I need help.
I very often have horrendous nightmares and every time I have one, I end up having them the whole night. I feel as if someone is standing in the middle of the room watching me when I wake up. I’m too afraid to go back to sleep as of now.
I REALLY NEED a cleansing ritual that does not involve burning anything. THESE ARE THE THINGS I HAVE. If the ritual can use any of this stuff that is preferable but it doesn’t have to.
-regular filtered water from a brita filter
Thank you so much someone help me be able to sleep properly please
The moon is growing stronger in the night sky, and the full moon will soon be upon us. A great way to channel the power of the full moon is to preform a full moon water scrying.
All you need to do this ritual is a dark bowl and some water…and of course the light of the full moon. Th bowl can be a standard size bowl, the darker the color the better. I use a black bowl I purchased years ago at a dollar store. In some situations, if you are by a large body of water, gazing into the lake can serve the same purpose. A journal to record happenings in is another useful tool. Candles and incense are optional; however I prefer to preform this form of scrying within an open circle as a part of a full esbat ritual.
Outside, under the full moon, fill your bowl with water. Position yourself so that you can see the light of the moon reflecting back at you.
Sot back and breathe. Meditate for a moment, focusing on the light of the moon and the energy growing within you. When you feel it is time, gaze into the water and stare at the reflection of the moon.
Take note of anything you see. Keeping a journal near you may be helpful. Notice any ripples, or the direction the water is moving. If you feel a thought pop into your head write that down as well, it very well could be the moon telling you something. Focus, and when you feel there is nothing left to learn from the bowl, the scrying is done. come back to your circle, or just sit back, and relax. Meditate and think about what the moon was telling you.
This form of scrying is a little less obvious than some other forms; however, with practice any ‘patterns or thoughts will begin to come easier. Just focus on the light of the moon to guide your way.
I asked for and received a didgeridoo, an instrument of the Australian aborigine people, for my birthday!. The reason I wanted it one is that I was always struck by the natural “Om” sound it makes. In this way, it resembles the dungchen, the Tibetan horn used by Tibetan and Mongolian Buddhists. I am learning to play it and can already make a respectable tone. I am adding it to my meditation collection of singing bowls and cymbals.
Thanks @iridescentskull for tagging me to list the first 10 songs that come on shuffle! It was a pleasant surprise. I always love doing those things. ;)
1- Wake up, little sparrow - Devendra Banhart 2- Meditation #4 - Temple Sounds
Meditation Bowls 3- Lust for Life - Iggy Pop
4- Avant que l’Ombre - Mylène Farmer
5- Here Comes your Man - Pixies
6- Siamese Twins - The Cure
7- In Taberna - Corvus Corax
8- Doubt - The Cure
9- What a Wonderful World - Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds
10 - The Look - Metronomy
I admit that I’m completely out of it on this account, it’s more the kind of thing I do on my personal blog, so if anyone sees it and feels like doing it, you can consider yourself tagged by me.
Did you meditate yet today? Some like to use sound & brainwave therapy in their meditations. Singing bowls and flutes especially create soothing healing sounds. I personally like to include recordings that have combinations of different tones. 💕