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Happy Full Moon!!
Its a busy day for me….
I’ve gone ahead and rounded up all my posts on Full Moon Rituals. If you are looking for a little inspiration…
- Skip The Moon Ritual & Take A Nap Instead!
- Blood Moon Spell & Ritual
- Super Moon, Blue Moon, Blood Moon & Total Lunar Eclipse Community Candle Ritual – Release, Restore, Rise & Heal.
- New Year – Super Full Moon Abundance Spell
- Full Moon Protection Ritual
- Mood Walk Under The Full Moon
- Full Moon Master Candles For Your Altar
- Simple Full Moon Ritual
- Harness The Powerful Moon! How To Make More Magic!
- Full Moon Magic Ritual
Having my second baby was hard. I had him in 2016, 2 years after undertaking open heart surgery, and I worked right up until the day before he was born (he came early – I did mean to have a break). I love every inch of him, and never regret my decision, but it has been hard on my all round health, and particularly my body.
Did you know when you are pregnant, you don’t shed hair like normal? The problem is you loose all the hair you should have throughout the 9 months pretty rapidly after the baby is born. I breastfed for a year after my Son was born, and I found as soon as I stopped, then my hair was literally falling out in clumps. It has never really recovered, and although I try not to worry too much about my appearance, the condition of my hair…
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By Phoenix of Elder Mountain Dreaming – My progressed moon is now in Gemini for the next two years and this is the second time in my life, because progressed Moons and Saturn returns follow the same timed cycle. Its progressing through my 8th house, where all the Gemini fixed stars sit in my chart, and its been a wonderful opportunity for first hand experience to see how this complicated sign and its ruler Mercury works in both this world, in my dreaming and inbetween both. For perspective and preface, the first time my Moon progressed into Gemini was on Christmas Day 1990, about a year after my first Saturn return.
At that time the beginnings of Uranus concatenate Neptune, and they were on my natal Mercury (11 Cap). Needless to say I was feeling quite lucid and because I had already started having out of bodies and astral travel…
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Before I share this week’s video with you, I wanted to provide a quick update regarding the online mushroom foraging video course. If you’re unaware, I’ve been very busy creating an extensive course designed to teach the necessary skills involved in confidently and successfully foraging wild mushrooms through every season. The entire course will be available online, and it will feature over 60 brand new instructional videos with guided lessons on:
- Mushroom ecology
- Mushroom biology
- Fungal taxonomy
- Edible mushrooms
- Poisonous mushrooms
- Medicinal mushrooms and extraction techniques
- Cooking wild mushrooms
- Mushroom hunting resources
… and lots more.
This project has been a labor of intense love for the past two years and I’m really excited to share it with you! Registration is set to be open early May, and the best way to stay up-to-date with the release of this course is to continue checking these emails. Updates will also be posted to the Learn Your Land website shortly.
And now on to this week’s video!
During a recent walk through the woods, I was happy to unexpectedly see a particular medicinal plant whose winter buds and twigs I enjoy. Upon closer inspection, I realized that not all the buds and twigs in front of me belonged to this medicinal species.
Instead, many shoots around my desired plant actually belonged to a poisonous species.
Luckily, I left the woods unscathed, though I thought I’d film the situation for anyone interested in safely foraging wild medicinal plants.
Do you recognize this poisonous plant? Check out the brand new video to learn more!
I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed by Sam Sycamore from the Good Life Revival Podcast. In this interview, we talk about the intersection of health and nature connection, the benefits of knowing how to read the land, and lots more! You can listen and download the interview here.
This week I have had several people come to me asking questions about religion. They heard that I was the ‘expert’ on the subject and wanted to talk to me. I asked, “What do you want to know?” To which they replied, “Everything!” What they don’t understand and what a lot of readers that come across this site don’t under stand is, ‘You must make sure you are ready!’
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This Full Moon takes place on the 19th of February and is also a Supermoon!
This is the second Supermoon in a series of three, (we will have another supermoon in March!) but this Supermoon is also the biggest Supermoon of the year!
Pretty cool compared to February of 2018 having no full moon at all!
A Supermoon is when the moon orbits closest to the Earth, making the moon appear larger in the sky, thus amplifying the lunar energies and our emotions.
The moon is symbolic of our inner world, our intuition and our emotions, and this one is the Planting Moon according to the Spirit de la Lune deck. It’s important to take note of what you are “planting” right now!
This Supermoon in Virgo represents a very potent time for manifestation and achieving our goals… Especially with it taking place in 0º which holds total raw potential for new beginnings.
This Full Moon is adventurous and exciting holding lots of opportunities for change. Be on the lookout for good news and a sense of things coming together.
Our last New Moon post talked about answers coming and things finally falling into place… to help make that happen, we’ve put together a special ritual for this Full Moon!
We will be combining several earth elements into an intention oil and then using it to anoint an intention infused candle!
You can do this ritual on the days preparing for the full moon, or on the full moon! Preparing the oil a day ahead can be helpful, but it’s not needed!
Read the full article at: Spirit de la Lune – Full Moon in Virgo-Crafting Herbal Anointing Oil & A Candle Ritual
Druidry is rooted in relationship and connection with the living earth: the physical landscape and all her plants and creatures, the spirits of nature, the allies of hoof and claw, fin and feather. The land and her spirits are our primary allies and energies with which we work as druids. The question I keep coming back to is this: how do I practice a nature-centered path in a time when nature–those of the hooves, fins, feathers, and claws–are going extinct and dying all around me? How do I practice druidry when everything that I hold sacred and love is under severe threat, and when it is likely that in my lifetime, I will witness severe ecological collapse in multiple ecosystems. How do I practice druidry with my “eyes open” to all of this, and honor nature in this great extinction event, and still say sane? How do I do this…
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