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Spiritual Services

PLEASE NOTE: Some of our services, such as Soul Retrieval, can only be done in person which may include physical contact. Therefore, with the covid-19 situation, please contact us prior to booking any of our services, either by using the contact form above, or by emailing brian@moonstarlodge.com.

The following services can be provided online:
 
 

Spiritual Counselling:

In this one hour session we will discuss your pressing spiritual concerns and direct you to resources that support your growth towards spiritual enlightenment. $80,00 per session.

Channeling:

A channeling session is booked for a period of 75 to 90 minutes.  All channeling is via Skype (unless you live locally) and the cost is $150 CDN per session. For health reasons I do not channel over the phone. I welcome your questions and if you want to send them in advance you may use the Contact page.  I always prepare by doing ceremony the night before our session - having your questions in advance allows me to present them to spirit. (I can't force spirit to answer your questions but we can always ask!) I request that everyone abstain from alcohol and recreational drug use for three days prior to our appointment. I am typically available weekdays from 10 AM until 8 PM (EST) however special arrangements can be made for alternate times.  When I meet with you on Skype to channel my partner performs a smudging ceremony - this is for our spiritual protection during the session. Watch Kathryn's video here.

Tarot Readings:

The tarot session is booked for a period of 75 to 90 min. All tarot reading is done via Skype [unless you live locally] and the cost is $150 CDN per session, pre-paid by PayPal or credit card. As with channeling I welcome your questions in advance and you may use the Contact page ahead of time.  I own approximately 300 decks of tarot and divination cards, but I typically use one of my many native tarot decks or Angel cards. In all I have about 20 native decks and about 30 Angel decks. My favorite deck to use is by Judith Pintar called the “Cards of Winds and Changes ", but I love making medicine wheel spreads and combining decks up to 64 cards in a reading!  I can take pictures of your spread and e-mail that to you if you wish. I request that everyone abstain from alcohol and recreational drug use for three days prior to our appointment. I am typically available weekdays from 10 AM until 8 PM (EST) however special arrangements can be made for alternate times.  When I meet with you on Skype to channel my partner performs a smudging ceremony - this is for our spiritual protection during the session. Watch Kathryn's video here.

Naming/Consecration Ceremony:

In a naming ceremony we are providing First Nations name based on ancient traditions involving the birth position on the medicine wheel, clan, dream work and much more. My personal preference is to do these ceremonies on new moons or full moons if at all possible. When the name is conferred on an individual they are presented with a document of consecration from Wolfe Island Aboriginal Interfaith Church and a chart showing all the parameters of their birth position on the medicine wheel, plus additional information to allow them to create a medicine blanket and similar sacred objects. It takes approximately 2 hours of preparation on my part to prepare the ceremonies and the documents. I preferred to confer and name in person but for those live living at a distance I will meet with you on Skype and send the documentation by mail. Meeting with you in person to receive the name takes approximately half an hour. The suggested donation for each name provided is $50.00. As with all sacred services abstinence from alcohol and recreational drugs is mandatory.

"Cutting the Tie that Binds" Ceremony:

This is a very serious ceremony that requires some discussion prior to performing.  In other words, it is not to be taken lightly. We perform the ceremony either in person or via Skype if necessary and the suggested donation is $125. You will be provided with your half of the rope used in the knot ceremony as well as sacred medicines and other things deemed necessary by our communion with the ancestors.  The whole process takes 60 to 75 min. and is performed by Brian and I as well as possibly other Lodge members. We prefer to do this either at new moon or full Moon if at all possible.

The following services can only be provided in person, so must wait until the pandemic lockdown is over:

 

Wedding Ceremonies:

I love performing weddings - I guess I'm a sentimental old sop. I perform interfaith weddings that may or may not include aboriginal ceremonies as requested. I also perform weddings for the same-sex community. The basic fee for a wedding is $400 with a preliminary deposit of $200 to cover my expenses of preparing for the big day. A mileage charge of $.55 per kilometer is payable in addition to the base fee. What you receive for my services are –

  • A 90 min. preliminary meeting to discuss your marriage;
  • A meeting to review the service that I create according to our discussions;
  • Attendance to a wedding rehearsal if deemed necessary (and 95% of the time they are necessary);
  • Performing the ceremony on the wedding day;
  • Submitting all documents to the provincial government to register the marriage;
  • Registering all documentation with the church office and my office.
As with anything to do with getting married the sooner you can communicate with me the smoother the process goes… That being said I can be available on short-term notice for those who have decided to elope, provided that your paperwork is correct. In this instance the fee-for-service is $250 because we are not meeting in advance, nor am I preparing special services or running rehearsals.
Wedding Options

Funeral Services:

The basic fee for a local (within 75 km) funeral is $250 plus $.55 a kilometer mileage.  For this fee I include the following –

  • A preliminary meeting to discuss the service;
  • Attendance to the funeral parlor to bless the deceased and do prayers;
  • Performing the funeral service whether it is held in the funeral parlor or a church;
  • Attendance at the graveside for committal.
Families have very different needs as it relates to dealing with death and we certainly understand that after 35 years of service. Feel free to contact us to discuss your family’s needs.