Imbolc is one of my favorite Pagan festivals. It is all about preparing for spring and for new possibilities. This time of year, you will notice that the days are getting longer and while it is still cold everything is beautiful and snow covered.
The deity associated with Imbolc is Brigid, the Celtic goddess of of inspiration, wells, the sacred flame, and healing. Continue reading →
I don’t know about everyone else, but this Halloween/Samhain season is insane. I’m starting a new job, been invited to a couple of costume parties, and am helping with some local Samhain events. Oi. Making time for personal practice is going to be rough.
Even when shit gets busy, it is so important to make time for the spiritual. There will always be a reason to be busy: work, school, partner, kids, coven, hobbies, PTA, mothers-in-law, etc. The point of a religious, Pagan, spiritual, whatever-you-call-it practice is that it causes you to pause and do something for yourself. Whatever else is going on in your life, your practice will be there for you to lift you up and sustain your spirit. Continue reading →
So Mainer, Masshole, and Vermonter Pagans, Wiccans, and Witches, we seem to have a ton of events to choose from this year! Everything from dumb suppers to psychic fairs. A few of the events are family friendly and the ones that aren’t note that on their websites. So don your costumes and celebrate with our community.
Event planners if you don’t see your event please comment with a link to your website! I am especially looking for events in Maine, Vermont, and Rhode Island. Continue reading →
We are eleven days away from the Summer Solstice (otherwise known as Litha). Anyone else excited yet? To get everyone in the proper mood, here is a scent blend that’ll help you tap into the high energy part of the year. Continue reading →
How many Witches and Pagans decorate their homes for Samhain? Probably most of us. But how many of us decorate the home for Beltane, which is an en par holiday? Probably not as many people. All the fabulous Pagans and Witches out there, let’s start changing that and start bringing the season into our homes. Here are a few themes and suggestions to consider. Continue reading →