Connect with Mama Earth in April’s Third Quarter Moon

Wisdom from Seanmháthair Gealach (Grandmother Moon)
Third Quarter Moon, In Capricorn
Arrives around 2:56 AM Pacific Time / 10:56 UTC on April 19th
Day 24 of the lunar journey
Wisdom: Connect with your Intuition and with Mama Earth

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“Phases of The Moon, Third Quarter”, a painting by Wayne Purse 

When I verify the arrival times for the various lunar phases – New Moon, First Quarter, Full Moon and Third Quarter – the times across all information sites are usually relatively consistent. But today, I read so many variations for the arrival of the Third Quarter: 2:56 AM, 2:57 AM, 2:58 AM, 2:59 AM, 3:00 AM, 3:05 AM Pacific Time. Minor differences, but very curious indeed!  And the fact that all that variation is throwing me for a loop means I need the grounding influence of the Capricorn Moon!

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Not being an astronomer, I don’t know why there are so many variations…. maybe it’s all this retrograde planetary activity! Suffice it to say, the Third Quarter will arrive somewhere between 2:56 AM and 3:05 AM Pacific Time tonight!

But what is the Last Quarter and how is it defined astronomically? Well, by a very precise measurement: “when the excess of the apparent ecliptic (celestial) longitude of the Moon over that of the Sun is 270 degrees”. These exact words were found in numerous sources.

One-half of the visible surface of LaLuna is brightly lit (which side varies depending on your location in the Northern or Southern Hemisphere), and the illuminated portion slowly decreases each day until we reach next week’s Dark Moon.

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At this point, LaLuna’s journey around the Earth is roughly three-quarters complete, as is our journey with her. This is the Autumn of the lunar cycle, where our intuition is deepening more and more each day, where we clearly see our accomplishments (and Self) that were illuminated by the Full Moon.

What we planned at the beginning of this lunar cycle is now ready to be reaped and harvested. Like LaLuna, we too are returning to our time of rest, of consolidation, of reflection. It’s okay to slow down, so that we may focus on what we’ve learned, complete what we’ve started and release anything that will not support us in the next cycle.

You may feel tension during this final quarter (the quarter moons with their half-dark and half-light illumination may feel like crisis points) but use that energy to focus on completion and letting go, rather than jumping into new things. Let those wait for next week’s New Moon. Call on the wisdom of the Matriarch goddess(es) such as Mab, Demeter, Yemaya, Hera and others. The Matriarch knows her Self, her gifts, her wisdom… and you will too.

SOUL WORK FOR THE THIRD QUARTER 

Any time during the Waning Moon, from the Full Moon to the Dark Moon, is traditionally a time for releasing. As the Moon’s energy diminishes, releasing becomes a more natural action. If you use spellcraft, it can also be a time for banishing negative things (except during a Void-of-Course period).

But do remember that “nature abhors a vacuum”: when you release something negative, be sure to consider what positive energy you can bring in to fill that void. Balance, always… exhale, inhale… release, receive. It can be as simple as a good wish, an affirmation, a kind deed, or an act of gratitude.

SOUL QUESTIONS
This month we are working with the theme of Rejuvenation, or Renewal. Take some time to look back at this month’s journey and develop your own Soul Questions, or use these:

  • What has begun again?
  • How has renewal or rejuvenation manifested in your life this month?
  • And how will it continue to manifest?

Find the answers in meditation, contemplation, a journey, or from an oracle or tarot reading. And then release what isn’t working and next month continue to build from what IS working.

Capricorn is associated with the Earth Element and, with Earth Day coming on April 22nd, this is a perfect time to make a strong(er) connection with Mama Earth and to use Earth in your release rituals (burying a release bundle, for instance, rather than placing it in a cauldron to release with Fire).

How can you connect with Mama Earth during the Waning Moon time?

  • spend time in Nature or in your garden, if you have one
  • cleanse the Air in your home with a new indoor plant (or more)
  • make or purchase herbal tea, a beautiful bounty from Mama Earth that supports our health and vitality. Even better, make or purchase one that uses roots in the mix, such as dandelion, or with berries along with leaves
  • take a detoxifying bath by adding a cup or more of a mixture of salts (Epsom, Magnesium, Dead Sea, Himalayan, etc) to the tub, along with a few drops of your favourite essential oil, and soak your cares away
  • make a salt scrub and use it to exfoliate your body
  • energetically cleanse your crystals and pendulums
  • do some grounding work such as a grounding cord exercise (there are several on-line sources, such as this one)

In other words, as we said in the 60s, “mellow out” 😀


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For more information about the Circle, CLICK HERE

Or, CLICK HERE to join us today on Facebook


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Call on The Creatrix in the Full Moon

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Wisdom from Seanmháthair Gealach (Grandmother Moon)
Day 16, Full Moon in Cancer at 3:33 AM Pacific Time 🌕
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It’s that time again… A beautiful Full Moon rising in the East. For me, it arrived at 3:30 AM today (Thursday, January 12th), but on the 11th for many of you, in this lovely global community. This energy will be with us for another 2-3 days.

This first Full Moon of the calendar year is in Cancer, such a nurturing mothering sign. And the Full Moon, in the Women’s Cycle of Life, is also aligned with The Mother — goddesses such as Gaia, Demeter, Isis, Hestia and Green Tara — giving us a double dose of the Creatrix energy to heighten our creativity, and to birth and nurture new ideas and new projects. WOW!

And with Imbolc arriving in just a few weeks, we can also look to the energy of Brigid (who we celebrate on Imbolc, February 1 or February 3rd at 22:36 UTC, depending on your traditions) to support us. Brigid tells us: “Don’t back down. Stand up for what you believe is right.”

How does the energy and wisdom of these goddesses manifest in YOUR life?

SOUL QUESTIONS FOR THE FULL MOON
Work with your New Moon card layout and review your progress in the month. Look to the questions for the South (home of Fire, Creativity, Passion… as well as song and poetry), such as:
“What is flourishing?”
“Who am I in wonder and trust?”
“How can I embrace the Creatrix energy in a way that will support me now?”

Or ponder on the mothering aspect of your Self.  We all have both the Divine Masculine and Divine Feminine within us.

Are you nurturing and nourishing your Self, as much as you nurture and nourish others and other things – children, family, job, career, etc.? The Full Moon is about the balancing of waxing and waning, the light and the dark. . . how does this manifest in YOUR life?

RITUALS FOR THE FULL MOON
🌕 Many people choose to release and let go on the Full Moon, and any time in the waning moon is good for that. I’ve shared some simple release ceremonies before in this blog.

🌕 Place your crystals in the moonlight for charging

🌕 Bathe in the moonlight and thank LaLuna for her wisdom

🌕 Spend some time with your altar, adding new elements for the South, and honouring the work of the South. Write a poem, sing a song, place a picture of something inspiring on your altar to be mindful of your goals or desires. And if you don’t have an altar… create one with the Full Moon and Imbolc in mind.

And especially for THIS Full Moon. . . start to plan for Imbolc and for honouring Brigid.

Full Moon Blessings !


MARK YOUR CALENDAR

ww-circles-800x800-21On Friday, January 27th at 10 AM Pacific Time, I will be offering a special event on the New Moon: “Hearts Afire: Brigid’s Fire Blessings”.

The replay will be available for those who can’t attend live. I’ll post more about it next week, but it is up now on the Inner Journey Events website if you want more info or even register now.

Click here for details.


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For more information about the Circle, CLICK HERE

Or, CLICK HERE to join us today on Facebook


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Celebrate your Animal Allies in our November Instagram Challenge

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I’m so excited! We start the #animalearthmedicine Photo Challenge today on Instagram!

Are you drawn to Shamanism, Paganism or perhaps love connecting to the wisdom of animals? And are you on Instagram?

If so, you are going to fall in love 😍with the NOVEMBER photo challenge that I am co-hosting from @innerjourneyevents with my longtime friend, Sharron Basanti from @gypsyarts starting November 1st …TODAY!

Are ya in??? Nod, YES 😆

How can you join?

1. Post a photo daily using the prompt . . . let your imagination run wild! You can use Tarot & Oracle decks or take photos of animals in the wild . . . maybe even draw the animal you feel drawn to . . . the possibilities are endless!

2. Add the tag #animalearthmedicine to connect with others in the community 👭 👫 👬

You are welcome to repost to show love for animal wisdom , and also so others in the community can join the challenge 💜

The challenge is inclusive. . . anyone can participate that resonates with the prompts! You can do all 30 days or only a few, no rules 😊

I do hope you can join us!


Day One  of the challenge is today, and the theme is My Animal Guide… so I am sharing mine: The Lynx.

Cats have always been part of my life, but Lynx introduced herself to me on one of my first shamanic journeys and has been a powerful and constant companion ever since… in my personal life, my work, and in many journeys.
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Her medicine is profound, and she very often shows me the spirit animals of those around me. Thank you, Lynx.
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Photo Challenge Image credit: The image of a tern in flight was photographed in Iceland by wildlife photographer (and my sister!) Sue Ratcliffe. You can view her work on Facebook at @Sue Ratcliffe Photography.🐾


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If you love working with Mother Earth (known by so many names, such as Gaia, Pachamama, and Danú), following the energies of Seanmháthair Gealach (Grandmother Moon), of the Goddess(es), of Father Sky (Daghda), following the Celtic Wheel of The Year, creating or learning ancestral crafts, or follow an earth-based spirituality…. or are interested in learning more about this path, you will find great resources – and the opportunity to ask questions, share rituals, and more – in our NEW private Facebook Group, the Wise Woman Bean Gealach Circle.

Join us today as we start the new Celtic year and celebrate Samhain!

Samhain: A time of Remembrance and Renewal

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Tonight, many of us in the Northern Hemisphere celebrate Samhain (SOW-en), while for others it arrives on the “true” cross-quarter date of November 7th. Whenever you celebrate Samhain, it is a sacred time, a time to honour our Wise Elders, Ancestors, and those who have transitioned in the past year. It is a time of reflection, clarity, divination, transformation, letting go… and starting anew: a new year, a new journey, and a new cycle of growth and renewal.

Samhain is rooted in traditions and beliefs that extend back close to 5000 years, with cailleach-300dpi-2-copyarchaeological evidence of Samhain celebrations on the Hills of Tara and Tlachtga in Ireland. The Celts believed the day started at dusk, and the year as two halves of dark (Samhain) and light (Beltaine). They defined Winter by the arrival of the first frost and snows, and I see that many of us here in Canada have already seen those first snow falls in the last week! Winter is not just coming… it is here for many of us!

Samhain is the time of An Cailleach, the “Hag” of Winter. The Crone. The Wise Woman. She is immanent, the Divine manifested in the material world.  She is the Ancient Ancestor, the Earth itself. The Dark Goddess — like those of other cultures such as Hecate, Demeter, and Kali — who celebrates the spiral dance, who creates and tames the chaos between life and death, dark and light. She was greeted with bonfires, fire representing both the return of light and the alchemy of transformation.

Renewal and Rebirth in Winter

Many of us think of Winter as a time when nothing is happening. The days are short and cold, the light diminishes, the ground is cold, little is growing. Yet it is in deepest winter that new life begins. The roots and seeds are protected and nurtured deep in the ground, drawing in the energy of Mama Earth, and awaiting the light of Spring to emerge once again.

And so it is for our human roots, the seeds of our Inner Garden. I use the entire week between “traditional” and “true” Samhain as a week of Inner Cauldron reflection and meditation…. looking back at the past year, what challenges I faced, what I overcame, where I needed support, and gaining a new perspective.

And because winter is also about new beginnings, during this week I look towards the New Year, and meditate on the Soul Questions I have for this new journey:

With what I have learned in the past year, what will I do this year to:

  • honour Mother Earth and Grandmother Moon?
  • enrich and engage my mind?
  • honour my soul and my relationship with Spirit?
  • honour and support my relationships with loved ones?
  • nourish and support my physical body?
  • create sacred space in my home?

Divination at Samhain

Because the threshold between the worlds is so thin at this time, we can communicate more easily with our Ancestors, guides and allies, and with those who have recently passed.

Be mindful of the messages or signs you receive on Samhain, and have gratitude for the communication and support given.

I use my divination skills to aid me in my meditation and journey work even more at this time, such as runes, tarot or oracle cards, tea-leaf reading, pendulum work, journeying and scrying.

Celebrating Samhain with Ritual

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How can you celebrate Samhain today? There are so many ways!

  • Light a candle for your ancestors, and for those who have recently passed
  • In a fireproof container (your smudge shell, a cauldron, a metal pot), burn white sage leaves, to honour the departed, or a rosemary twig, for remembrance
  • Add pictures or mementoes of loved ones who have passed to a home altar or special place in your home
  • Make a prosperity charm for the New Year, and for Halloween. I love these suggestions from Silver RavenWolf.
  • Create a Rowan Cross with rowan (mountain ash) twigs  and berries, tied with red thread for protection and to honour the Ancestors
  • Create a loose incense for your Samhain meditation, altar or bonfire, or for smudging the home.
  • Carve a pumpkin or turnip, to light the spirits’ way back home to their world
  • Hold a “silent supper”, with a place and chair set for those who have transitioned in the last year or for the ancestors. Mark a portion of the dinner time for silent contemplation, perhaps with a bell rung to signify the beginning and the end of that period (it can be as short as 10 minutes)
  • Carve the initials of the recently departed into a candle, and lighting it in their honour
    • Tip: Let the candle extinguish naturally. Any colour may be used, but many people prefer black or white for this ritual.
  • Take a journey with your Ancestors to examine the past year and receive messages and wisdom from your ancestral guides, to help you see through the darkness into light, and to use your inner strength and courage. This is a perfect way to close your Samhain celebrations. Click here for my Ancestral journey ritual.

Samhain Blessings !


sidebar graphics 7If you love working with Mother Earth (known by so many names, such as Gaia, Pachamama, and Danú), following the energies of Seanmháthair Gealach (Grandmother Moon), of the Goddess(es), of Father Sky (Daghda), following the Celtic Wheel of The Year,  creating or learning ancestral crafts, or follow an earth-based spirituality…. or are interested in learning more about this path, you will find great resources – and the opportunity to ask questions, share rituals, and more – in our NEW private Facebook Group, the Wise Woman Bean Gealach Circle.

Join us today as we start the new Celtic year and celebrate Samhain!

Third Quarter Moon: Goddess Empowerment and Stone Ritual Release

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Today Grandmother Moon moves into her Third Quarter at 12:13 PM Pacific Time. For some, this is the time of The Enchantress, and the goddess energies of The Morrigan, Lilith and Kali. In other traditions, it is the time of The Matriarch and the goddess energies of Mab, Demeter, Hera and Yemaya. But the commonality is clear… a time of deep knowledge, confidence, authority, self-empowerment and intuition.

In a nod to both traditions, my Moon Bowl is set for the Third Quarter and flanked by Kali from The School of Gypsy Arts Seeds Of Shakti Oracle Deck and the Brigid’s Grove Woman Runes card The Whole Moon, representing The Matriarch.

The lunar Third Quarter is akin to Autumn in the solar year. You planted new seeds at the New Moon, grew them in the Waxing Moon and saw them bloom at the Full Moon. And now, Grandmother Moon’s light is waning, diminishing, her energy is becoming quieter, more introspective, more Yin, more intuitive. You are now reaping the harvest that you started at the beginning of the cycle and are preparing for the completion of your journey by shedding and releasing what no is longer required…. revealing your true self, and only that which is essential for you.

Consider meditating today on the Soul Question(s):

“What is my true essence?”

“What can I now shed that no longer serves me?”

The Enchantress asks that you now trust your intuition and being comfortable with “not knowing” as you meditate on your questions.

Release Ritual with Stones

Open and close this ritual as you would normally do, such as creating sacred space, calling in the directions, calling in your guides, etc.

Using a stone that you can release to Mother Earth (a found pebble or small stone), meditate on your Soul Questions, on what you would like to release, holding the stone in your receiving hand (for me, that is the left).

Once you have your answer, thank your guides and the goddess.

Now, release the stone to Mama Earth in any way that is easy for you… placing in a window box, or dropping it somewhere close to home on a walk. Use your “giving” or dominant hand to release the stone.

As you do so, say something like:

“I now release with ease that which no longer serves me,
to be cleansed and returned to Mother Earth.
Blessed be!”

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Samhain is coming!

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Samhain is Coming!

Kidding aside (and yes, I am a Game of Thrones fan, for those who recognize Jon Snow!), Samhain IS coming, representing the end of the Celtic year and the beginning of the New Year (the dark half of the year), the new Wheel of the Year… and the time of year when the veils between the worlds are said to be the thinnest.

This and Beltaine (around May 1st) are my favourite times of the year. And if you’re in the Southern Hemisphere, you will soon be celebrating Beltaine, the start of the light half of the year.

Samhain (pronounced sow-en, so-ven or sah-wen) is traditionally celebrated beginning at dusk — the start of the day in Celtic traditions — on October 31st and throughout November 1st. Its meaning is rooted in the Gaelic words for “summer’s end”, and it is the last of the three Celtic harvest festivals (Lughnasadh, Autumn Equinox, and Samhain).

There are four special days in the Wheel of the Year — including Imbolc, Beltaine, and Lughnasadh — that fall on the cross-quarter days, which are defined as the midpoint between a solstice and an equinox. Although many celebrate these on traditional fixed dates, the actual dates may vary somewhat, as do the dates and times of the solstices and equinoxes. For instance, “true” Samhain this year is actually November 7 at 23:42 UTC (15:42 here in Vancouver). You can celebrate on either day… or both!

There are many elements to Samhain celebrations, including honouring the past and our ancestors, honouring The Crone energy of the coming winter, and the deep work of meditating / reviewing our own past year and the lessons learned, which will help us determine how we can move forward in the coming year.

At Samhain, and at the end of Autumn, those who work with Goddess energies often lookcailleach-300dpi-2-copy to Cerridwen, Hecate, and The Cailleach (KAL-y-ach). These goddesses may be known by so many other names too… the Wise Woman, The Crone, The Grandmother and The Hag… the psychopomps that help us move from the summer and autumn into winter, from life to the other worlds… and share their ancient Earth wisdom with us.

In Celtic traditions, The Cailleach is also part of the Triple Goddess (Maiden-Mother-Crone) and transcends any one “power”… she is connected to the Earth itself, in all its aspects…. the waters, the mountains, the animals, the storms, the winter, the cold.  She is immanent, the Divine manifested in the material world.  She is the Ancient Ancestor, the Earth itself.

But there are many ways of celebrating Samhain if the Goddess work does not speak to you. Samhain celebrations and rituals can include:

  • Lighting candle for your ancestors, and for those who have recently passed
  • Adding pictures or mementos of loved ones who have passed to a home altar or special place in your home
  • Taking a journey with your guides to examine the past year and receive messages and wisdom from your ancestral guides, to help you see through the darkness into light, and to use your inner strength and courage
  • Having a “silent supper”, with a place and chair set for those who have transitioned in the last year or for the ancestors. Mark a portion of the dinner time for silent contemplation, perhaps with a bell rung to signify the beginning and the end of that period (it can be as short as 10 minutes)
  • Making a Samhain loose incense for your altar, or for smudging your home
  • Carving the initials of the recently departed into a candle, and lighting it in their honour
    • Tip: Let the candle extinguish naturally. Any colour may be used, but many people prefer black or white for this ritual.

How do YOU celebrate or observe Samhain?

I’ll be sharing some of my favourite practices over the next two weeks until Samhain including a very special ritual for An Cailleach, The Crone. 🎃


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Aries Full Moon and the Mother Goddesses of Summer

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Here in Vancouver, the Full Moon arrives tonight at 9:25 PM Pacific Time and is known to many as the Hunter’s Moon. And like all Full Moons, it will rise shortly after sunset in the East. A  glorious spectacle! It rises in the fire sign of Aries and then moves into Taurus the next morning at 8:04 AM Pacific Time.

In Grandmother Moon’s monthly journey, the Full Moon represents the time of The Mother aspect of the Triple Goddess and the Goddesses of Summer… the fullness and abundance of growth and fertility. Call on the wisdom and energy of Demeter, Freyja, Gaia to support your journey as we embrace the Full Moon yang energy and transition with it to the Waning yin release phase.

In the waxing journey of Seanmháthair Gealach (Grandmother Moon), you focused on your dreams, intentions, and goals, nurturing those precious buds and new beginnings in your Inner Garden. Now they are starting to flower and flourish.

The Full Moon is bright (especially this month’s SuperMoon Hunter’s Moon!) and rises at sunset, so is visible at night much longer than in other lunar phases. Our ancestors celebrated the light of the Full Moon — something we can’t appreciate in the same way with our city lights (oh, to be in the countryside!) — by getting together in communal celebrations, dancing, and the occasional libation. And many farmed by the light of the moon.

Consider how you can celebrate the moonlight and the flowering of your dreams and goals… perhaps a walk… meeting with friends… doing something you enjoy… a full moon ritual. Howl at the Moon if it feels good!

The Full Moon is a good time to step firmly into the light… to look at things clearly and without apology… to stand in YOUR light… and to shine that light onto your inner Cauldron.

The theme at the New Moon was “Courage, my Love”, and that still holds for this Full Moon in Aries. It is a time of action, decisiveness, and fire. No subtlety here! Remind yourself of this emotion throughout the Full Moon period, and any journeying, meditation or ritual work you do.

Remind yourself what it feels like when you embrace your courage … how it feels to be courageous… what happens when you start from a place of courage… what it feels like to BE courage. And as we move to the Waning half of the lunar journey, release whatever blocks you from standing in your Courage, whatever blocks you from being your authentic self or from completing your goals.

RITUALS FOR THE HUNTERS MOON

🌕 If any of your crystals or sacred tools need a gentle cleansing or charging, place them on a windowsill to bask in the moonlight. If you can safely place them outdoors, do so… but don’t forget that many a four-legged creature is foraging for winter at the moment!

🌕 Do a release ritual using the fire element. This can be as simple as writing what you want to release (perhaps that which is blocking you from standing in your courage) on a slip of paper, then safely burn the paper in a cauldron or with a candle in heat-proof dish. (For a more detailed description of this ritual, click here to read our Full Moon Fire Release Ritual)

🌕 Work with your heart chakra… the heart (“coeur” in French) is the seat of your “coeur-age”.

🌕 Journey or meditate on your Inner Cauldron with your guides… a perfect time to ask your Soul Question for this week: What is flourishing?

🌕  If you work with tarot or oracle cards, do a spread for insights into your current situation. I recently recommended the spread created by Bree of Nyms Divination for our recent Fall Equinox Tarot Hop: The Cerridwen Cauldron Spread and Meditation. It is so powerful and perfect for this phase of the moon! Click here to read Bree’s article (and listen to wonderful Cerridwen meditation she created!) and to download the Cerridwen’s Cauldron Tarot Spread.


 

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