It's Samhain season! September through November is my absolute favorite time of the year, and a large part of that is due to the thinning of the veil, the darkening of the days, and the ease with which we can connect and communicate with the other worlds. I've been talking a lot about connecting with spirits and other Samhain season activities over on TikTok. There are so many people - witches and muggles alike - that feel the call to reach out to ancestors and spirits during this time, but are lost on how to do it, and how to do it safely.
Lughnasadh is Sunday for my Northern Hemisphere friends! It’s the start of the harvest season and the first of the three festivals on the Wheel of the Year. Lughnasadh marks the first signs of summer fading into autumn, and I don’t know about you, but I’m mighty excited to see the wheel turn! Watch to learn a bit about the sabbat and how to celebrate, or scroll down to read more.
Tonight, as the sun sets and darkness sets in, we do not quiet. Tonight is celebration and sacred fire. Tomorrow, as the sun rises and the light returns in full, we shall revel in the bright energy and know that even when times get dark, the light will always return. Happy Summer Solstice, northern hemisphere! … Continue reading Spontaneous Solstice
Celebrating Lughnasadh, or Lammas, is tricky to me. I often find difficulty in practicing on the Major Sabbat days because often times, my environment does not reflect traditional Sabbat thinking. Lughnasadh, for example, is all about the harvest. Its the beginning of the harvest season, a time where we not only reap the literal grains, … Continue reading 3 Ways to Celebrate A Modern Lughnasadh