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The Dawning of Spring

Since I have learned about wheel teachings it never ceases to amaze me just how accurate our ancient ancestors were at calculating the seasons.  The harmony they must have felt whilst listening to the whispers of nature and rocking in her rhythm. 288 more words


My First Imbolc

Imbolc (February 2) is a Pagan holiday that celebrates the first signs of spring and the return of the sun. It’s also a day to celebrate the Celtic Goddess Brigid. 599 more words


Three Things About Imbolc

While many were watching to see whether the groundhog Punxsutawney Phil predicted an early spring in the annual ritual Monday, pagans around the world were having their traditional Imbolc festivities. 806 more words


Welcoming What Comes

It is Groundhog’s Day. That whistle pig is the guide. It’s time to assess: What will I keep hidden in the dark recesses of winter and what will I bring out into the light? 204 more words


Happy Imbolc!

Wishing you a blessed Imbolc!

This Celtic festival – also known as Candlemas or Brigid’s Day – celebrates the return of the light, and the first signs of Spring. 85 more words

Daily Inspiration

Brigid's Day

Brigid’s Day (also known as Imbolc, Bride’s Day, or Candlemas) is a traditional Gaelic celebration marking the halfway point between Winter Solstice and Spring Equinox. Happening on February 1 or 2, this event marks the welcoming of spring. 1,337 more words

Song for Brigid's Day

Song for Brigid’s Day

Do you feel how the world comes alive?
How even underneath its coat of snow,
inside the bright crystals of the ice, 240 more words