Full Moon Rituals

Nicole de la Hoz

A Full Moon ritual is a series of intentional action taken n the night of the Full Moon to tap into the healing and manifestation potential of the Full Moon energy.



  1. Under the full moon, write what you wish to let go of and burn it to release it to the universe. This can be perspectives, habits, emotional patterns, or limiting beliefs. 
  2. Take a Salt Bath. Relax, soak and allow yourself to release all that no longer serves and to come back into alignment with your true self.
  3. Make Full Moon Water. Be sure to use spring water or purified water so that it’s free of added chemicals and impurities. Take a glass jar with a lid and let it sit under the moon light to soak up the energy of earth along with the light and magic of the Full Moon. This can be sat outside or on your window sill. In the Morning, you can drink it, water your plants with it, or add it to your bath. 




Supplies Needed:
  • Crystals
  • Smudge Stick
  • Matches
  • Flat surface

Cleansing your Crystals prior to charging them in the moonlight is completely optional, since the moonlight itself can cleanse crystals. You can doing this by using a smudge stick.

Light the end of the Smudge stick matches, all the flame to extinguish and use the smoke to cleanse and clear the crystals. 

Arranging your Crystals in the Moonlight

Find a flat surface either inside or outside of your home where they bathe in full moonlight. We often use our windows sill, even a small table outside (weather permitting), or even the dashboard of the car. There is no right or wrong way.

Release what no longer serves You!

The Full Moon is the perfect time to rid yourself of things that no longer serve you. Possibly a toxic relationship, thoughts, feelings, etc. Take a moment to think about what no longer serves you then release it under the Full Moon. 

Be sure to ground yourself and then talk to the moon. Tell her everything you would like to release.

In the Morning, bring your freshly charged crystals in doors and back to their homes. 


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