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Inspired Growth Candle Ritual for Imbolc

January 26, 2021 7:13 pm Published by
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The Celtic Sabbat of Imbolc honors the midway point between the Winter Solstice and Spring. The Earth is starting to wake up, and even though it may be quite cold still, you can start to see glimmers of nature waking up. On a personal level, this is a season to allow inspiration to stir within you. Imbolc is a call to allow your inner transformations so you can grow into the highest and best version of yourself. Danu Forest says it best here. “To call in inspiration is to begin to see our life infused with spirit, to discover a... Continue Reading

Winter Solstice & Yule Spell Jar for Rebirth

December 16, 2020 11:22 pm Published by
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The winter solstice, also called Yule in Germanic traditions, is the longest night and shortest day of the year. It is the time we have the most darkness, and after the winter solstice, the sun returns — growing each day. Because of this darkness and return of the light, the solstice is deeply associated with rebirth. A kind of new year for witches, if you will. In this blog post, I’ll share how to make a DIY spell jar for rebirth in honor of the winter solstice. This would be a great practice to do on the winter solstice or... Continue Reading

5 Samhain Rituals + Samhain Correspondences & Card Spread

October 23, 2020 7:12 pm Published by
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The ancient Celtic celebration of Samhain (pronounced sow-in), celebrated on October 31st and November 1st, marks the end of our seasonal cycle on the Wheel of the Year. This is why it’s often referred to as the witch’s New Year. Seasonally speaking, Samhain is the third and final harvest of the season or the last rally to store and prepare for the coming Winter season. This sacred celebration reaches much farther than harvests and is also a time when the veil between the physical and spirit world is at its thinnest. The Celtic people believed that spirits walked among them... Continue Reading

Spellwork and Witchcraft Ethics

October 14, 2020 11:17 pm Published by
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When we understand how powerful witchcraft and spellwork can be, we know that there is as much potentiality for causing harm as there is for healing. I don’t believe that ethics in this area (or any, really) are black and white or something that can be written in a post and passed right along to you. I think ethics are both nuanced and personal.  So in this blog, I’ll be sharing a bit of my own thoughts about spellwork and witchcraft ethics, and offering some different areas of reflection for your own spellwork and witchcraft ethics. CULTURAL APPROPRIATION + CONSUMPTION... Continue Reading

3 Rituals for Mabon

September 17, 2020 3:21 am Published by
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Mabon, also known as the fall equinox, is the holiday on the Wheel of the Year that descends us into autumn. On this day, as with both equinoxes, light and dark find balance — we hover, suspended, at an even keel before tipping into more darkness. When we fear darkness, this descent may feel scary. But intentionally working with the seasons and the Wheel of the Year can teach us the inherent goodness in every season, the necessity of each point in the year.  Without the fall and winter dying season, there can be no space for growth in spring... Continue Reading








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