Find your tribe & hold on tight

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The full moon holds a powerful energy that has fascinated cultures and civilizations for centuries. This cosmic phenomenon offers a unique opportunity for introspection, connection, and growth.

Creating a Full Moon Circle provides a sacred space for this connection, and with the guidance of LunaBox's activities and rituals, the experience becomes even more enriching. In this blog post, we'll walk you through the steps of creating a Full Moon Circle while integrating the activities provided by LunaBox.

1. Communication Plan: Start with Clarity

Before you invite others to your Full Moon Circle, establish a clear communication plan. Craft a text or email invitation that explains the purpose and intention of the circle. Share what to expect and how you envision the experience unfolding. Your LunaBox is designed to provide monthly activities, tools, and resources to enhance this experience.

Set a location, date, and time that aligns with the full moon and invite your friends, family, or members of your local community to join you in this ritual.

2. Finding and Setting Up the Space: Embrace the Ambiance

Select a space that resonates with the energy you want to create. Whether indoors or outdoors, ensure the space feels comfortable and welcoming. Dim the lights, gather several pillows and blankets, light candles, and incorporate elements from nature. Create an ambiance that invites participants to unwind and connect with their inner selves.

3. Active Participation: Sharing Through Food

Engage participants by inviting them to contribute. Request that each person brings a food item to share. This simple act fosters a sense of community and unity. Sharing food is not only nourishing for the body but also symbolic of the nourishment of relationships and connections.

4. Guided Meditation and Activity: Embrace the Energy

Lead the group through the guided meditation provided in your box that aligns with the energy of the full moon. You can either read the meditation or play the recording for the group.

Follow it up with an activity that encourages movement or introspection, such as gentle yoga or journaling. There will be an activity in each box that you can simply execute, or feel free to come up with something on your own. These practices help participants attune to the moon's energy and their own intentions.

5. Open and Flexible Format: Meeting Group Needs

Keep the Full Moon Circle format open and flexible to accommodate the group's needs. Be open to adjusting activities based on the energy of the participants. Encourage spontaneity and adaptation to ensure the circle resonates with everyone present.

6. Self-Reflection and Sharing: Fostering Connection

Create space for self-reflection and sharing of thoughts and ideas. After the guided meditation and activity, encourage participants to reflect on their experiences. Invite them to share insights or personal reflections with the group. This vulnerability fosters deeper connections and a sense of unity.

7. Embracing Vulnerability: Nurturing Growth

Set the tone for vulnerability by sharing your own experiences and thoughts openly. Encourage others to do the same. Vulnerability creates a safe space for participants to explore their emotions, challenges, and growth. It's through this openness that true transformation can occur.

Creating your own Full Moon Circle is an opportunity to nurture connection, growth, and transformation. By following these steps and infusing each gathering with intention and compassion, you'll create a space where individuals can attune to the moon's energy, connect with their inner selves, and support each other on their respective journeys. As the moon waxes and wanes, so too will your Full Moon Circle, an ever-evolving source of inspiration and empowerment.

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Don’t forget to order a new box before the next full moon so you can have fresh content to share with your full moon tribe at the next gathering.