This month, the Snow Moon will decorate the sky with its enchanting light, bathing us in a powerful energy that we can harness with a magick spell.
February’s Full Moon is called a Snow Moon because historically the heaviest snowfall usually occurs in this month (in the northern hemisphere). But not only is this a beautiful astronomical phenomenon, it is also a great opportunity to create a favorable environment in our spiritual lives.
Why This Spell Works
Snow can be used to cleanse and purify your crystals and tools. It is associated with clarity and the possibility for a fresh start. If it does not snow where you live, gather raindrops in a glass container.
Cast this cleansing spell on or near the Snow Moon, which is February’s Full Moon 🌕
Print this Spell
This PDF version comes with a transparent background so you can print it on any kind of paper you want and add it to your own Book of Shadows. Find more printable grimoire pages and more Moon Journaling Ideas.
Spiritual Meaning of the Snow Moon ❄️
Traditionally, the Snow Moon signifies winter and the end of the growing season. Because of its relationship to the end of growth in the natural world, snow is often linked to death and hardship.
Melted snow can be used to symbolize a new beginning or the end of difficulties. As snow covers everything and turns a familiar landscape into something new, it can be associated with transformation. For example, snow is often used to represent a life-changing situation.
Snow Magick Ideas
Lunar Journaling: Channel the energies of renewal, restoration and manifestations with this Full Snow Moon Spell that includes a Moon Journaling page and a guided meditation.
Go outside and write your intent in the snow. This snow represents a new beginning that lies ahead. Know that the universe wants you to move forward and expect this new beginning with open arms.
Make Moon Water with snow: The beauty of snowflakes, their mesmerizing silhouettes and their mysterious formation process make them the subject of many legends and proverbs in different cultures and philosophies. Snow can symbolize purity, honesty, tranquility, and calmness.
🕯️ Snow and Candle Spell
Gather your supplies: You will need a white candle, a piece of paper and pen, a bowl of snow and a small sprig of pine or any other evergreen.
Cleanse the space: Open the windows if possible to let in the fresh air and snow. Take a few minutes to walk around your space and imagine that you are releasing any negative energy.
Set the intention: Take a few moments to sit quietly and think about what you would like to release or manifest during this full moon. Write your intentions down on a piece of paper.
Hold the evergreen sprig: Pick up the sprig and hold it in your hands. Close your eyes and visualize yourself surrounded by peace, and a renewed connection to nature.
Perform the ritual: Dip your fingers in the bowl of snow and sprinkle it around the room, imagining that you are cleansing the space of any negative energy. Take a few deep breaths and focus on your intentions.
Give thanks: Blow out the candle and give thanks to the moon for her guidance and blessings. Place the evergreen sprig on the windowsill or somewhere where it will be exposed to the moonlight.
Reflect: Take some time to reflect on the ritual and what you have released or manifested. Keep your intentions in mind and continue to work towards them in the coming days.
Note: This ritual can be performed outside, if possible, and take the advantage of the full moon’s light and snow to enhance the connection with nature.
Which Crystals are Water-Safe?
As you know, many crystals like Selenite can deteriorate in water, especially if left for extended periods of time. In order to avoid damaging your stones, always check before exposing your crystals to water.Water-Safe Crystals 💎
- Clear Quartz
- Rose Quartz
- Smokey Quartz
- Carnelian (though not safe in salt water)
- Rutilated Quartz
- Tiger’s Eye
- Black Obsidian
- Tangerine Quartz