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Plant-powered nature junkie, rambler, seeker, lover & sharer of all things Magickal
It's officially Winter! Yule, Winter Solstice, Midwinter, the rebirth of the Sun King! We have the shortest day and longest night, as the dark part of the year relinquishes to the light half and we welcome back ol' Sol! Hoorah!!!
It's officially Winter, hurrah!!! Slow down. Rest. Revive. Renew. I love this time of year, this phase in the turning seasons, the Wheel of the Year. The time for resting, passivity, the conserving of energy, the beauty in the stillness and silence. The darkness. And the awareness of all that lies beneath, quietly restoring itself.
Happy Samhain. The observance of change when the old year has passed, the harvest has been gathered, animals brought in from the fields and the leaves have fallen from the trees. The earth slowly begins to die around us and the veil between the worlds is at its thinnest, allowing the spirits of the dead to travel again among the living and we welcome the dark part of the year. Beautiful!
The Full Moon is the climax of the monthly lunar cycle, up to which, energies have been building and building. This is the moment of culmination and the Big Bang. The time of fruition and completion of a cycle. The time for releasing the old and letting go of what does not serve. Lower energies, negative patterns, toxic thoughts, beliefs and behaviours find their way into our lives and influence our mental, emotional and physical health and well-being, but we’re often so busy getting by, managing ourselves and our situations that we forget we have the power to address them! The full moon is a perfect opportunity to pause do so with the assistance of our dear ol’ friend Luna.
Imbolc. February 1st. Half way between Winter Solstice and Spring Equinox. One of the four Celtic Fire Festivals, marking mid-winter, also known as Oimealg, Snowdrop Festival, Feast of the Waxing Light, Brighid's Day and more. It's a great time to tap into and welcome the fresh energy of the Earth’s cycle. I love this time of year.
How to connect and flow with source energy for inspiration, faith, and peace of mind. It’s easy to think of nature as “out there”, something separate from us, but this incredible Universe we are a part of, connected with, are one with, can teach us a lot about life and ourselves. We experience the same cycle of birth, growth, death, and rebirth many times throughout our lives, we just resist. We struggle and fight against the elements in our environment and the ups and downs on the journey, trying to push things in the way we feel they should go or be, instead of allowing the natural flow and trusting in the process.