Beloved Flower Lover,
He came in and asked for pink roses…..he was quite sure about it. We asked him for what purpose. He then said he was opening himself up for love.It occurred to us that he was doing a ritual to help to more deeply awaken his spiritual self and help him to connect with his inner core, other people, nature, and everything in the world. At its core, a ritual helps us acknowledge the important moments in our life and to give these moments meaning.His focus was love and having fun with it too!
So here it is, here’s a full moon and he is focusing his whole energy on feeling loving, being loving towards himself and others on this full moon and we pondered on how he was using the pink roses he got from us.
Known as the Beaver Moon, this full moon is often associated with the Hindu goddess Lakshmi who brings to us love, beauty and wealth.
We pondered and paused.
We also got a message from a woman who sent us a message about this time. When she spoke to us, she began to talk more about what it meant. She suggested that its a time to take a Love Bath an hour or two before the moonrise.
Surround your tub with pink or red candles and some roses.
Add a little rose oil and if you will you can also add a few drops of:
- Ylang Ylang – to balance your male & female energies.
- Sandalwood -great for attracting love.
- Jasmine – said to be a favorite of Cleopatra’s and very seductive.
- Soak in the tub while focusing your attention on your heart and imagining the joy and fulfillment of being in the arms of your soulmate.
Then, go to the most romantic place in nature you can get to – a place that you want to someday take your soulmate to.
Plan to be there just before the moonrise time.
Bring a crystal, charm, or piece of jewelry with you to hold in your hand to charge with these full moon energies. Once charged, you can place this on your altar.
Also bring a blanket or pillow to sit on (ideally pink or red) and bring a favorite celebratory beverage and a champagne flute.
You will need a journal, a container of sea salt and a bell (if you have one).
Find a comfortable place to sit and before you sit, place your blanket or pillow on the ground and then make a wide circle around it with sea salt, then sit down.
Ground yourself by imagining your energies connecting deeply with the earth.
Write in your journal what you are most grateful for about the life you now lead, and what you are grateful for that is soon to come with the arrival of your soulmate. Then close your eyes and say a prayer of gratitude and meditate for awhile.
When you are ready, open your eyes and gaze at the moon, drawing the energy and the light of the moon into your body, mind, spirit and heart.
When you are done, pour your drink and raise a toast to your soulmate and tell him or her (in your heart) that the welcome mat is out.
The London Flower Lover