Honor each season and high holiday with these rituals, blessings, crystals, and gemstones.
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Mabon, or the fall equinox, is the first step toward the season of transformation. This is a time of transition and harvest, and a time of balance and realignment as we turn to greet the darkness. It’s a time to pause in the momentary balance of the equinox between the tipping point into darkness of the coming winter season. One of my favorite ways to celebrate is by making an altar! Read my blog for more tips to celebrate this high holiday.
Lammas honors the first harvest of the season. At this time of year, the nights are beginning to lengthen, and we anticipate the return of fall. This is truly the beginning of shadow season. By celebrating Lammas as a harvest holiday, we honor our ancestors and the hard work they had to do in order to survive and secure our lineage. We also take time to reflect upon the seeds we planted in the first half of the year, giving thanks for what has pushed through the soil and bloomed.
This year, in the Northern Hemisphere, we’ll celebrate Ostara on March 20. Use this day to cleanse, heal, balance your spirit, and regenerate your vitality. This is the time to activate spring’s energy of renewal, rebirth, emotional purification, hope, and growth. At this potent point of transition into the days of light, take a moment to pause during the brief balance between light and dark; day and night. A new cycle begins, how will you blossom?
Can you find all of the Yule correspondences? Yule, the Winter Solstice, is a powerful time to access the light that shines within. While we enter the coldest season in the Northern Hemisphere, we also burn with the anticipation of warmer days. This optimism and faith carry us through the darkness and bitter chills of winter.
Yule, the Winter Solstice, is a powerful time to access the light that shines within. While we enter the coldest season in the Northern Hemisphere, we also burn with the anticipation of warmer days. This optimism and faith carry us through the darkness and bitter chills of winter. Here are some ways to celebrate Yule at home!
Samhain is the ancient Celtic festival welcoming the dark half of the year, which was always celebrated at the end of October. It was a commemoration of the dying year and the beginning of a spiritual new year. Check out these Samhain Correspondences to help you honor this sacred high holiday!
Samhain is around the corner! Samhain is the ancient Celtic festival welcoming the dark half of the year, which was always celebrated at the end of October. It is a night of deep darkness when we revel in the mystery, with a more tangible connection with spirits on the other side. Here are some simple ways you can honor Samhian!
Mabon is almost here! 🍂🍁 In the Northern Hemisphere, the light of summer grows shorter, the nights grow longer, and the leaves on the trees begin to change colors, a physical manifestation of the change we too are going through. Enjoy the season with this fun Mabon correspondences word search!
Mabon is almost here! 🍂🍁 In the Northern Hemisphere, the light of summer grows shorter, the nights grow longer, and the leaves on the trees begin to change colors, a physical manifestation of the change we too are going through. Here are some simple ways to celebrate the approach of the autumn season.
Are you ready for the Summer Solstice? The energies of South and Fire bring courage, passion, enthusiasm, fearlessness, confidence, and control. Use these tumbled stones to call in the spirit of Summer and manifest your dreams. Put these crystals on your summer altar or work with them in meditation.
Yule is the longest and darkest night, it's when the dark half of the year relinquishes to the light half. All across the globe, people have been celebrating the Winter Solstice for centuries, whether it was the hedonistic revelry of Saturnalia in ancient Rome, the Dōngzhì Festivals of China, Japan and Korea, or the pre-Christian Feast of Juul in Scandinavia. It’s been an important time to gather together, celebrate the gift of light in our lives, and reinvigorate our hopes for the future.
These wooden Wheel of the Year Altar Plates are a beautiful addition to your sacred spaces. The Great Wheel of Time not only regulates the seasons, but also takes us by the hand to accompany us through the phases of our lives. Work with the beauty and magic of these Wheel of the Year Altar Plates to be reminded to be still, go within, and dive into the inner recesses of wisdom, creativity, and connection. These pieces are a must-have for your altar and sacred home decor!
Imbolc is Brigid’s holiday – the great goddess of the Eternal Flame. She reminds us that life always stirs within even in the coldest of seasons, during the darkest of nights. I adore Brigid because she reminds me of my power, exalts my feminine virtues, and exudes feminine strength all at once. Here are 5 ways to invoke the fiery power of Saint Brigid, to help you sweep out old patterns to usher in what is new, fresh, and productive.