Such a glorious week and such a glorious colorful time of the year (sorry, my Northern Hemisphere entrainment is showing!) as we approach astrological Autumn… a New Moon on Tuesday followed by the Autumn (Spring in the SH) Equinox on Thursday, September 22nd. The Equinox has inspired my theme for this lunar month: Balance. If this theme works for you, wonderful! … Continue reading Wisdom from Grandmother Moon – Inner Journey Events
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I have always found it fascinating that the month of January was named after the Roman god Janus, the god of beginnings, who was always depicted with two faces: one looking towards the past and one looking towards the future. This notion of "new beginnings" is what gives rise to our custom of making a … Continue reading Inner Awakenings, Deep Reflections, and Contentment
MEND YOUR LIFE – TAKE THE JOURNEY Sometimes, there is a little whisper, deep inside. The less attention we give it, the louder it gets. Are you ready to listen? ‘THE JOURNEY’ BY MARY OLIVER One day you finally knew what you had to do, and began, though the voices around you kept shouting their bad … Continue reading Mend Your Life – Take the Journey.
A Burlá Ghuí prayer bundle (thank you Karen Ward and Slí An Chroí)
On tonight’s Full Egg Moon, I was privileged to participate in a global moon maiden ritual, preparing a Burlá Ghuí for Birth, Death and Rebirth under the auspices of The Morrigan, the Celtic Goddess associated with this triple cycle of life (similar to the Valkyries or Kali). Some of us came together in Circle, and others worked solitary in their own Sacred Space and time zone.
What is a Burlá Ghuí (a Celtic phrase, pronounced bur-la gwee)? You may know it as a prayer bundle made with natural organic elements, much like a mandala, mesa or despacho. After the Burlá Ghuí ritual is made and its ritual complete, it is either burned (returned to the Light) or buried (gifted to the Earth). Some choose to hang it from a tree first.
This ritual can be performed…
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