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Lunar Eclipse Magick

So I missed the total lunar eclipse because of work, but I knew there was powerful energy going on anyway so I set up a circle outside with rocks and small candles and used it to conduct a ritual, acknowledging the power of the full moon and the power of the Sun and Earth and Moon’s alignment. I acknowledged the cyclical power of the moon and the huge changes that a total lunar eclipse often foretells, and set about letting go of negative energies, bad memories and experiences that I had been holding onto and that were holding me back. I then invoked positive, prosperous, powerful energy not only upon myself, but upon my entire home and those within, and blessed my crystals with this energy, including the four obsidian I have placed in the corners of the property already for protection. 

Things that surprised me about this ritual were the power of the eclipse and the full moons energy that I harnessed in the form of positive powerful energy. It was so strong it really surprised me; I could feel the vibrations of it pulse through my very being, but ESPECIALLY my Navel Chakra. Up until now its definitely not a spot on my body I would even have referred to as such; I’ve only done a very small amount of reading on the chakras, but I’ve started researching them a little more even as I write this because it seems to be the Chakra that the very energy I was invoking and attempting to release from myself is mostly strongly correlating to. I FEEL that that is what was most strongly activated by these powerful vibes. 

The other thing that surprised me was how utterly spent I feel now the ritual is complete. My entire core is still kind of numb; potentially a sign the ritual was successful? Although it was a bit mild outside tonight. I did not expect that meditation alone would use so much energy; its almost as though all the negative energy has been sucked out of me and my body is still readjusting to it. 

I’m interested to see what kinds of dreams I have now that this is over. And how it affects me in the coming weeks. I think the best thing to come out of it though is that I feel relaxed and centred, and most importantly, SAFE. 

I’m definitely going to sleep easy tonight. 

Goodnight All 


15 Apr - 4 notes - reblog


Sombrero Galaxy M104
Credit: X-ray: NASA/UMass/Q.D.Wang et al.; Optical: NASA/STScI/AURA/Hubble Heritage; Infrared: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. AZ/R.Kennicutt/SINGS Team
The Sombrero, also known as M104, is one of the largest galaxies in the nearby Virgo cluster, about 28 million light years from Earth. This Great Observatories view of the famous Sombrero galaxy was made using NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory, Hubble Space Telescope and Spitzer Space Telescope.