Day Four Adventure: Perform a Burning Ceremony- let that shit go! When we release what's causing us dis-ease the world opens its doors to us.
Today we perform a Burning Ceremony. This ceremony is a symbolic gesture to release the past, negativity, pain, old resentments, hurts, grudges, suffering and regrets. Allowing us to focus on finding our Wild.This powerful Ceremony is typically done on New Years Eve, but I prefer performing it during the full moon as that’s the time I am ready to let go. Step into the glow of the flames and let the healing begin. #moonchild.
What you will need. Sage Paper Pen Matches Meaningful objects to add to your fire pit. The courage to let go and invite change.
Pick your favorite peaceful outdoor space. Lite your sage and cleanse the area for several minutes. You can create a small fire pit or perhaps use a large unburnable container. Adorn your fire pit with your sacred items, creating a beautiful place for feelings, intentions and any negativity to leave you in a gentle way. Take time to approach your ceremony from a place of love and kindness. With a clear heart and good intentions write down your feelings, write down what you need to release. Take a seat and feel completely grounded and connected with the earth's energy. Breath! Now it’s time to burn your piece of paper, as you place it in the paper in the unburnable container or fire pit, please rub your hands together to create a bit of heat, then place your hands over your eyes. Silently repeat, I release you! Stay with this knowing for 10 minutes. WalkAbout Wild journal prompt: Do you feel a sense of freedom? A brighter future? Do you feel a physical and spiritual lightness?
Pose of the Day: Savasana! Is the ultimate opportunity to tune in to the silence and stillness and release whatever is holding you back. Benefits of this pose it calms the mind and reduces stress. Savasana aligns all seven Chakras.
How to Savasana: Begin on your back. Lengthen legs and tail bone. Allow your feet to fall naturally out to the side. Stretch through the arms, shoulders slightly rotated outward and place your arms 6 inches away from the body- palms up. Settle into sweetness.
“How strange that the nature of life is change, yet the nature of human beings is to resist change." Elizabeth Lesser