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Full Moon Ceremony

Held each month in the evening (7:00 pm) on the full moon. Full moon dates listed below. In this simple ceremony the Four Directions are honored as is the custom in Native American traditions. Then pieces of paper are passed around and participants have the chance to write down anything they are ready to release from there lives. These papers are burned and then as a group participants walk the labyrinth. Walking the labyrinth is a very ancient tradition that dates back over 3000 years.  After walking the labyrinth participants are then given another piece of paper and seeding statements are written. These statements are about what the participant intends to welcome into their lives in the coming month. The ceremony is ended with a drumming to connect to the heartbeat of mother earth, this brings about a state of oneness with all that is. 

Moon Phases 

New Moon: New beginnings, fresh starts, optimism, hope and faith.
Waxing Moon: Building, accomplishments, creativity, strength, growth and learning, positive transformation.
Full Moon:  Abundance, harvest, wish-fulfillment, manifesting desires, achieving all dreams, protection. 
Waning Moon: Letting go, clearing away, cleansing, releasing, shedding old patterns, undoing bindings, making space.
Dark Moon:  Rest, Peace, deep wisdom, divination, going within, letting things die away completely.


January 6th
February 5th
March 7th
April 6th
May 5th
June 3rd
July 3rd
August 1st
August 30th
September 29th
October 28th
November 27th
December 26th

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