Ceremoment: Vocant In Ventos

Calling on the elements is an age-old tradition. You are working with the nature outside and within you. Vocant In Ventos is a formal invitation to the winds. Use this invocation and herbal composition to sanctify your ritual tools and introduce your intention.

The historic, myth-loric, and spiritual significance of the words, herbs, and tools provided are intended to guide you and enchant you.

Light the candle, sip some tea, and take a ceremoment.

Examine your present and take a peek in the past. Call on your higher self and reflect.

+Handmade Spirit Bag
+Herbal Composition (3 ounces comes in a brown jar)
+Sticker to use as an optional label
+Handmade Soy Candle with Herbal Composition
-Herbal Recipe
-References & Correspondences

Dear Seeker,

Please take note of the following details:

* Ceremoments are rituals of reflection driven by intention. Metaphysical transformation is not guaranteed.

* The Deities presented in these enchantments are Archetypes of the reflective purpose. I compose each enchantment based on their lore and symbolic worship. Take them out or exchange them as you see fit. Their stories are told and retold to inspire and teach us. This is your story, look within.

* Herbsanct Origins
The herbs are organic. They are locally sourced in the Pacific Northwest and grown/plucked from my own backyard forest.

* Stitchtelling
I compose and create these herbal recipes, enchantments, and reflections based on life experience, intuition, and countless years of study. It is the role of The Stitchteller to connect our common threads through story. I use words, herbs, thread and wax to do just that. Please feel free to reach out with any questions or to share your story with a custom request.


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