The Priestess – Priest of the Moon Ceremonies
For thousands of years ceremonies took place in sacred sites held by Priestesses and Priests of ISET. This lineage is being re-awakened with the establishment of the Temple of ISET as a new ceremonial place linked to this ancient tradition but created for our time. These Priestesses and Priests of the Moon are the living pillars of the ISET Temple to bring these ceremonies and teachings into the world.
The Public Ceremonies
Full Moon Ceremony – This is an invitation to honour the moon and find harmony and balance. The moon is called the Grandmother by many indigenous traditions, as well as throughout the ancient world. In the ceremony, water is energized by the light of the moon and then shared, to balance our etheric energy bodies. We work ceremoniously with an open mind and heart to receive the gift of healing from the moon, drinking water from our own well of wisdom.
Dark Moon Ceremony - The dark moon is the time of all possibilities; endings and at the same time new beginnings. The dark moon has within it the birth of the new moon, symbolizing the dark waters of the womb, carrying the
In the dark moon ceremony we: honour our ancestors; recognize the gifts they have given us; offer back the gifts we no longer need; and, heal our ancestral line.
The Private Ceremonies
Preparation for passing through the veil – Death is only another beginning. We die to be reborn in the
Before Death: The practitioner can support both the person dying and their family, to help them gain a holistic understanding of the death process and together create a beautiful experience for the person transitioning.
At Death: At this point of transition, the practitioner creates a place of peace, tranquility and connection for the
passing soul to leave the body and merge with the Eternal Light.
After Death: The practitioner can heal the energy bodies and retrieve the soul parts of the deceased, ensuring that they are whole for their on-going journey.
A transition healing includes two sessions prior to death, the ceremony at death and a healing the next day.
Cost is £300.
A distant ceremony, at or after the time of death, including a healing and soul retrieval is available.
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The Priestess/Priest of the Moon are trained to officiate in non-denominational funeral ceremonies which honour the deceased and all life. The rite includes ceremonies of forgiveness, gratitude, generosity and celebration. A funeral ceremony can also take place whilst one is alive, as a way of gaining awareness of death and purifying karma.
Cost of Funeral Service: £250
A child is born as pure spirit; expansive and infinite. This world gives them a name by which they will be known.
Each name carries a specific frequency that links to the vibration of the soul. We honour the spirit of the child by ceremoniously offering them their Earth name. This is a beautiful ceremony for children. This can also be an empowering ceremony and heartful experience for adults, creating a sense of belonging to this physical world.
Cost of Naming Ceremony: £100
The Marriage Ceremony with the Higher Self
In this lineage, we accept that a true marriage can only take place between the soul and its spiritual aspect. Marriage is the Union of the Light Eternal with its own light. Through this Union a new star is born. In the ceremony you are married to your own spirit, your own power, to help you live your life purpose with understanding and be true to
Marriage to Higher Self Ceremony: £125
Soul Sound Activation
Our Essence has a sacred vibration, sound and colour. There are three sounds that link the Higher Self, the Soul and the Eternal Spirit. When activated, these sounds bring into our awareness the resonance of our Being in all its dimensions and parallel lives. During this process, we may also discover our name of Ascension. This is a ceremony that takes place over four separate stages allowing time for integration at each stage.
Each stage of Soul and Sound activation: £100 per person per stage (4 stages in total).