The Mother of Earth and Wind is a symbol of her August's Sturgeon Full Moon!
In Native American folklore, this moon, also named the corn or wheat moon, represents the beginning of the harvest season and the time to begin preparing for winter! It is symbolic of a transitional time where we have harvested some crops, but remain uncertain about how others will fair.
Her inlet holds a quartz crystal cluster and a greyish lavender amethyst, which mirror this time of year and her wax drippings, in yellow, pink, and lavender, are equal part blooming flower and summer sky. Her Earth essence teaches us to work diligently and consistently to secure resources for the coming winter! And her air essence reminds us to be at peace with the risks we have taken, whether or not they bring fruit. Certainty is not necessary for forward motion! When crops fail, we learn more about the conditions necessary for seeds to thrive!
Stones: Clear Quartz & Amethyst (1.5-2oz)