Healing, Cleansing Ceremony
Before the ceremony, the women do a half wash and change their party clothes. They gather in the hall. The party woman (the woman for whom the ceremony is performed) stays somewhere with the Escort Woman and they arrive at the place when the group is instructed and tuned in, a sign with text, for example.
Foreword to the group
“Sisters, welcome to the Women’s Ceremony. The purpose of this ceremony is to support the Jubilee on the path of her spiritual femininity. A regular force circle is formed, inside which it is good for the Celebrate to come. I would ask the Elemental Women to sit in a circle here on the left near the party. The Woman of the Jeweler could come here in front of the banquet seat. Towards the end of the ceremony, the Celebrate hands over the things she wants to let go of. This ritual takes place by giving away flowers for water purification. I would suggest that after every flower he puts in the water, you repeat the words he said. This strengthens the cleansing and at the same time you also have the opportunity to let go. If you don’t want to say it out loud, then you can also silently repeat in your mind the words of renunciation uttered by Laura. Use the power of the woman's word. "
(Practice a couple of times how word validation goes).
"The celebrant will receive a jewel in the ceremony. There are healing stones in the jewelery. Today 19 women will participate in the Women's Ceremony. There are 19 women's stones in the jewel. Red carnelian crystals. "
Let's sing Baba Nam Kevalam Kirirtan. During it, everyone takes turns blessing the jewelry, holding it in their hands. After the jewelry is twisted around, the Escort Woman will take you to the Party Room and the party chair. The speed subsides.
The partywoman is seated in a party chair. The Wreath-Woman lovingly lays a wreath on the Feast of the Celebration, saying, for example, “ Welcome Dear Sister ” and gives a hug.
of the Elements Each Element woman in turn steps in front of the Celebration.
The woman of fire cleanses the plow with a candle and says, “ May this fire bless you and cleanse your heart and mind, filling you with new energy! "The water-woman washes the Celebration's feet with warm water and dries them with a towel and says,
" May this water bless you, purify every cell of yours. May it refresh you, flowing from the eternal sources of inner renewal. “The earth woman lubricates the Feast of the Celebration with oil and says, “ May the earth bless you. May it be a path under your feet, a support on your journey, filtering the abundance of life. “
The Air Woman throws rose petals on top of the Celebration and says, “ May the gently blowing winds bless you, bringing a sweet scent of a new beginning, helping to let go of the past. “ Let’s sing All My Tears together.
Giving up the Colors of the Mind
Kukkais-Nainen brings as many flowers to the Celebration Tray as there are things that the Celebration has decided to give up. Kukkais-Nainen says: "Now give what you want to give up to the water to be purified and taken to the stream."
The party woman takes a flower from the tray and says the Waiver Words: “I give up” . The group repeats around: “Give up…”. After the group repeats the words of the Celebration, he lays the flower in the water bowl at his feet. After this, Juhlatar takes a new flower from the Flower Woman's tray and repeats the previous steps again. For each flower, the pattern is repeated until she has given away all the flowers on the Flower Woman's tray. The party girl has thought in advance at home how many flowers she wants to give away. As the last flower moves into the bowl of water, the Song of Abandonment is sung:
I kneel before the sun, O Guru with my heart, away I give away everything that was mine. I kneel before the sun, O guru of the lotus, away I give everything I thought is mine.
End of the Ceremony
Following the end of the song, during which go hand in hand in a big circle and sing Juhlattarelle all women in a circle singing I am a Woman.
If desired, this can add even between the Goddess dance. (Peace Dances). This will make the end of the ritual a little happier and more riotous. Finally, we sing and dance the kirtan and meditate.
A common practice in rituals is for the ritual to end in silence. People retire in silence to rest.
In a more free-form ritual, for example, a walk on a nearby river or lake can be done, where participants in the ritual can let go of the colors of their mind in the form of flowers to be taken to the river. Those interested in photography will also have the opportunity to take pictures of people in formal wear. From my own experience, I recommend that the ritual end with evening meditation and silence.