• 5 Herbs for the Winter Solstice

    5 Herbs for the Winter Solstice

    The Winter Solstice is a contradictory time of darkness and light, of celebration and shadow work. It’s easy to forget our connection to the earth when we’re so focused on ourselves and our interpersonal connections at this time, but keeping plant spirit in your arsenal of magickal tools can keep you rooted and stable while…

  • Spontaneous Solstice

    Spontaneous Solstice

    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!…

  • 3 Ways to Celebrate A Modern Lughnasadh

    3 Ways to Celebrate A Modern Lughnasadh

    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,…