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The Rock and Raw team is heading to Mykonos, in the Cyclades in Greece for a few days of meditation, crystal charging, intention setting, and sage burning.  Rock and Raw New Moon Yoga & Meditation Mykonos takes place at the stunning Maera Villas in Mykanos Greece, alongside the sunset.

Why Mykonos

Mykonos’s nickname is the Island of the Winds. It is as ancient as time itself.
According to Greek mythology, Mykonos was named after its first ruler, Mykonos, the son of the god Apollo and a local hero. The island is also said to have been the location of a great battle between Zeus and Titans, and where Hercules killed the invincible giants having lured them from the protection of Mount Olympus. The granite rocks dotted around the island, and still visible to this day, are said to be the remains of those slayed giants.
In addition to its mythical past, Mykonos is also a spiritual haven. It contains innumerable churches, temples, and monasteries, and has been a prominent destination for yogis and spiritual warriors since the early XXth Century.
Just like the houses dotted around the island, the monasteries and churches are all painted white, our rock and raw colour. Purity, perfection, and bliss.


Flower circle ritual

As part of our spiritual activities, Lucy is running a flower circle meditation ritual. Rock and Raw make their own sage bundle, using dry flowers from the villa’s garden and white sage from California.

Lucy will use this to cleanse the pieces, and run the meditation. The meditation will focus on unleashing our positive energies and creating positive, vibrant intentions.

We will focus on eliminating our blockages so we can manifest our intentions, collectively and individually.

We will then write these intentions down, and do a fire burning ritual where we will set our intentions on fire, freeing them into the open skies.

During this time, the crystals used in our Rock and Raw pieces will be charged by the Mediterranean Sea, its winds, and its sun.

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