What is Imbolc? 3 ways to celebrate this February

The 1st and 2nd of February have long been celebrated as a festival paying attention to nature, protection and the Sun.

For Wiccans this time of year is Imbolc (Or Lammas, depending on your perspective). But non-Wiccans can still use this time as a time for feasting and fun!

Check out our article for these ideas, plus our coupon code for our Magick Discovered course.

How to celebrate The Solstice this 21st of December

The Solstice is a celebration of what the Sun is up to and we can use this, and the characteristics of the Sun as a symbol representing “the self”, to make the Solstice all about ourselves!

Here we share some ideas for celebrating the Solstice, plus a massive 50% discount code for our Magick Discovered course. Did you know it’s giftable? Well it is, perfect for our Buy Now, Do It When You Can approach if you think this course would make a good present for someone you know. Click the link.

All Hallows Eve

The Sun is travelling through Pluto ruling Scorpio at this time of year. As one thing ends, another is beginning which of course is what both Samhain and Beltane symbolise. Let’s get into some ideas for marking this fire festival, plus we have a discount code for you to use on our Magick Discovered course!

What is Lammas?

Ideas for how to celebrate this fire festival

Celebrate the Solstice 21st June.

Ideas for how to celebrate this wiccan festival

The Beauty of Life

Ideas for how to celebrate this wiccan festival

New to magick? Here’s how to get started

How do new witches know where to start? It might involve starting right here with this article.

Is western magick culturally appropriated?

Here we discuss our thoughts about the history of powerful white men going out into the world and bringing back magickal influences to the West

Do we need to talk about correspondences?

Where do your magickal correspondences come from? Asking these questions is an important aspect of any practice.

It’s the 2nd of February. Again.

Ideas for how to celebrate this wiccan festival

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