For tonight's full moon. I am keeping it simple with a Cacao Ceremony. The Cacao ceremony (using chocolate or cacoa nibs of any variety) is my favorite Full Moon ritual for honoring what is good in life in this minute. Since many are heading into year-end activities and year-end reviews, taking time to note...
We recommend that you give yourself breathing room on when and how you transition from one year to another; let go of the cultural norms and expectations around January 1. Take all the time you need to honor your journey, to celebrate your LIFE, your progress, and your needs. Period. Our rituals should not be rushed. And so we call this our New Year Season filled with rituals between 2 moons, Jan - Feb.
Honoring a new year over many weeks, a New Year Season, enables more time for ritual and celebration in our busy lives. ... Sage Ceremony to release a difficult year.
Hello my Sage Friends! Happy New Year to you. As you know from past blog posts, we at Sacred Land Sage honor a new year for as long as we can with as many meaningful rituals as possible. This means that we set our intentions and conduct a series of rituals to Manifest a new … Continue reading Happy New Moon! Key 2019 Dates to Set Intentions for a Stellar New Year
Each month, the week of the Full Moon is the busiest time of the month here at Sacred Land Sage- in the "formulary department". Department meaning my kitchen- haha! For me, it’s a time of pure creative joy and is highly satisfying (next to having fingers in garden dirt of course). Full moon formulating means … Continue reading Happy March Super Full Moon. It’s Tincture Time!
Happy Lunar New Year! A Lunar basis offers rich opportunies to cultivate a new year with rituals to not only renew and start fresh, but to Honor what has transpired, consider thoughtfully the difficulties of the previous year, clear and cleanse residual debris from our Mind*Body*Spirit,
Tonight, it is both a full Snow moon, and also the 15th day of the Tibetan New Year, or Losar. Tibetan traditions of the New year have always appealed to me, in part because of the duration of celebrations marking a new year- several weeks before and after the New Moon. My Tibetan friends tell … Continue reading Happy Full Moon and Tibetan New Year