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Nature Spirituality Summer Reads!

Ahhh summer is coming time to kick back, relax and if you are like me read! I love to invest some of my holiday time investing in my mind and soul. And nothing, as far as I am concerned; is a better way of doing that than reading some new spiritual growth books… So here …

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The Buck Moon – Spiritual Symbology & Celebrations

During July the hazy long days and short nights mean that the full moon is even more tantalising. The Buck moon is due to the male deer, known as a buck. By late July, the rack of a buck is forming into impressive antlers. It’s antlers won’t truly form until  mid-September, the velvety layer will …

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Summer Solstice

How to Celebrate Summer Solstice?

At summer solstice, also known as Litha the summer sun born, in the heart of the midwinter has reached the fullest point in its journey! Litha is a day of inner power and brightness for nature and for us!  In a way the solstice has always confused me a little becuase on the one hand …

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The Ice Moon – A time for spiritual awakening & nourishment

Today January is thought of as the perfect time to get going on your new year’s resolutions. You know the whole New Year New You vibe. But for those of us who align ourlives with nature the idea of pushing to bring new things into your life could not be more out of alignment with …

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How to Celebrate Samhain

In October death is all around us. All of life is withdrawing into itself. This is a time of rest and rejuvenation. The work of the year is almost complete. The wheel will soon turn. Samhain is both the ending and the beginning of the wheel. The Celts regarded Samhain eve like our New year …

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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 year. It is sometimes known as the pagan Thanksgiving, Mabon marks the Autumn Equinox, when day and night are equal and is the  celebration of the second harvest. Or as …

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