RITUALS 

& affirmations for everyone

RITUAL REMINDERS

Where there is love, there is no room for fear.

Rituals are important to our wellbeing because they enhance the human experience. Rituals allow us to be still and become present. They allow us to express our creativity and become more centered. They help us to process emotions and to elevate our vibe. 

Make it personal. Whether you choose to pray, meditate, light candles, pull cards, journal, or dance under the moon, there is no wrong way. There is only your way, so explore it. 

 

Remember you can make them as short and simple or as lengthy and elaborate as you'd like. This is your sacred time to connect, reflect, celebrate, be present, and come back home to your highest self. 

These rituals are here as a guide. Use the aspects you love, leave the ones you don't. Just show up.

 

And don't ever forget you are worthy, loved, held, and whole.

MORNING RITUAL

I welcome something wonderful. 

While preparing your morning beverage, speak the above affirmation while stirring your cup.

Feel this affirmation (or any intention you choose) deep in your body. Imagine you are literally sipping the words and can feel the invitation become ignited into the universe as the warmth of your coffee or tea runs through your body. 

Set the tone by doing something that makes you feel awesome as you get ready for your day. You could start it with movement like a workout or dancing while getting dressed to your favorite playlist. Or cooking a nourishing breakfast or crafting a smoothie precise to your liking. Some may find that this time better suits for writing or reading. 

 

Whatever you want to be a part of your ritual that elevates your vibe and gets you ready to kick it in gear, do that! Honor that every day. Show up for yourself so that you can spread your love and wisdom to others. 

And be on the look out for that wonderful something.

BEDTIME RITUAL

I am grateful.

Before getting ready for bed, gently move your body. Just a few moments of gentle yoga can help you to release anything you do not want to carry into bed with you.

This can be stress, anger, negativity, or just the pressures and weight of the day.

Then get into bed and start a gratitude journal. Write down a few things you are truly grateful for. This allows the last thoughts you have of the day to be lighter ones and will help ease you into a more serene and restful sleep. 

Herbs and Spices

HAIR RITUAL

I will shower myself in love.

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame) if there is anything standing in the way of you being your happiest, healthiest self? What single small step could you take tomorrow to reach a bit closer to this self? What ways can you show yourself some grace too?

 

Remember this time is about deep nourishment and love so just observe what comes up for you and be gentle with what you discover and only speak kindly to yourself. 

FALL EQUINOX RITUAL

Autumn shows us how beautiful it is to change and let things go. 

Just like the Earth, our bodies are nature. We forget this sometimes but thankfully we can get back to our roots by practicing a simple grounding ritual. 

Find your favorite outdoor spot, maybe by a beautiful tree and stand barefoot beside it. Become present and enjoy this moment by taking notice of your surroundings.

How the air feels. The unique marks on the bark. How incredibly supported you are by the Earth. 

See if you are able to let go of something, even if it's just a tiny bit. Nothing in life is permanent and when we remember this, we realize again how precious our time and life is. It opens space for a bit of perception and  a value check. Often times when we hold on with all our might we tire quickly from the agony of allowing it to weigh us down and for what? Holding on when it's time to let go is not self honoring. 

Just as the leaves turn colors and fall, it is natural for us to honor this season in our lives, make a change (no matter how small), and let go of what no longer serves us. 

After releasing, show gratitude for yourself and your grounding space in your own special way. 

You could also bring the outdoors in by decorating your sacred space or a windowsill with your favorite autumn elements to connect to nature for your grounding ritual. 

Fall Foliage
Homemade Natural Soap

BATH RITUAL

I will bask in my glory. 

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame) if there is anything standing in the way of you being your happiest, healthiest self? What single small step could you take tomorrow to reach a bit closer to this self? What ways can you show yourself some grace too?

 

Remember this time is about deep nourishment and love so just observe what comes up for you and be gentle with what you discover and only speak kindly to yourself. 

ABUNDANCE RITUAL

I am grateful for the abundance that surrounds me. 

Abundance is a frequency. Tap into the high vibration of abundance by recognizing and showing gratitude for all that you currently have. Just tune in and notice for a moment the fact that things have unfolded perfectly for you. 

Blowing Confetti
Meditation

MEDITATION RITUAL

I will shower myself in love.

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame) if there is anything standing in the way of you being your happiest, healthiest self? What single small step could you take tomorrow to reach a bit closer to this self? What ways can you show yourself some grace too?

 

Remember this time is about deep nourishment and love so just observe what comes up for you and be gentle with what you discover and only speak kindly to yourself. 

FORGIVENESS RITUAL

Autumn shows us how beautiful it is to change and let things go. 

Just like the Earth, our bodies are nature. We forget this sometimes but thankfully we can get back to our roots by practicing a simple grounding ritual. 

Find your favorite outdoor spot, maybe by a beautiful tree and stand barefoot beside it. Become present and enjoy this moment by taking notice of your surroundings.

How the air feels. The unique marks on the bark. How incredibly supported you are by the Earth. 

See if you are able to let go of something, even if it's just a tiny bit. Nothing in life is permanent and when we remember this, we realize again how precious our time and life is. It opens space for a bit of perception and  a value check. Often times when we hold on with all our might we tire quickly from the agony of allowing it to weigh us down and for what? Holding on when it's time to let go is not self honoring. 

Just as the leaves turn colors and fall, it is natural for us to honor this season in our lives, make a change (no matter how small), and let go of what no longer serves us. 

After releasing, show gratitude for yourself and your grounding space in your own special way. 

You could also bring the outdoors in by decorating your sacred space or a windowsill with your favorite autumn elements to connect to nature for your grounding ritual. 

Women Holding Hands
Hearts

ABUNDANCE RITUAL

I am genuinely grateful for all I have.

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame) if there is anything standing in the way of you being your happiest, healthiest self? What single small step could you take tomorrow to reach a bit closer to this self? What ways can you show yourself some grace too?

 

Remember this time is about deep nourishment and love so just observe what comes up for you and be gentle with what you discover and only speak kindly to yourself. 

ALIGNING RITUAL

I remember my purpose and highest good.

Just like the Earth, our bodies are nature. We forget this sometimes but thankfully we can get back to our roots by practicing a simple grounding ritual. 

Find your favorite outdoor spot, maybe by a beautiful tree and stand barefoot beside it. Become present and enjoy this moment by taking notice of your surroundings.

How the air feels. The unique marks on the bark. How incredibly supported you are by the Earth. 

See if you are able to let go of something, even if it's just a tiny bit. Nothing in life is permanent and when we remember this, we realize again how precious our time and life is. It opens space for a bit of perception and  a value check. Often times when we hold on with all our might we tire quickly from the agony of allowing it to weigh us down and for what? Holding on when it's time to let go is not self honoring. 

Just as the leaves turn colors and fall, it is natural for us to honor this season in our lives, make a change (no matter how small), and let go of what no longer serves us. 

After releasing, show gratitude for yourself and your grounding space in your own special way. 

You could also bring the outdoors in by decorating your sacred space or a windowsill with your favorite autumn elements to connect to nature for your grounding ritual. 

Wellness Coach
Enjoying Outdoor

AWAKENING RITUAL

I am expanding always. 

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame) if there is anything standing in the way of you being your happiest, healthiest self? What single small step could you take tomorrow to reach a bit closer to this self? What ways can you show yourself some grace too?

 

Remember this time is about deep nourishment and love so just observe what comes up for you and be gentle with what you discover and only speak kindly to yourself. 

BALANCING RITUAL

I recognize the disruption and I give that space peace.

Just like the Earth, our bodies are nature. We forget this sometimes but thankfully we can get back to our roots by practicing a simple grounding ritual. 

Find your favorite outdoor spot, maybe by a beautiful tree and stand barefoot beside it. Become present and enjoy this moment by taking notice of your surroundings.

How the air feels. The unique marks on the bark. How incredibly supported you are by the Earth. 

See if you are able to let go of something, even if it's just a tiny bit. Nothing in life is permanent and when we remember this, we realize again how precious our time and life is. It opens space for a bit of perception and  a value check. Often times when we hold on with all our might we tire quickly from the agony of allowing it to weigh us down and for what? Holding on when it's time to let go is not self honoring. 

Just as the leaves turn colors and fall, it is natural for us to honor this season in our lives, make a change (no matter how small), and let go of what no longer serves us. 

After releasing, show gratitude for yourself and your grounding space in your own special way. 

You could also bring the outdoors in by decorating your sacred space or a windowsill with your favorite autumn elements to connect to nature for your grounding ritual. 

Balancing Rocks
Present Surprise

BIRTHDAY RITUAL

I celebrate my life, my gits, my purpose, and my journey.

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame) if there is anything standing in the way of you being your happiest, healthiest self? What single small step could you take tomorrow to reach a bit closer to this self? What ways can you show yourself some grace too?

 

Remember this time is about deep nourishment and love so just observe what comes up for you and be gentle with what you discover and only speak kindly to yourself. 

CENTERING RITUAL

I allow myself the time that I need.

Just like the Earth, our bodies are nature. We forget this sometimes but thankfully we can get back to our roots by practicing a simple grounding ritual. 

Find your favorite outdoor spot, maybe by a beautiful tree and stand barefoot beside it. Become present and enjoy this moment by taking notice of your surroundings.

How the air feels. The unique marks on the bark. How incredibly supported you are by the Earth. 

See if you are able to let go of something, even if it's just a tiny bit. Nothing in life is permanent and when we remember this, we realize again how precious our time and life is. It opens space for a bit of perception and  a value check. Often times when we hold on with all our might we tire quickly from the agony of allowing it to weigh us down and for what? Holding on when it's time to let go is not self honoring. 

Just as the leaves turn colors and fall, it is natural for us to honor this season in our lives, make a change (no matter how small), and let go of what no longer serves us. 

After releasing, show gratitude for yourself and your grounding space in your own special way. 

You could also bring the outdoors in by decorating your sacred space or a windowsill with your favorite autumn elements to connect to nature for your grounding ritual. 

Spilling Sand
Crystal Ball

CLARITY RITUAL

I am brilliant and trust my inner knowing.

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame) if there is anything standing in the way of you being your happiest, healthiest self? What single small step could you take tomorrow to reach a bit closer to this self? What ways can you show yourself some grace too?

 

Remember this time is about deep nourishment and love so just observe what comes up for you and be gentle with what you discover and only speak kindly to yourself. 

COMPLETION RITUAL

I am thankful for this growth. 

Just like the Earth, our bodies are nature. We forget this sometimes but thankfully we can get back to our roots by practicing a simple grounding ritual. 

Find your favorite outdoor spot, maybe by a beautiful tree and stand barefoot beside it. Become present and enjoy this moment by taking notice of your surroundings.

How the air feels. The unique marks on the bark. How incredibly supported you are by the Earth. 

See if you are able to let go of something, even if it's just a tiny bit. Nothing in life is permanent and when we remember this, we realize again how precious our time and life is. It opens space for a bit of perception and  a value check. Often times when we hold on with all our might we tire quickly from the agony of allowing it to weigh us down and for what? Holding on when it's time to let go is not self honoring. 

Just as the leaves turn colors and fall, it is natural for us to honor this season in our lives, make a change (no matter how small), and let go of what no longer serves us. 

After releasing, show gratitude for yourself and your grounding space in your own special way. 

You could also bring the outdoors in by decorating your sacred space or a windowsill with your favorite autumn elements to connect to nature for your grounding ritual. 

Mustard Flowers
Fashion in Pink

CONFIDENCE RITUAL

I am not afraid nor ashamed of shining my light brightly.

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame) if there is anything standing in the way of you being your happiest, healthiest self? What single small step could you take tomorrow to reach a bit closer to this self? What ways can you show yourself some grace too?

 

Remember this time is about deep nourishment and love so just observe what comes up for you and be gentle with what you discover and only speak kindly to yourself. 

COSMIC RITUAL

I am a limitless being.

Just like the Earth, our bodies are nature. We forget this sometimes but thankfully we can get back to our roots by practicing a simple grounding ritual. 

Find your favorite outdoor spot, maybe by a beautiful tree and stand barefoot beside it. Become present and enjoy this moment by taking notice of your surroundings.

How the air feels. The unique marks on the bark. How incredibly supported you are by the Earth. 

See if you are able to let go of something, even if it's just a tiny bit. Nothing in life is permanent and when we remember this, we realize again how precious our time and life is. It opens space for a bit of perception and  a value check. Often times when we hold on with all our might we tire quickly from the agony of allowing it to weigh us down and for what? Holding on when it's time to let go is not self honoring. 

Just as the leaves turn colors and fall, it is natural for us to honor this season in our lives, make a change (no matter how small), and let go of what no longer serves us. 

After releasing, show gratitude for yourself and your grounding space in your own special way. 

You could also bring the outdoors in by decorating your sacred space or a windowsill with your favorite autumn elements to connect to nature for your grounding ritual. 

Galaxy
Stone Mortar and Pestle

DETOX RITUAL

I release all forms of toxicity.

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame) if there is anything standing in the way of you being your happiest, healthiest self? What single small step could you take tomorrow to reach a bit closer to this self? What ways can you show yourself some grace too?

 

Remember this time is about deep nourishment and love so just observe what comes up for you and be gentle with what you discover and only speak kindly to yourself. 

DREAM RITUAL

I have purpose in my passions and desires. 

Just like the Earth, our bodies are nature. We forget this sometimes but thankfully we can get back to our roots by practicing a simple grounding ritual. 

Find your favorite outdoor spot, maybe by a beautiful tree and stand barefoot beside it. Become present and enjoy this moment by taking notice of your surroundings.

How the air feels. The unique marks on the bark. How incredibly supported you are by the Earth. 

See if you are able to let go of something, even if it's just a tiny bit. Nothing in life is permanent and when we remember this, we realize again how precious our time and life is. It opens space for a bit of perception and  a value check. Often times when we hold on with all our might we tire quickly from the agony of allowing it to weigh us down and for what? Holding on when it's time to let go is not self honoring. 

Just as the leaves turn colors and fall, it is natural for us to honor this season in our lives, make a change (no matter how small), and let go of what no longer serves us. 

After releasing, show gratitude for yourself and your grounding space in your own special way. 

You could also bring the outdoors in by decorating your sacred space or a windowsill with your favorite autumn elements to connect to nature for your grounding ritual. 

Happy Bride
Meditating at Home

ELEVATE VIBE RITUAL

I am grateful to be right here. 

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame) if there is anything standing in the way of you being your happiest, healthiest self? What single small step could you take tomorrow to reach a bit closer to this self? What ways can you show yourself some grace too?

 

Remember this time is about deep nourishment and love so just observe what comes up for you and be gentle with what you discover and only speak kindly to yourself. 

EMPOWERING RITUAL

I am strong, powerful, and resilient.

Just like the Earth, our bodies are nature. We forget this sometimes but thankfully we can get back to our roots by practicing a simple grounding ritual. 

Find your favorite outdoor spot, maybe by a beautiful tree and stand barefoot beside it. Become present and enjoy this moment by taking notice of your surroundings.

How the air feels. The unique marks on the bark. How incredibly supported you are by the Earth. 

See if you are able to let go of something, even if it's just a tiny bit. Nothing in life is permanent and when we remember this, we realize again how precious our time and life is. It opens space for a bit of perception and  a value check. Often times when we hold on with all our might we tire quickly from the agony of allowing it to weigh us down and for what? Holding on when it's time to let go is not self honoring. 

Just as the leaves turn colors and fall, it is natural for us to honor this season in our lives, make a change (no matter how small), and let go of what no longer serves us. 

After releasing, show gratitude for yourself and your grounding space in your own special way. 

You could also bring the outdoors in by decorating your sacred space or a windowsill with your favorite autumn elements to connect to nature for your grounding ritual. 

Happy Girl
Blackberry and Lemon Detox

ENERGY BOOST RITUAL

I am radiating positivity.

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame) if there is anything standing in the way of you being your happiest, healthiest self? What single small step could you take tomorrow to reach a bit closer to this self? What ways can you show yourself some grace too?

 

Remember this time is about deep nourishment and love so just observe what comes up for you and be gentle with what you discover and only speak kindly to yourself. 

FORGIVENESS RITUAL

I am willing to release so I can move on freely. 

Just like the Earth, our bodies are nature. We forget this sometimes but thankfully we can get back to our roots by practicing a simple grounding ritual. 

Find your favorite outdoor spot, maybe by a beautiful tree and stand barefoot beside it. Become present and enjoy this moment by taking notice of your surroundings.

How the air feels. The unique marks on the bark. How incredibly supported you are by the Earth. 

See if you are able to let go of something, even if it's just a tiny bit. Nothing in life is permanent and when we remember this, we realize again how precious our time and life is. It opens space for a bit of perception and  a value check. Often times when we hold on with all our might we tire quickly from the agony of allowing it to weigh us down and for what? Holding on when it's time to let go is not self honoring. 

Just as the leaves turn colors and fall, it is natural for us to honor this season in our lives, make a change (no matter how small), and let go of what no longer serves us. 

After releasing, show gratitude for yourself and your grounding space in your own special way. 

You could also bring the outdoors in by decorating your sacred space or a windowsill with your favorite autumn elements to connect to nature for your grounding ritual. 

Namaste
Outdoor Meditation

GRATITUDE RITUAL

I am deeply thankful for my life and many blessings.

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame) if there is anything standing in the way of you being your happiest, healthiest self? What single small step could you take tomorrow to reach a bit closer to this self? What ways can you show yourself some grace too?

 

Remember this time is about deep nourishment and love so just observe what comes up for you and be gentle with what you discover and only speak kindly to yourself. 

GRIEVING RITUAL

I give myself all the time I need to remember with honor and peace. 

Just like the Earth, our bodies are nature. We forget this sometimes but thankfully we can get back to our roots by practicing a simple grounding ritual. 

Find your favorite outdoor spot, maybe by a beautiful tree and stand barefoot beside it. Become present and enjoy this moment by taking notice of your surroundings.

How the air feels. The unique marks on the bark. How incredibly supported you are by the Earth. 

See if you are able to let go of something, even if it's just a tiny bit. Nothing in life is permanent and when we remember this, we realize again how precious our time and life is. It opens space for a bit of perception and  a value check. Often times when we hold on with all our might we tire quickly from the agony of allowing it to weigh us down and for what? Holding on when it's time to let go is not self honoring. 

Just as the leaves turn colors and fall, it is natural for us to honor this season in our lives, make a change (no matter how small), and let go of what no longer serves us. 

After releasing, show gratitude for yourself and your grounding space in your own special way. 

You could also bring the outdoors in by decorating your sacred space or a windowsill with your favorite autumn elements to connect to nature for your grounding ritual. 

Waves
Tree Hugger

GROUNDING RITUAL

I am nourished, supported, loved, and held.

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame) if there is anything standing in the way of you being your happiest, healthiest self? What single small step could you take tomorrow to reach a bit closer to this self? What ways can you show yourself some grace too?

 

Remember this time is about deep nourishment and love so just observe what comes up for you and be gentle with what you discover and only speak kindly to yourself. 

HARMONY RITUAL

I am unique in my expression.

Just like the Earth, our bodies are nature. We forget this sometimes but thankfully we can get back to our roots by practicing a simple grounding ritual. 

Find your favorite outdoor spot, maybe by a beautiful tree and stand barefoot beside it. Become present and enjoy this moment by taking notice of your surroundings.

How the air feels. The unique marks on the bark. How incredibly supported you are by the Earth. 

See if you are able to let go of something, even if it's just a tiny bit. Nothing in life is permanent and when we remember this, we realize again how precious our time and life is. It opens space for a bit of perception and  a value check. Often times when we hold on with all our might we tire quickly from the agony of allowing it to weigh us down and for what? Holding on when it's time to let go is not self honoring. 

Just as the leaves turn colors and fall, it is natural for us to honor this season in our lives, make a change (no matter how small), and let go of what no longer serves us. 

After releasing, show gratitude for yourself and your grounding space in your own special way. 

You could also bring the outdoors in by decorating your sacred space or a windowsill with your favorite autumn elements to connect to nature for your grounding ritual. 

Jetty
Mother and Daughter Meditating

INNER CHILD RITUAL

I am safe to explore, be playful, and imaginative. 

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame) if there is anything standing in the way of you being your happiest, healthiest self? What single small step could you take tomorrow to reach a bit closer to this self? What ways can you show yourself some grace too?

 

Remember this time is about deep nourishment and love so just observe what comes up for you and be gentle with what you discover and only speak kindly to yourself. 

JOYFUL RITUAL

I am worthy. 

Just like the Earth, our bodies are nature. We forget this sometimes but thankfully we can get back to our roots by practicing a simple grounding ritual. 

Find your favorite outdoor spot, maybe by a beautiful tree and stand barefoot beside it. Become present and enjoy this moment by taking notice of your surroundings.

How the air feels. The unique marks on the bark. How incredibly supported you are by the Earth. 

See if you are able to let go of something, even if it's just a tiny bit. Nothing in life is permanent and when we remember this, we realize again how precious our time and life is. It opens space for a bit of perception and  a value check. Often times when we hold on with all our might we tire quickly from the agony of allowing it to weigh us down and for what? Holding on when it's time to let go is not self honoring. 

Just as the leaves turn colors and fall, it is natural for us to honor this season in our lives, make a change (no matter how small), and let go of what no longer serves us. 

After releasing, show gratitude for yourself and your grounding space in your own special way. 

You could also bring the outdoors in by decorating your sacred space or a windowsill with your favorite autumn elements to connect to nature for your grounding ritual. 

Jetty
Enjoying the View

LET IT SIT RITUAL

I am observing and inquiring within.

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame) if there is anything standing in the way of you being your happiest, healthiest self? What single small step could you take tomorrow to reach a bit closer to this self? What ways can you show yourself some grace too?

 

Remember this time is about deep nourishment and love so just observe what comes up for you and be gentle with what you discover and only speak kindly to yourself. 

LOVE RITUAL

I am pure. I am whole. 

Just like the Earth, our bodies are nature. We forget this sometimes but thankfully we can get back to our roots by practicing a simple grounding ritual. 

Find your favorite outdoor spot, maybe by a beautiful tree and stand barefoot beside it. Become present and enjoy this moment by taking notice of your surroundings.

How the air feels. The unique marks on the bark. How incredibly supported you are by the Earth. 

See if you are able to let go of something, even if it's just a tiny bit. Nothing in life is permanent and when we remember this, we realize again how precious our time and life is. It opens space for a bit of perception and  a value check. Often times when we hold on with all our might we tire quickly from the agony of allowing it to weigh us down and for what? Holding on when it's time to let go is not self honoring. 

Just as the leaves turn colors and fall, it is natural for us to honor this season in our lives, make a change (no matter how small), and let go of what no longer serves us. 

After releasing, show gratitude for yourself and your grounding space in your own special way. 

You could also bring the outdoors in by decorating your sacred space or a windowsill with your favorite autumn elements to connect to nature for your grounding ritual. 

Throw Pillows
Calendar

MANIFEST RITUAL

I am constantly co-creating my intentions into reality. 

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame) if there is anything standing in the way of you being your happiest, healthiest self? What single small step could you take tomorrow to reach a bit closer to this self? What ways can you show yourself some grace too?

 

Remember this time is about deep nourishment and love so just observe what comes up for you and be gentle with what you discover and only speak kindly to yourself. 

MEDICINAL RITUAL

I give myself permission to heal. 

Just like the Earth, our bodies are nature. We forget this sometimes but thankfully we can get back to our roots by practicing a simple grounding ritual. 

Find your favorite outdoor spot, maybe by a beautiful tree and stand barefoot beside it. Become present and enjoy this moment by taking notice of your surroundings.

How the air feels. The unique marks on the bark. How incredibly supported you are by the Earth. 

See if you are able to let go of something, even if it's just a tiny bit. Nothing in life is permanent and when we remember this, we realize again how precious our time and life is. It opens space for a bit of perception and  a value check. Often times when we hold on with all our might we tire quickly from the agony of allowing it to weigh us down and for what? Holding on when it's time to let go is not self honoring. 

Just as the leaves turn colors and fall, it is natural for us to honor this season in our lives, make a change (no matter how small), and let go of what no longer serves us. 

After releasing, show gratitude for yourself and your grounding space in your own special way. 

You could also bring the outdoors in by decorating your sacred space or a windowsill with your favorite autumn elements to connect to nature for your grounding ritual. 

Stuffed Avocado

NURTURING RITUAL

I am becoming more compassionate and caring.

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame) if there is anything standing in the way of you being your happiest, healthiest self? What single small step could you take tomorrow to reach a bit closer to this self? What ways can you show yourself some grace too?

 

Remember this time is about deep nourishment and love so just observe what comes up for you and be gentle with what you discover and only speak kindly to yourself. 

OVERCOMING RESISTANC RITUAL

I allow my passion to overpower procrastination. 

Just like the Earth, our bodies are nature. We forget this sometimes but thankfully we can get back to our roots by practicing a simple grounding ritual. 

Find your favorite outdoor spot, maybe by a beautiful tree and stand barefoot beside it. Become present and enjoy this moment by taking notice of your surroundings.

How the air feels. The unique marks on the bark. How incredibly supported you are by the Earth. 

See if you are able to let go of something, even if it's just a tiny bit. Nothing in life is permanent and when we remember this, we realize again how precious our time and life is. It opens space for a bit of perception and  a value check. Often times when we hold on with all our might we tire quickly from the agony of allowing it to weigh us down and for what? Holding on when it's time to let go is not self honoring. 

Just as the leaves turn colors and fall, it is natural for us to honor this season in our lives, make a change (no matter how small), and let go of what no longer serves us. 

After releasing, show gratitude for yourself and your grounding space in your own special way. 

You could also bring the outdoors in by decorating your sacred space or a windowsill with your favorite autumn elements to connect to nature for your grounding ritual. 

Himalaya
Zen Garden

PRAYER RITUAL

I surrender it all. 

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame) if there is anything standing in the way of you being your happiest, healthiest self? What single small step could you take tomorrow to reach a bit closer to this self? What ways can you show yourself some grace too?

 

Remember this time is about deep nourishment and love so just observe what comes up for you and be gentle with what you discover and only speak kindly to yourself. 

PREPARATION RITUAL

I am divinely supported to take this leap. 

Just like the Earth, our bodies are nature. We forget this sometimes but thankfully we can get back to our roots by practicing a simple grounding ritual. 

Find your favorite outdoor spot, maybe by a beautiful tree and stand barefoot beside it. Become present and enjoy this moment by taking notice of your surroundings.

How the air feels. The unique marks on the bark. How incredibly supported you are by the Earth. 

See if you are able to let go of something, even if it's just a tiny bit. Nothing in life is permanent and when we remember this, we realize again how precious our time and life is. It opens space for a bit of perception and  a value check. Often times when we hold on with all our might we tire quickly from the agony of allowing it to weigh us down and for what? Holding on when it's time to let go is not self honoring. 

Just as the leaves turn colors and fall, it is natural for us to honor this season in our lives, make a change (no matter how small), and let go of what no longer serves us. 

After releasing, show gratitude for yourself and your grounding space in your own special way. 

You could also bring the outdoors in by decorating your sacred space or a windowsill with your favorite autumn elements to connect to nature for your grounding ritual. 

Flamingos
Crystals

PROTECTION RITUAL

I am safe and secure. 

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame) if there is anything standing in the way of you being your happiest, healthiest self? What single small step could you take tomorrow to reach a bit closer to this self? What ways can you show yourself some grace too?

 

Remember this time is about deep nourishment and love so just observe what comes up for you and be gentle with what you discover and only speak kindly to yourself. 

PRESENT MOMENT RITUAL

I am right here, right now. 

Just like the Earth, our bodies are nature. We forget this sometimes but thankfully we can get back to our roots by practicing a simple grounding ritual. 

Find your favorite outdoor spot, maybe by a beautiful tree and stand barefoot beside it. Become present and enjoy this moment by taking notice of your surroundings.

How the air feels. The unique marks on the bark. How incredibly supported you are by the Earth. 

See if you are able to let go of something, even if it's just a tiny bit. Nothing in life is permanent and when we remember this, we realize again how precious our time and life is. It opens space for a bit of perception and  a value check. Often times when we hold on with all our might we tire quickly from the agony of allowing it to weigh us down and for what? Holding on when it's time to let go is not self honoring. 

Just as the leaves turn colors and fall, it is natural for us to honor this season in our lives, make a change (no matter how small), and let go of what no longer serves us. 

After releasing, show gratitude for yourself and your grounding space in your own special way. 

You could also bring the outdoors in by decorating your sacred space or a windowsill with your favorite autumn elements to connect to nature for your grounding ritual. 

In the Woods
White Branch

PURIFY RITUAL

I am cleansed of the past and I am starting fresh. 

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame) if there is anything standing in the way of you being your happiest, healthiest self? What single small step could you take tomorrow to reach a bit closer to this self? What ways can you show yourself some grace too?

 

Remember this time is about deep nourishment and love so just observe what comes up for you and be gentle with what you discover and only speak kindly to yourself. 

RECLAIM RITUAL

I have a powerful voice.

Just like the Earth, our bodies are nature. We forget this sometimes but thankfully we can get back to our roots by practicing a simple grounding ritual. 

Find your favorite outdoor spot, maybe by a beautiful tree and stand barefoot beside it. Become present and enjoy this moment by taking notice of your surroundings.

How the air feels. The unique marks on the bark. How incredibly supported you are by the Earth. 

See if you are able to let go of something, even if it's just a tiny bit. Nothing in life is permanent and when we remember this, we realize again how precious our time and life is. It opens space for a bit of perception and  a value check. Often times when we hold on with all our might we tire quickly from the agony of allowing it to weigh us down and for what? Holding on when it's time to let go is not self honoring. 

Just as the leaves turn colors and fall, it is natural for us to honor this season in our lives, make a change (no matter how small), and let go of what no longer serves us. 

After releasing, show gratitude for yourself and your grounding space in your own special way. 

You could also bring the outdoors in by decorating your sacred space or a windowsill with your favorite autumn elements to connect to nature for your grounding ritual. 

Holding a Flower
Woman in Hot Tub

RELAXATION RITUAL

I quiet my mind and cultivate calm within. 

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame) if there is anything standing in the way of you being your happiest, healthiest self? What single small step could you take tomorrow to reach a bit closer to this self? What ways can you show yourself some grace too?

 

Remember this time is about deep nourishment and love so just observe what comes up for you and be gentle with what you discover and only speak kindly to yourself. 

RELEASING RITUAL

I am letting it all go with love. 

Just like the Earth, our bodies are nature. We forget this sometimes but thankfully we can get back to our roots by practicing a simple grounding ritual. 

Find your favorite outdoor spot, maybe by a beautiful tree and stand barefoot beside it. Become present and enjoy this moment by taking notice of your surroundings.

How the air feels. The unique marks on the bark. How incredibly supported you are by the Earth. 

See if you are able to let go of something, even if it's just a tiny bit. Nothing in life is permanent and when we remember this, we realize again how precious our time and life is. It opens space for a bit of perception and  a value check. Often times when we hold on with all our might we tire quickly from the agony of allowing it to weigh us down and for what? Holding on when it's time to let go is not self honoring. 

Just as the leaves turn colors and fall, it is natural for us to honor this season in our lives, make a change (no matter how small), and let go of what no longer serves us. 

After releasing, show gratitude for yourself and your grounding space in your own special way. 

You could also bring the outdoors in by decorating your sacred space or a windowsill with your favorite autumn elements to connect to nature for your grounding ritual. 

Manicured Hands
Looking Out of Window

SEEKING RITUAL

I am exploring my depths to find my truth.

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame) if there is anything standing in the way of you being your happiest, healthiest self? What single small step could you take tomorrow to reach a bit closer to this self? What ways can you show yourself some grace too?

 

Remember this time is about deep nourishment and love so just observe what comes up for you and be gentle with what you discover and only speak kindly to yourself. 

SELF ESTEEM RITUAL

I trust and believe in myself.

Just like the Earth, our bodies are nature. We forget this sometimes but thankfully we can get back to our roots by practicing a simple grounding ritual. 

Find your favorite outdoor spot, maybe by a beautiful tree and stand barefoot beside it. Become present and enjoy this moment by taking notice of your surroundings.

How the air feels. The unique marks on the bark. How incredibly supported you are by the Earth. 

See if you are able to let go of something, even if it's just a tiny bit. Nothing in life is permanent and when we remember this, we realize again how precious our time and life is. It opens space for a bit of perception and  a value check. Often times when we hold on with all our might we tire quickly from the agony of allowing it to weigh us down and for what? Holding on when it's time to let go is not self honoring. 

Just as the leaves turn colors and fall, it is natural for us to honor this season in our lives, make a change (no matter how small), and let go of what no longer serves us. 

After releasing, show gratitude for yourself and your grounding space in your own special way. 

You could also bring the outdoors in by decorating your sacred space or a windowsill with your favorite autumn elements to connect to nature for your grounding ritual. 

Christmas Jewelry
Hand Touching Water

SELF LOVE RITUAL

I fully embrace and accept myself as I am.

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame) if there is anything standing in the way of you being your happiest, healthiest self? What single small step could you take tomorrow to reach a bit closer to this self? What ways can you show yourself some grace too?

 

Remember this time is about deep nourishment and love so just observe what comes up for you and be gentle with what you discover and only speak kindly to yourself. 

SHADOW RITUAL

I journey into the darkness to heal with loving light.

Just like the Earth, our bodies are nature. We forget this sometimes but thankfully we can get back to our roots by practicing a simple grounding ritual. 

Find your favorite outdoor spot, maybe by a beautiful tree and stand barefoot beside it. Become present and enjoy this moment by taking notice of your surroundings.

How the air feels. The unique marks on the bark. How incredibly supported you are by the Earth. 

See if you are able to let go of something, even if it's just a tiny bit. Nothing in life is permanent and when we remember this, we realize again how precious our time and life is. It opens space for a bit of perception and  a value check. Often times when we hold on with all our might we tire quickly from the agony of allowing it to weigh us down and for what? Holding on when it's time to let go is not self honoring. 

Just as the leaves turn colors and fall, it is natural for us to honor this season in our lives, make a change (no matter how small), and let go of what no longer serves us. 

After releasing, show gratitude for yourself and your grounding space in your own special way. 

You could also bring the outdoors in by decorating your sacred space or a windowsill with your favorite autumn elements to connect to nature for your grounding ritual. 

Hand Over Curtain
Grey Bed with Quilt

SLEEP RITUAL

I am thankful for the lessons and blessings of the day.

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame) if there is anything standing in the way of you being your happiest, healthiest self? What single small step could you take tomorrow to reach a bit closer to this self? What ways can you show yourself some grace too?

 

Remember this time is about deep nourishment and love so just observe what comes up for you and be gentle with what you discover and only speak kindly to yourself. 

SOOTHE RITUAL

I am gently healing and am showing up for myself.

Just like the Earth, our bodies are nature. We forget this sometimes but thankfully we can get back to our roots by practicing a simple grounding ritual. 

Find your favorite outdoor spot, maybe by a beautiful tree and stand barefoot beside it. Become present and enjoy this moment by taking notice of your surroundings.

How the air feels. The unique marks on the bark. How incredibly supported you are by the Earth. 

See if you are able to let go of something, even if it's just a tiny bit. Nothing in life is permanent and when we remember this, we realize again how precious our time and life is. It opens space for a bit of perception and  a value check. Often times when we hold on with all our might we tire quickly from the agony of allowing it to weigh us down and for what? Holding on when it's time to let go is not self honoring. 

Just as the leaves turn colors and fall, it is natural for us to honor this season in our lives, make a change (no matter how small), and let go of what no longer serves us. 

After releasing, show gratitude for yourself and your grounding space in your own special way. 

You could also bring the outdoors in by decorating your sacred space or a windowsill with your favorite autumn elements to connect to nature for your grounding ritual. 

Aloe Vera
Abstract Planet

SPARK CREATIVITY RITUAL

I am open to the flow of the universe.

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame) if there is anything standing in the way of you being your happiest, healthiest self? What single small step could you take tomorrow to reach a bit closer to this self? What ways can you show yourself some grace too?

 

Remember this time is about deep nourishment and love so just observe what comes up for you and be gentle with what you discover and only speak kindly to yourself. 

SQUASH SELF SABOTAGE RITUAL

I step out of my own way. 

Just like the Earth, our bodies are nature. We forget this sometimes but thankfully we can get back to our roots by practicing a simple grounding ritual. 

Find your favorite outdoor spot, maybe by a beautiful tree and stand barefoot beside it. Become present and enjoy this moment by taking notice of your surroundings.

How the air feels. The unique marks on the bark. How incredibly supported you are by the Earth. 

See if you are able to let go of something, even if it's just a tiny bit. Nothing in life is permanent and when we remember this, we realize again how precious our time and life is. It opens space for a bit of perception and  a value check. Often times when we hold on with all our might we tire quickly from the agony of allowing it to weigh us down and for what? Holding on when it's time to let go is not self honoring. 

Just as the leaves turn colors and fall, it is natural for us to honor this season in our lives, make a change (no matter how small), and let go of what no longer serves us. 

After releasing, show gratitude for yourself and your grounding space in your own special way. 

You could also bring the outdoors in by decorating your sacred space or a windowsill with your favorite autumn elements to connect to nature for your grounding ritual. 

Sitting on the Steps
Fox

SURVIVAL RITUAL

I am stronger than my fear and trust my instincts. 

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame) if there is anything standing in the way of you being your happiest, healthiest self? What single small step could you take tomorrow to reach a bit closer to this self? What ways can you show yourself some grace too?

 

Remember this time is about deep nourishment and love so just observe what comes up for you and be gentle with what you discover and only speak kindly to yourself. 

TRANSFORMATION RITUAL

I step out as my most authentic self.

Just like the Earth, our bodies are nature. We forget this sometimes but thankfully we can get back to our roots by practicing a simple grounding ritual. 

Find your favorite outdoor spot, maybe by a beautiful tree and stand barefoot beside it. Become present and enjoy this moment by taking notice of your surroundings.

How the air feels. The unique marks on the bark. How incredibly supported you are by the Earth. 

See if you are able to let go of something, even if it's just a tiny bit. Nothing in life is permanent and when we remember this, we realize again how precious our time and life is. It opens space for a bit of perception and  a value check. Often times when we hold on with all our might we tire quickly from the agony of allowing it to weigh us down and for what? Holding on when it's time to let go is not self honoring. 

Just as the leaves turn colors and fall, it is natural for us to honor this season in our lives, make a change (no matter how small), and let go of what no longer serves us. 

After releasing, show gratitude for yourself and your grounding space in your own special way. 

You could also bring the outdoors in by decorating your sacred space or a windowsill with your favorite autumn elements to connect to nature for your grounding ritual. 

Portrait with Olive Branch
Roadtripping

UNBECOMING RITUAL

I release who I thought I needed to be and embrace the beauty of who I am.

Our hair is directly connected to our chi or life energy and by becoming a bit more intentional during the time you take to care for your self and your hair, the more you are strengthening trust within yourself.

Make your routine more special and beautiful by setting the scene. Light candles around the tub, surround yourself with things that make you feel luxurious and spark happiness. Either create your own or use your favorite nourishing hair mask. 

While applying and resting with your hair mask, ask yourself (without judgement or blame)