Women Of The Wise - Rituals to Rise (Week 4)

Women of The Wise - Rituals to Rise Week 4.

What is our Sacred Sangha?

It is a circle where we will grow, learn and be raw and real together.

UNITE: Come or Bring Together for a common purpose to form a whole.

Agreeing to maintain full confidentiality, we create a space where we can attend in privacy and caring and collectively openly discuss our thoughts within the circle. We will all contribute positively and keep each other supported together integrating empathy and compassion and building our self-confidence, creating an alchemy in our Sangha.

Welcome Ladies,

I thank you for your time and space you hold in the unity of this Sacred Sangha


Breathe in and close your eyes. One hand on your heart, One hand on your belly.

Inhale - "I am the peace that I seek"
Exhale - "I release what no longer serves me"

"I am truly and wildly abundant in all areas in my life!"


"I am willing"
"I am evolving"
"I am growing"
"I am worthy"
"The universe is helping me achieve all that I desire, I trust the process"

Prayer of Women Of The Wise:

"I bring honor to my radiant heart"
"Courage to my deep questions"
"Respect to my true nature"
"Compassion to the collective"
"Let my spirit be energized every step I take towards my soul's purpose"
"I thank you for all the gifts unfolding in this wisdom and beauty"

Let us discuss the power of Water!

 The Water element is the most powerful of all earth elements (earth, water, metal, air, and fire). Water can move around any obstacle in its path, it has the ability to purify, heal, and transform. The energy of water in it's form as rain, rivers, oceans, and mist can calm the soul.

 Water makes up 80% of our bodies mass. It regulates body temperature, moistens tissues in the eyes, nose and mouth protecting the body’s organs and tissues to cells. Water in the body lubricates your joints, hydrates the brain, flushes out waste products and dissolves minerals and nutrients to allow absorption into the body.

 Water is the Key!!!

 Let us ask ourselves:

How much water are we drinking every day?
What is the source of the water we drink?
;The source of your water is just as important as the quantity we drink.

Finding a local high-quality spring is the best source this water. Natural spring water is rich in magnesium, potassium, calcium, sodium and other trace minerals. It is also more alkaline to the body.

"Find a Spring - Why Spring Water"

Copper Vessels are also an effortless way to create a natural purification process from tap water. These are large copper molded jugs, by storing tap water in here it will detoxify the water through a natural purification process. It can kill all the microorganisms, algae, fungi, bacteria, and molds in water that can be harmful to the body, making it perfectly fit for drinking.




A very interesting read on water and the magnificent properties it holds

"Hidden Messages in Water" by Masaru Emoto

It discusses the molecules of water and how it affects our thoughts, words, and feelings.

 Journal Prompt:

How can I create more fluidity and more "Ebb and Flow" in my life?

How might you emulate water in your life?

  • Ease
  • Flow
  • Allowing
  • Gentle
  • Patience
  • Persistence

Finally, here is a beautiful guided meditation from Renee Leeuw.

"Water Meditation"


Breathe in and close your eyes. One hand on your heart, One hand on your belly.


"I am willing"

"I am evolving"
"I am growing"
"I am worthy"
"The universe is helping me achieve all that I desire, I trust the process"

Much Love, Crystal :)

"I choose to make the rest of my life, the best of my life" -Louise Hay