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Cool Off and Let the Goddess Ganga Guide You into the Autumnal Equinox

As summer winds down and fall approaches, we are reminded that another transitional time is on the horizon.

September is a wonderful month to reflect on all the warmth and cosmic power the summer months brought us. What were you thankful for this summer?

Feeling gratitude with each peaceful leaf that falls from the trees, our bodies and minds begin to sense the need to go inward, rest, and revitalize from all energy we expel during the summertime.

September’s next full moon, which will be on the 6th, is in the water sign of Pisces. We are now working toward the Autumnal Equinox and Harvest moon in the coming weeks. Which is why we felt this next Diosa was perfect to guide you into the grounding and cool harvest time — Ganga.

Ganga is a Hindu goddess, a personification of the sacred Ganges river in the holy land of India. Embodying coolness, cleansing, health, mercy, and purity, it is believed amongst Hindus that one drop of Ganga’s sacred waters could wipe away a lifetime of sins.

According to Hindu mythology, Ganga was a celestial creature that descended from heaven to earth bringing purity and spiritual divinity to the people.

In the spirit of Ganga’s purifying power, we hope this months products will kick start your cleansing and detox ritual. Each product was carefully selected for their purifying properties, making them a great addition to your skincare routine as the season changes and we move into cooler weather.

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What did the past season’s heat bring up for you? Anything you want to let go of?

Honor the water element to bring about some of Ganga’s cleansing powers  over the next few weeks. Put out a jar of fresh water under the next full moons — which will be in Pisces on September 6th, and the one after that which is the Harvest Moon on October 5th — and let it charge with pure lunar energy.

Use this water in your homemade essential oil sprays, or in a ceremonial bath. This is also a great time to re-charge your crystals and clean your altars before we move deeper into the darkness and hibernation season.

May Ganga’s cool water element calm us as we let go and look forward to a new opportunity to karmically cleanse and nourish ourselves physically and mentally.

Blessing + Love,

Team Diosa

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Written by: Dez Ramirez

 

Diosa Box Honors the Queen of May this Mother’s Day

On the eve of May Day, the ancient celebration of Spring across the Northern hemisphere, today seemed like the perfect time to share this with you all.

All things seem possible in May. We are noticing the brighter mornings with melodies being sung from our visiting feathered friends and Mother Nature is bursting with flora.

The evenings are warmer with cool breezes and we still have over a month to breath in spring air while dreaming of summer days to come.

Everything feels healthier, warmer, and more colorful. We are literally growing into a state of abundance!
To celebrate this time of esteem and vivacity we look to the Welsh Goddess of Flowers and Love. Creiddylad (cree-THIL-ahd) is the eternal Queen of May, who is forever constant and always seeking peace and stability.
Photo Source: Spring/Summer 2014 Cameo The Label Lookbook

Creiddylad is a fruitful Celtic fairy promising love, a golden glowing sun-flowing and giving of life sort of love. And she, like the month of May, reminds us of the necessity of self-love and balance, and how endurance through tougher times rewards us with growth and abundance. In nature and in life.

To compliment your liveliness as you venture forth as a Mother Queen of May flowers we have selected a bouquet of floral inspired products, with 100% natural ingredients.

Some have the power of healing through live botanicals. Others linger with hypnotic aromas like jasmine, and rose, with its everlasting magical fountain of youth. Additionally, you can expect the therapeutic properties of lavender to help you calmly conclude your day.

What do you think about this theme this month?  We’d love to hear from you, so let us know what you think and who you’d like to see honored as our next mighty Diosa.

Did you know May’s full moon is also called the “Flower Full Moon” or as some Native American tribes call it, the “Mother Moon”? How beautifully magical  is that? 

Love and Light,
The Diosa Box Team

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