When you feel strongly about something without a logical basis to it, that’s called intuition. Here we will discuss 7 ways to unlock this powerful skill
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Yule is one of the Lesser Sabbats, it marks the Winter Solstice and is the time of the year when the God is reborn of the virgin goddess. The God is represented by the Sun which returns after the darkest night of the year, to again bring warmth and fertility to the land.
Lughnasadh (LOO-nus-uh), also called Lammas, is known as one of the Greater Sabbats, it marks the beginning of the fall harvest. This is the festival of Lugh, a Celtic God of Light, Fire, and God of crafts and skills.
The elements exhibit profound influence on essential character traits, behavior, emotions, thinking, and intuition. All the elements are equally important and in this post is a more in-depth description of each.
In this section, we will explore the how’s and the why’s of Wiccan spellwork to help you achieve your goals in a safe and productive manner. We hope you find guidance for your journey within our posts.
Samhain is one of the Greater Sabbats, it is the witch’s biggest holiday and usually referred to as Halloween. It is New Year’s Day as it marks the death of the Lord. Samhain, is the death festival, and is the time when the veil between the worlds of the living and the dead at its finest.
Crystals can not only be used to protect you from outside sources and negative energies, but they may also be able to help you harness the strength to protect yourself and the clarity to know when to walk away.
The Sabbats celebrate the eternal circle of life – birth, death, and rebirth. These seasonal holidays have been followed for many thousands of years by ancient cultures such as Nordic, Celtic, and Greek.
Mabon, one of the Lesser Sabbats, is the second harvest festival and is held on the autumn equinox to celebrate the last fruits of the year. Like the Spring Equinox, it is a time of balance between dark and light.