Full Moon Meditations in November

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Full Moon Meditations in November

Postby Heddwen » 02 Nov 2017, 10:34

Again, we find ourselves in November. It will be full moon in a few days and time to do our full moon meditations for Peace... :candle: :-D :candle:

For those who are new to this, here's how to do it....http://www.druidry.org/events-projects/ ... ng-druidry (click on link)

Also click here to light a virtual candle in this shrine...http://gratefulness.org/light-a-candle/

May there be Peace throughout the whole world. :-D :candle: :-D

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Re: Full Moon Meditations in November

Postby Michael C. Page » 02 Nov 2017, 11:12

:-D

:trilithon: :candle:
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Let him step to the music he hears,
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Re: Full Moon Meditations in November

Postby ZavieBelle » 02 Nov 2017, 23:37

:candle:

I'm looking forward to the other side of this full moon. I'm not certain why. I think with the shift into autumn I'm craving the quiet of the new moon. Are there any druid prayers/rituals associated with the new moon?
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Re: Full Moon Meditations in November

Postby Michael C. Page » 03 Nov 2017, 11:06

:candle:

I'm looking forward to the other side of this full moon. I'm not certain why. I think with the shift into autumn I'm craving the quiet of the new moon. Are there any druid prayers/rituals associated with the new moon?
In the Carmina Gadelica, by A. Carmichael; Lindesfarne Press edition 1992 pages 283 - to 290 is a whole chapter of poem songs and prayers. |-) And if you have other editions, the Hymns and incantations should be numbered the same; #s 303-311. Some of them are very sweet and many of them show a harmony of the blending of the Scottish Pre-Christian and early Christian paths. Goodness only knows how old these are. |-)

My Favorite is 311

"She of my love is the new moon,
The King of all creatures blessing her;
Be mine a good purpose
Towards each creature of creation.

Holy be each thing
Which she illumines;
Kindly be each deed
Which she reveals.

Be her guidance on land
With all beset ones;
Be her guidance on the sea
With all distressed ones.

May the moon of moons
Be coming through thick clouds
On me and every mortal
Who is coming through affiliation.

May the virgin of my love
Be coming through dense dark clouds
To me and to each one
Who is in tribulation.
"

And #312

Hail to thee,
Jewel of the night.

Beauty of the Heavens,
Jewel of the night.

Mother of the stars,
Jewel of the night.

Fosterling of the sun,
Jewel of the night.

Majesty of the stars,
jewel of the night.

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perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer.
Let him step to the music he hears,
however measured or far away."
- Thoreau

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Re: Full Moon Meditations in November

Postby nollaig » 04 Nov 2017, 03:13

See y'alls under the light of the Moon tomorrow night.

Yours under the Jack Pines,
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