All tagged the wheel of the year
Whether you’re holding a full-blown Yule celebration, or just having some family and friends over for a home cooked meal, witchcraft can help you keep your house energetically prepped for receiving guests all season long. Here are five spells to try before you host your next party.
Lughnasadh, also called Lammas, is the celebration of the first summer harvest. It’s typically celebrated on August 1st and more so than any other holiday in the wheel of the year, this is a time for feasting! Even if your friends and family aren’t witchy, inviting them to join your for a summer BBQ or dinner party is an excellent way to celebrate the abundance of this day because that’s what it’s all about!
The Summer Solstice, also commonly called Midsummer or Litha, is a holiday celebrated at the peak of summers power. On the longest day of summer, communities all over the world hold celebrations to honor the sun with food, dancing, crafts, and rituals. Here are three of my favorite ways to celebrate!
The spring equinox is the time when the day and night hours are equal, this day marks the transition from the darkness that dominates our winter months into the long sunny summer days that are to come. This moment of balance is a perfect time to reconnect with our witchy selves and perhaps bring our current practice into this new energy as well.
Imbolc is all about transformation and gives us witches the perfect opportunity to do a little spring cleaning in our lives and our crafts to make room for all of the growth and abundance the coming seasons will provide. Here are three witchy ways to celebrate this holiday.