Jennifer Aniston Spills The Beans On Her ‘Goddess Circle’ Ritual With Her Gal Pals

Did you know, Jennifer Aniston has been doing the ‘Goddess Circle’ ritual with her gal pals for decades? Well, if you don’t know about the phenomenon, here we bring you details about it

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Jennifer Aniston Spills The Beans On Her ‘Goddess Circle’ Ritual With Her Gal Pals

Making a mark in the Industry with her iconic character of a runaway bride in Friends, Jennifer Aniston recently celebrated her 50th birthday with her gal pals. But nobody knew about their ritual of Goddess Circle. This February, on her 50th birthday Jennifer had a fun getaway to Mexico with her girls. However, the flight of girls didn’t go as smooth as it was planned. Jennifer sat in a 'goddess circle' to bless her new life. Revealing the deets about their circle, the Murder Mystery actress told The New York Times that in the sit down circle they passed around a stick decorated with feathers and charms then blessed each other. Aniston also revealed that they have been doing it for decades.

The ex-wife of Brad Pitt told NYT, “I'm entering into what I feel is one of the most creatively fulfilling periods of my life,' 'Seriously I've been doing this for 30 years and I feel like it's just about to really bloom,” she added.

She further added, “It was added, 'The Goddess Circle is dedicated to reclaiming the powerful feminine energy found within and surrounding us all; to embodying and living your truth and your highest purpose. It is dedicated to empowering all beings on the path to sovereignty; to awakening to your medicine and gifts, inspiring creativity, and to moving towards sacred unity in this world.”

On turning 50 the Friends star told New York Times, “It’s so weird. There’s so much doom around that number,” “Should we just call it a ‘circle’?” she asked.

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