a seed of what you want to grow in your life. Making a wish, an intention, a promise, or a vow is a common custom. It is believed that as the moon grows, that your intention or goal will too usually by the time the moon completes its cycle and returns full circle to new again.
Mabon is often referred to as a "Pagan Thanksgiving." One way to celebrate your gratitude is to create a gratitude garland. String a ribbon up near your ritual area, and scatter pens, ribbon, and stamps on a table. Have each of your ritual participants create a tag (or a few) that states what each is thankful for, creating a beautiful garland of gratitude.
Burning bowl ceremony - let go of the old that no longer serves to make way for the new as you welcome back the sun. Write what you no longer want in your life on a piece of paper. Burn it, blow, fling, or paour the ashes in a lake, stream or into the wind off and away from your property as you say be gone and let it go from your thoughts.
Every cycle I am called, yet again, to a space of loving examination: What about my life is feeding me? Which aspects of my career or relationships are nourishing? And what am I ready to let go of so I can clear the way for newness to reseed and grow?