Wheel of the Year


How to Celebrate Mabon – the Autumn Equinox?

The wheel has turned again and the Autumn Equinox, also known as Mabon is soon upon us. You can probably see Mabon fast approaching by

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wheat field

How to celebrate Lammas?

The sun is shining on the wheat in the fields and the tractors are beggining their race against the weather to bring in the harvest.

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How to Celebrate Beltane?

The birds are singing, the trees are bursting with blossom and the sun is warmer which means we are all showing less skin. It can

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How to Celebrate Ostara

The lambs are born, the daffodils are bursting forth and the birds fill the air. The land is full of hustle and bustle and that

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How to Celebrate Imbolc

Imbolc is considered to be the celtic celebration of the end of winter, and the imminent beginning of the light half of the year. It’s

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winter solstice

How to celebrate the Winter Solstice

The winter solstice, also known as Yule; is a time of joy and celebration. The high point in the middle of the winter darkness. As

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What is the Wheel of the Year

What is the Wheel of the Year?

Nature flows in cycles. Our Celtic and Nordic ancestors understood this. For the ancient Celts and Scandinavians seasonal changes were important both in agriculture and for

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How to Celebrate Mabon

Mabon, also known as the Autumn Equinox is just around the corner. Mabon is the 8th festival in the celtic and nordic wheel of the

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Imbolc – Awakening & clarity after Winter’s hibernation

Some people love January as the time of new beginnings. But for me February always feels like the month to get going. With the pale

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Celebrating Lammas – why the Celtic Harvest Festival is still so relevant today!

The fields are golden, the land is bountiful, the apples are ripening in the trees. It is time to begin the harvest, to reap the

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