Simple Wiccan Mabon Ritual for Solitaries (without Ritual Tools)

Simple Wiccan Mabon Ritual for Solitaries (without Ritual Tools)
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Simple Mabon Ritual

When the Sabbats approach, new Wiccans—or those just learning the Wiccan ways who are not quite sure of their path yet—may feel moved to observe the day. But some people quickly get discouraged when they read the rituals in Wicca 101 books that call for athames, cauldrons, censors, wands, pentacles and other tools they may not yet possess.

Truth is, you don’t need to go on a shopping spree to celebrate a Wiccan Sabbat rite. Here is a lovely little Mabon rite to observe the Autumn Equinox without loads of fancy tools. This just goes to show you that tools should not get in the way of honoring your Gods or observing your faith—you don’t need anything special, you can use things that are readily available lying around the house.

What’s Mabon? Learn about it here.
Before Mabon: Gathering a Few Things

It might be a good idea to read up a little about what Mabon is about (I explain more detail here) before you celebrate. For your ritual, you should try to gather these simple items in advance:

1 item to represent Water (a seashell, a picture of the sea, a river rock, etc.)
1 item to represent Air (a feather, a fan, a reed, etc.)
1 item to represent Earth (a rock, a flower, etc.)
1 item to represent Fire (a candle, a lava rock, a picture of a campfire, etc.)
1 bowl or basket full of offerings (this can be fruits, breads, pretty leaves, flowers, dried herbs, pine cones, acorns, twigs and other things you pick up on nature walks—whatever strikes you)
1 black stone (painted if need be)
1 white stone (painted if need be)
1 cup of juice or wine (or water if nothing else)
1 plate with a muffin (corn, apple, or if need be just a slice of bread or a few crackers)
Incense in holder (completely optional—stick or cone is fine)
Music (completely optional)
If holding the rite indoors you’ll also need 4 small bowls or cups
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