FULL MOON CEREMONY

ONWA shares the teachings of full moon ceremony with our very own Land-based Coordinator. The video describes how to prepare, and ways to conduct your very own ceremony at home. The ceremony can take place up to three days before the full moon, or three days past.

MAY - “Waawaaskone- Giizis” Flower Moon

 

The fifth moon of Creation is Flower Moon, where all plants display their Spirit sides for all the world to see. This life-giving energy is one of the most powerful healing medicines on Mother Earth. During this time, we are encouraged to explore our Spiritual essences. This Moon is also known as Sucker Moon, Frog Moon, Budding Moon, Corn Moon, Milk Moon, as well as many others.

 

As the trees, plants and flowers begin to bloom, let it be a reminder to allow your spirit to bloom, even during such times as these. As we honour this Moon in Ceremony, now is a time of purification.

 

Use this time to journal, discover and explore your spirituality. During this Moon Ceremony explore how you connect.

  • What helped feed and cleanse your spirit?

  • What songs did you sing during your ceremony?

  • Why did you choose those songs?

  • How did you feel before your ceremony? How did you feel after?

  • What is your sunshine or rain during this time of crisis that is helping you to grow and bloom through COVID-19?

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