Civilizations around the world celebrate the coming balance of Earth. Light and Dark find equilibrium as we hang in the balance before the light half of the year begins; followed closely by the season of abundance.
Mid Winter welcomes many magical moments where we begin to vacillate between rest and action and welcome longer days and more light.
Whether it’s “Jack Frost nipping at your nose, or yuletide carols being sung by a choir”, there is no doubt that this time of year is nothing short of magical. Celebrations have taken on several different names and styles; however they all have one thing in common, they align with the Winter Solstice.
Yule, Winter Solstice, is recognized by many civilizations across time, space, and nature.
This time of year is associated with changing leaves, cooler temperatures, bonfires, and lots of food for feasting. It is a time for celebration to reap from the seeds we have sown.
Autumn offers unique cultural, mythological, and symbolic traditions celebrated across space, time, and nature.
By and large the Full Moon has been a misunderstood energy source for many years, through folklore and the commonly known increase in emotion-driven activity during a Full Moon. We can learn to harness the power of the Full Moon and use this phase to honor the depths of our own cycles of emotion and energy. Let’s Explore!
May Day takes on different meanings and symbolism across cultures, context, and location. Traditionally, it has been interwoven with connections to Earth and Nature’s cycle. There is a rich history of lore and symbolism associated with May Day practices. Let’s explore!