Category: Everyday Magic
With Lammas falling at the beginning of August it is a wonderful time to perform a gratitude ritual. We are celebrating the first of the fall harvests (followed by Mabon, then Samhain) and it is time to give thanks for the abundance in our life. […]
We have reached the point of the year when Spring is in full swing! Time to get outside and perform a simple garden seed blessing. This is an easy Ostara ritual that you can do over the seeds that will be planted or the sprouts […]
Imbolc marks the mid-point between the darkest night of Winter at Yule and the point of the perfect balance of night and day during Spring Equinox (Ostara). The life-force of the earth is awakening and stirring with the promise of renewal and rebirth. Now is […]
Perform your own Imbolc house blessing ritual to welcome in the changing of the season. It’s the perfect time for a traditional spring cleaning to refresh and reset after the winter holidays.
With Samhain falling around the first week of November it is the ideal time to perform a simple divination ritual. The veil is thin, spirits are here, and the answers are waiting.
12 ways to clear your chakras With all of the environmental and physical factors we are exposed to regularly, it’s important to take good care of your health; and spiritual health is a big part of this. Your chakras are no less susceptible to these […]
Crystals and mineral stones are a natural way to give your magical intentions a boost. They have been revered for millennia as conduits of energy and are believed to resonate with harmonic frequencies, sending out natural vibrations into the world. Crystals have been used for […]
Learning how to ground and center will be one of the most powerful and fundamental tools of your spiritual practice. It is the foundation upon which all other actions can rest. You may have seen reference to this in your explorations of earth-centered religions but […]
There is something so basic, yet so profound, about recognizing that magic happens in subtle ways every day around you. The cycles of the Moon, the flight of birds, the growth of new life; all these things pulse with the magical energy of the Universe. […]
Lughnasadh marks the mid-point between the Summer Solstice (Litha) and Autumn Equinox (Mabon). We have reached the first of the three fall harvest festivals, also called Lammas or the grain harvest, when we celebrate all of the blessings of the season. As the Wheel turns […]