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September 6th, 2012, 05:31 AM
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I've never really done anything for Mabon so just wondered! Looking for inspiration in hope I'll have time to do something small.
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September 9th, 2012, 12:31 AM
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I really want to do something special this year, as Mabon is when I dedicated myself to Paganism last year...

So far, I have made altar cloths for my side table, assembled my first ever altar with with all the elements and things that mean something to me, and have downloaded/printed out a really cool Mabon ritual/Mabon day prayers to do...this site is the one I found, and the one I intend on doing for Mabon...she has prayers and rituals, recipes, and lore for each of the Sabbats, and I want to incorporate some of her "stuff" for each of the Sabbats...they seem fun and easy enough.
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September 9th, 2012, 06:56 PM
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Mabon is a time to reap what you sow and plan for Samhain.

We will go outside for a walk and talk to nature to say sleep well.
We will eat a dinner of turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy, veggies, and a salad.

Leslie
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September 10th, 2012, 02:31 AM
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Thank you both. It falls on my mum's birthday so we will be going out to the local restaurant for a roast dinner to celebrate that as a family and I may also tie it in with Mabon by saying one of the Mabon prayers on the link Layce posted.

I also like the idea of making up a bowl of lots of autumn items. In our local park and paths you can find beech cups, pine cones, spinning jennies, sometimes acorns (if the squirrels don't get 'em all first ) and sometimes conkers (if the schoolkids don't get 'em all first). I tend to use these things in rituals for Samhain and Yule so gathering some together in a bowl would be helpful, though I'll probably put them on my altar instead of by my door. I also like the idea of helping those who would otherwise go without, but not sure WHAT to do exactly for that one. Will have to think about it.
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