Posts in Wheel of the Year
8 Ways to Celebrate Lughnasadh

This is a festival centered around the first harvest and the start of the harvesting cycle. It is a time to fill our hearts with gratitude and appreciate the abundance that is all around us. It is a time to rejoice in the current harvest and celebrate the future harvests.

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7 Ways to Celebrate Litha

Litha is celebrated on the summer solstice: the longest day of the year. It is the height of celebration, as the triumphant sun shines bright and majestic, full of passion and success. At this time, we celebrate that we can be in active daytime mode, the peak of summer. 

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9 Ways to Celebrate Beltane

We are at the peak of springtime and summer is just around the corner and with it comes hotter and lighter days. At this time we honor fertility, earth energy, sexuality, and passion. It's a time to celebrate the earth and the new life it is stimulating.

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10 Ways to Celebrate Ostara & the Spring Equinox

Ostara, also known as the Spring Equinox, is the magical season of fertility. We are finally emerging from the cold, dark winter into a season of new growth and fertility. Celebrate as if you've been waiting for an old friend to return from a long trip.

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10 Ways to Celebrate Yule and the Winter Solstice

Winter Solstice marks the beginning of winter season and is one of the oldest known winter celebration. It is the longest night and the shortest day of the year. The days have been getting shorter and now we can celebrate the sun as it returns from the period of darkness.

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5 Ways to Celebrate Samhain

Samhain (pronounced saah-win or saah-ween) is a festival of the Dead, meaning "Summer's End." Samhain is celebrated at the end of the harvest and the start of the coldest part of the year. 

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10 Ways to Celebrate Mabon and The Autumn Equinox

Mabon is also known as the witches Thanksgiving. The holiday takes place surrounding the Autumn Equinox when the day and night are equal in length of time. It is also the middle of the harvest season and marks the change of the season from Summer to Autumn.

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