Category Archives: Holidays

Hear from Me this Secret ~ An Imbolc Meditation

Jenya T. Beachy 2 Comments Listen to my words.   Come to me, come to me, through woods and streams and city streets.  Come from dark places and bright, full of body-wisdom and head-knowing and heart-opening.  Hear my voice in … Continue reading

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The Hidden Imbolc

—-psufenasviriuslupus Of the four Irish quarter-days (Samain*, Imbolc, Beltene, Lugnasad), Imbolc superficially seems like a fairly straight-forward festival. It is considered, even in modern Ireland, to be the beginning of Spring, and it is a festival that is particularly associated … Continue reading

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New Moon, Ostara Spell

A New Moon and Ostara mean new beginnings are at hand. The possibilities of what we can do now are endless. Let this spell for Ostara inspire you to achieve all of your goals. You’ll need two hard-boiled eggs, one … Continue reading

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Rejuvenation Spell

by Walter L. Mora This spell will help to renew your spiritual self as the Earth does every Spring. You will need the following materials: *a small black candle and a small white candle *medium sized yellow or green candle … Continue reading

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Wheel of the Year ~ The Blessings of Spring

 Jenya T. Beachy As above, so below; As within, so without. Energy rises and falls eternally, through, with, for and about us. Moving from birth to death to rebirth is a pattern that repeats itself endlessly. The  passing of the … Continue reading

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Feng Shui for the Chinese New Year

One of the great gifts the Chinese have given to the world is the science of feng shui (“wind” + “water”). Magical wind + magical water = good fortune. Early spring is a good time to bring good fortune into … Continue reading

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Chinese New Year Traditions

Different parts of China have very different traditions. The following are the most typical: New Year’s Eve Dinner The New Year’s Eve dinner is the most important dinner for the Chinese. Normally, this is the family reunion dinner, especially for … Continue reading

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