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Vesak Moon ~ Super Flower Blood Moon

May full Moon is universally celebrated by Buddhists in remembrance of Buddha’s enlightenment. This holy night invites us to widen into those openings that bring us a greater sense of expansion and peace. Celebrating Vesak also means making special efforts to bring happiness to the unfortunate and also a time for great joy.Buddha advised everyone not to cry over the disintegration of the physical body but to regard his teachings (The Dharma / Universe) as their teacher from then on. Only the truth of the Dharma is eternal, and not subject to the law of change. Tonight (May 26th, 2021) the Sun, Earth, and Moon align creating a total lunar eclipse and the Moon reaches the closest point to Earth...

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World Meditation Day is a call to the world to take time and part in this ancient practice.Here at Fenix, we believe that rituals and meditation play an essential part in mental health, personal well-being and development. We love what we do and for us incense goes far beyond aroma. It is a powerful medium that helps us alter our state of mind and the space around us for the better... when made with love, good intentions and selected raw materials. Meditation is vital as a way of easing stress and reducing anxiety levels. It encourages us to be present and to live in the moment, reducing distractions and helping us to remain focused when we need to be and...

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"Sacred sounds pour forth blessings and open a path throughout nature straight to the Divine" Thoth Hathor, is the goddess of music and transformation in ancient Egypt.She is also known as the goddess of motherhood, joy and love. From the earliest times, she was always associated with women's health in body and mind. Also associated with Aphrodite by the Greeks and with Venus by the Romans. The sistrum is her musical instrument which she used to drive evil from the land and inspire goodness.Referred as "the great one of many names", she had many titles which made her very important in every sphere of ancient Egyptian life from birth until death. One of the most worshiped goddesses in ancient Egypt (by both men...

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Today we honour the virtues, wisdom, grace and faith. The women who change the game, influence their worlds and succeed in many spheres of life. As God may say a man with a womb ~ wombman ~ woman. Where we once dwelled connected to our roots... the conceiver, nurturer and giver of life. Mother Nature! Goddesses that deserve to be honoured exactly as they are. Today we honour you, women. The celebration of the International Women's Day has its roots in socialism. The United Nation began celebrating the day in 1977 and it is the focal point in the movement for women’s rights, expanding every year throughout the planet. It should also be noted that while spring time is intrinsically...

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For us the answer is both and in order to understand Celtic spirituality, we must understand Brigid as both goddess and saint. But let's start with Imbolc.Imbolc is a festival in pre-Christian Gaelic Ireland celebrated on 1 February marking the transition from one season to the next, in this case the beginning of spring (the fertile season). It's strongly associated with the Irish goddess Brigid or Brigit and also the lactation of ewes*. Subsequently this pagan festival was taken over by the Christian church, as feast day of St. Brigid. Like most days in the Christian calendar, St. Brigid's day also has its roots based on an ancient tradition, festival or ritual. Imbolc's name comes from the Old Irish i...

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