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Healing Ceremony - Fire

Haoma in Healing Ceremony – An Ahrimanic perspective

In Zoroastrianism haoma (The Sanskrit root su or bu meaning to ‘squeeze’ or ‘pound’1) is the name given to the yellow plant, from which a juice was extracted and consumed in the Yasna ceremony. 878 more words


fire rituals

We both have been both called by and worked with the spirits of fire already before our paths crossed and have since continued engaging with the spirits (in Finnish mythology: tulen väki) together. 104 more words

Let It Go in the Fire Ritual

Can getting rid of anger and resentments be as simple as burning a letter? During the writing, yoga, and music retreat in the Swiss Alps, we had an opportunity to try. 314 more words

Debra Moffitt

Poetic insights into Shrimad Bhagawad Gita - 5

(5) Spiritual life


Fire ritual, penance, charity

Spiritual life’s holy trinity

Fire ritual in modern times

Means performing duty righteous

Without expecting fruit for self… 122 more words


Poetic Insight into Shrimad Bhagawad Geeta - 3

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Creation a game god created

We are characters animated

Genetic makeup – “gunas” three

We act like robots unfree

Mind is free to wish and fear… 138 more words


Imbolc Blessings

Today we celebrate Imbolc and the Celtic goddess Brigid, goddess of fertility, creativity, the forge (blacksmiths and smithing), light, and livestock.

Imbolc is the first of the Celtic 🌿spring festivals and one of the four 🔥fire festivals in the Celtic Wheel of the Year. 135 more words


Rituals Without Rules

In 2005, we accidentally started a tradition: we set our Christmas tree on fire.

My mom and son had built a Handy Man fire pit. 524 more words