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The Full Moon of October falls on Thursday the 5th this year. This year, the full moon of October will be the "Harvest Moon". The Harvest Moon is the full moon that is closest to the Autumn Equinox. Harvests are a symbolic time of productivity and reaping the benefits of our labor. It is through… Continue reading The Harvest Moon – Full Moon of October
Tomorrow evening, April 11th, is the full moon for the month of April. Known as the Pink Moon, it gets its name from the pink flowers that bloom at this time. As spring begins to emerge, we too can look at the new and blossoming events that are taking place in our lives at this time.… Continue reading The Pink Moon – Full Moon of April
March 12th marks the full moon for the month. It is known as the Worm Moon because at this time, the earth softens and the worms reappear, signaling the return of the robins, a symbol of spring. Falling near the Spring Equinox, it is a time of rebirth and renewal. As the full moon signifies completion, this… Continue reading The Worm Moon: Full Moon of March
I've been talking to many of my metaphysical friends lately, and a theme that has come up is the recent Solar Eclipse that took place on February 26th. In Astrology, solar eclipses are transitional phases where we shed a old pattern/belief/person/lifestyle so that we can move forward towards enlightenment. Solar Eclipses are also tied to… Continue reading Crystal Pairing – Stones to get you through the Solar Eclipse
February 1st (or 2nd according to some) is the pagan festival of Imbolc. Imbolc was practiced by the druids and was the festival of lactating sheep. It is derived from the Gaelic word, "oimelc", which means "ewe's milk". Ewes would give birth to their lambs, nursing them at this time. With the darkest days of winter… Continue reading Seven Ways to Celebrate Imbolc
Mid-December. For us, i's the holiday season, but for nature, it's the winter solstice. The winter solstice falls around the 21st - 23rd of December. This is where the night is at its longest, and the day is at its shortest. For pagans, the Winter Solstice was to honor the return of the sun. The worst was behind them, and… Continue reading Five Ways to Celebrate Yule
On the 14th of December is the full moon for the month. Known in some Native American tribes as 'the long night's moon', it gets this name due to the upcoming winter solstice, where the day is at its shortest and the night is at its longest. Being the longest full moon of the year, it… Continue reading The Long Night’s Moon: Full Moon of December