Today is the day of the Corn Mother. Attributed in many writings to the Seminole people of the Southeastern US, the presence of the Corn Mother is widespread throughout Native American mythology.
The Corn Mother is the spirit of the corn plant itself and freely shares her bounty with us. The Green Corn Dance celebrates the fertility of the earth. Release your stress to the Corn Mother and she will show you how to turn it into a bountiful crop as she takes waste and turns it into corn.
Use corn in your rituals, cornmeal to define your circle or tossed into the wind to celebrate her spirit. Keep a dried ear of corn in the house to bring the protection of the Corn Mother into your life.
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