Samhain Sabbat Interactive 2020
Samhain is a festival of the Dead. Meaning "Summer's End". It is a celebration of the end of the harvest and the start of the coldest half of the year. For many practitioners, Samhain also is the beginning of the spiritual new year. It is a time we release the old and commune with our ancestors. TO PARTICIPATE FROM HOME we suggest you take the time to do the following...
- Create your own sacred space where you will not be disturbed. Create an altar working space on your desk or your somewhere in your home. Light a candle and some incense.
- Have an item to place near you that reminds you of a loved you'd like to commune with.
- Before the ritual, contemplate an aspect of your life that has been on your mind over the last season that you are ready to let go of, some care or worry that is not working anymore.
- Take a small slip of paper (about 2 inches by 1/2 inch) and write down your concern you want to be rid of.
- Have a small ashtray or fireproof ceramic bowl or vessel and fire source ready for when the time comes to burn the paper.
- Before the ceremony, don't fill your belly. If you're hungry, eat a snack but remember not to eat a heavy meal.
- If you want and have a robe or magickal attire that will help you shift your consciousness feel free to put it on.
- Relax and have fun!