The moon is one of the most powerful celestial bodies present in our lives and one of the most essential tools one can have on their spiritual journey. Today, January 17, is the first full moon of 2022, and we want to teach you how to utilize this amazing natural tool to make moon water!
What is moon water?
Moon water is nothing more than water you fill with intentions and charge using the energy of the moon. But the simplicity of it doesn’t mean it can’t be extremely helpful in your healing/spiritual journey!
Moon water is not something that cannot be bought at a store as it has to be personal to you, but it’s also not complicated to make, so let’s get started!
How to make moon water
- Get a clean glass jar or bottle and fill it with water.
- Place it on your window or outside under direct moonlight. (If you can’t see the moon, don’t worry, it is still there and will do its job!)
- Set your intentions on the water
- Leave it overnight!
- Seal it in the morning to be used later.
You can also leave crystals around your bottle/jar or even in the water for added properties. Just remember that if you are submerging the crystals, make sure they are water-safe!
It’s also important to note that the phases of the moon play a big part in how your moon water will assist you, so it’s always a good idea to research each phase’s properties before starting. The full moon tends to be one of the most powerful periods, where the energy of the moon is at its fullest, so you can never go wrong with that.
How to use moon water
You can use moon water in a variety of ways, but a good way to think of it is using it for anything you could use regular water for. Here are some ways:
- Drink it
- Use it in rituals
- Cleanse your crystals with it
- Add it to a bath
- Water your plants
If you are making moon water to use it on a specific ritual or to cleanse specific crystals, just make sure you set the right intentions that will correspond to those.
I hope you now feel confident to make your own moon water and use it to enhance your spiritual journey!
By Larissa Aguiar
Feature photo by Sanni Sahil on Unsplash