RITUAL BLESSING HEARTH | Large #4
Ritual is a powerful symbolic act that gives form to your prayers and tangible shape to your intentions. The Ritual Blessing Hearth gives you a sacred place to work with the transformational power of the Fire Element in your spiritual practice.
The Fire Element in Ritual
Fire transforms whatever it touches. Many rituals of protection, family unity, abundance and healing are centered on the hearth. My own Celtic ancestors often included fire in their spiritual practices. But most modern homes no longer have a fireplace.
The Blessing Hearth gives you a symbolic ritual space to call on the power of Sacred Fire. Call on the Element of Fire to release, transform, manifest and heal.
Hestia, Brigid, Vesta, Holda are all Fire Keepers. Call on these Goddesses to guide you and bless you as you work with your Hearth.
When can you use your Blessing Hearth?
Healing. Manifesting. New Moon. New Year. Birthday. House Warming. Space Clearing Ceremony. Prayer gathering. Funeral. Wedding. You could give it as a gift. It can be used in so many ways – whatever you can imagine. In the instructions included, I’ll give you some sample rituals. Once you understand the framework, it will be easy to adapt and create your own.
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For each ritual, you have a few choices to make:
You might want to decorate your Hearth. Use feathers, beads, stones or symbols that reflect the purpose of your fire ceremony. This adds layers of meaning and personal intention.
You must also decide what to do with the ashes after you burn. You might want to leave the ashes inside your Hearth to collect. You might want to give the cold ashes to the earth — putting them in a garden or under a tree as a completion of your ritual. Also decide how and when to clean your Hearth. I empty and wash my Hearth before I use it again for another ritual. Some people might prefer to let the ashes collect. Use your intuition here.
PLEASE NOTE: *Always use extreme caution when using fire. Use the Blessing Hearth outdoors or in a fire safe location.