The Sturgeon Moon is a powerful time for metaphysical ceremonies, as its energy is conducive to introspection, gratitude, and abundance. Here is a simple metaphysical ceremony you can do to celebrate the full Sturgeon Moon:
Gather your materials. You will need:
- A comfortable place to sit outside or by a window where you can see the moon.
- A candle or fire pit.
- Some crystals or other objects that have special meaning to you.
- A journal or piece of paper and a pen.
Start by grounding yourself. Take some deep breaths and focus on your breath. As you breathe in, imagine that you are drawing energy from the earth, and as you breathe out, imagine that you are releasing any tension or stress.
Meditate on the moon. Look up at the moon and allow yourself to be filled with its energy. Think about the symbolism of the Sturgeon Moon, such as abundance, gratitude, and introspection.
Set your intentions. What do you want to manifest in your life? What are you grateful for? What do you need to let go of? Write down your intentions or gratitudes in your journal.
Do some healing work. If there are any areas of your life that you need healing in, this is a good time to do some work on them. You can use crystals, meditation, or other healing modalities.
Close the ceremony. Thank the moon for its energy and guidance. Blow out the candle or fire pit.
This is just a simple example of a metaphysical ceremony you can do to celebrate the full Sturgeon Moon. There are many other ways to celebrate this special time, so find what works best for you.
Here are some additional ideas for metaphysical ceremonies you can do on the full Sturgeon Moon:
- A harvest ceremony. This is a great time to celebrate the abundance of the harvest season. You can do this by gathering fruits, vegetables, or other foods from your garden or local farmers market. You can also create a harvest altar with these items.
- A gratitude ceremony. Take some time to reflect on all the things you are grateful for in your life. You can write down your gratitudes in a journal or simply say them out loud.
- A shadow work ceremony. This is a time to explore your shadow side and any areas of your life that you need to heal. You can do this by journaling, meditating, or working with a therapist or counselor.
No matter how you choose to celebrate the full Sturgeon Moon, make sure to take some time to connect with the natural world and the divine. This is a powerful time for introspection, gratitude, and abundance.