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Embracing Healing Vibrations: Full Moon Forgiveness Ceremony

Have you ever done a Full Moon forgiveness ceremony? If you have a comment below your process and if you haven't read the rest on what to do. Forgiving someone can be difficult, but it's also essential for our emotional well-being. It's a beautiful practice you can do on the night of the Full Moon to release any negative emotions or grudges you may be holding onto. Here is a practice I often use to aid in forgiving those who trespass against me.

  • To start, take some deep breaths and clear your mind.

  • Then, write down any habits, thought patterns, or upsets you want to release on paper.

  • Next, think of anyone who has upset you and list their names on the same sheet of paper, along with what they did.

  • Close your eyes and visualize each person. See them inside a pink (or any color you prefer) bubble in your mind's eye. Visualize them smiling at you and create a feeling of love between you. Say silently or aloud: 'I forgive you.' then let them float off in their bubble.

  • Now recite the following Full Moon Forgiveness and Karma Release Formula:

'Under the glorious Full Moon, I forgive everything, everyone, every experience, every memory of the past or present that needs forgiveness. I forgive everyone positively. I also forgive myself for past mistakes. The Universe is love; I am forgiven and governed by love alone. Love is now adjusting to my life. Realizing this, I abide in peace.'

You may also add:

'I bring love and healing to all my thoughts, beliefs, and relationships. I learn my lessons and move on. I call on my soul fragments to be cleansed by the Full Moon and call on them to rejoin me. I send love to myself, everyone I know, and everyone who knows me in all directions. Under this glorious Full Moon, I am healed. My life is healed. And so it is. So be it.'

Finally, burn your forgiveness list in a safe place, such as over a sink, to release the energies into the ether for transmutation into love. I hope this helps!

Additionally, Essential oils can provide emotional support to help you practice forgiveness more easily. These oils can help release emotional tension and guide you toward forgiveness. Here are some essential oil blends that you can use to let go of negative emotions and practice forgiveness. You can use these blends to forgive yourself or others. However, it's important to note that essential oils should not be used as a replacement for medical treatment.

Forgive Them Blend

Sweet Orange Essential Oil is uplifting and helps to lighten the weight of heavy emotional burdens, annoyances, and grievances. Frankincense Essential Oil can help us connect with our spiritual self and see things more clearly. Neroli Essential Oil in this blend is a beautiful essential oil that blends well with sweet orange and frankincense and helps calm and balance emotions and bring peace. Forgiveness is hard when we feel upset, angry, or despairing.



  • Diffusing this blend or using a personal inhaler to inhale the essential oils as a part of your approach to working on forgiveness is a great way to use it.

Soothing Forgiveness Blend

Lavender Essential Oil contains Linalyl Acetate, which has the potential to be calming in times of anger and despair. Frankincense Essential Oil can help us connect with our spiritual self and see things more clearly. Roman chamomile calms emotional upsets and soothes the nerves and nervous conditions like heaf aches and sleep disturbances.

  • 5 drops Lavender

  • 3 drops Frankincense

  • 2 drops Roman Chamomile

  • 2 tbsp Jojoba oil or Sesame seed oil (Sesamum indicium)


  • Mix all essential oils with Jojoba oil/sesame oil

  • Store in a glass bottle for 12-24 hours to synergize before use.

  • Apply a few drops to your wrists and inhale deeply for a sense of calm and release.

Essential oils can be used individually or in blends to create a calming and uplifting atmosphere that supports your process of forgiveness. They can help clear mental fog and promote mental clarity, allowing you to focus on what's truly important and help you to act accordingly.


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