New Moon New Beginnings Ritual

 
The phases of the moon bring opportunities for all of us each month. It’s a beautiful gift from the Divine, that we have these energy cycles in which to create, to build, to gather, to release and to heal.
 
During the New Moon, we are offered the option of connecting with energy of “something new”. We can use this moon cycle time wisely and during the day before, the day of and the day after of the New Moon, the intention can be born to create something “anew”.  The New Moon is not the time to take full scale action on this desire, rather it is to sit with this thought and wish it into being.
 
During the cycle of a New Moon, light a candle and focus on the new beginning that you wish to create, whether it is to bring more love into your life, to generate greater prosperity or to enhance the healing and supportive energy of your mind, body and spirit so that you can live your highest and best life. 
 
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Full Moon Release Ritual

 
The Full Moon brings the promise of releasing “something old”.
 
It is potent, powerful and reminds of the intense power we all have as Creators and Manifestors.
 
Has something been holding you back from being your Truest, Highest and Best Self?
 
Are you ready to release any old, stagnant energy that has been slowing you down, so that you can reach your full potential?
 
Try this Full Moon Ritual and get ready to ramp your energy back up to 100% AMAZING!
 
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The Goddess Within

 
In the wisdom teachings of the Divine Feminine, there are certain earth cycles, which open a gateway between the higher planes of existence and the earth plane. These moments of enhanced connection allow us to view the rhythm and timing of the goddess in her form as mother nature.
 
One of these magical moments is marked as the mid-way point of the season of Winter around February 2nd. This celebration is most popularly known by the Celtic reference of Imbolc. During the barren frozen winter days of early February in western Europe, the celebration of Imbolc was a symbol of hope and represented the good things to come. When surveying the landscape (without), everything appeared bleak, and lifeless yet (within) the dairy animals, hints of Spring were returning as the animals began to lactate and milk began to flow again.
 
While Imbolc is the most well known celebration of this holiday, its origins stem from a powerful universal wisdom teaching known as...
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