Tuesday, March 26, 2013

A Full Moon Ritual For Energy

Use this ritual to bring specific lunar energies into your life. It should be carried out on the evening of the full moon or as close as you can.Use for an extra surge of energy when you need it to overcome an obstacle or seize an opportunity.

* Light a row of three silver candles, two of the same size for the waxing and waning phases and one much larger in the center for the full moon.

* Light three sticks of jasmine or mimosa incense.

 * Take a branch from a willow or any other tree or plant that grows near water, and on it hang three silver baubles; one should be very large. If you have no baubles, make discs from silver foil. Silver is the colour and metal of the Moon. Add nine tiny, silver-coloured bells, hung with thread.

 * If the full moon is visible, use a hand mirror, silver if possible, to direct its light toward the tree or plant, saying:

Isis, mother of the Moon, your power this night bring to me soon. Your silver radiance on me shine, your fertile light now strengthen mine. Full moon, full glory, fill my heart, your loving wisdom to me impart. Mother Isis, your child I call, uplift and guide me lest I fall.

(You can, instead of Isis, choose your own Moon goddess if you prefer or just invoke the Moon mother.)

* Now with silver thread or ribbons, bind the tree and the baubles with nine loose knots, saying:

 I bind your tree with tasks undone, Maiden, Mother, not yet Crone. I bind your strength my race not won, I take the power and it is done.

* Moon Magick

* Pull all your knots undone, one after the other, and shake the tree so the bells ring and the energy is released.

* Leave the candles to burn down in a safe place.

 Leave the branch or plant still hung with silver baubles and bells throughout the week of the full moon and use the week to focus on your specific Moon theme. Sit, if you can, for a few minutes each night by silver candlelight and see yourself surrounded by an orb of silver light. Maximize the possibilities in your everyday world.

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