Posts Tagged ‘ Imbolc ’

My Green Heart

Feb 28th, 2018 | By

The #showthelove campaign is close to my already green heart. Climate change is real, it’s happening, and people need to be engaged. Making a green heart was just one way of showing solidarity with all the other people, not just in the UK but around the world, who are dedicated to making a difference. It

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Latest videos from online festivals

Feb 8th, 2018 | By

Moon Books is a longstanding supporter of the Pagan Federation Disabilities team online festivals. These events aim to make talks, music and ritual available to people who, for all kinds of reasons, aren’t able to go to physical gatherings. Two Moon Books authors contributed to the Imbolc festival 2018. here are their videos…. Urban nature,

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Imbolc Awakening

Feb 6th, 2018 | By
Keli Tomlin, Imbolc Awakening

For many this time of Imbolc is all about one Lady; for me, it’s about two.   The first you will likely have heard of. She is a Goddess of triple aspects (or a Saint if you prefer) and her gift is transformation. She uses her skills and intent to affect change; whether that be

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5 Ways to Celebrate Imbolc

Feb 2nd, 2018 | By

5 Ways to Celebrate Imbolc January 31, 2018 I love winter. The season creates space for quiet and contemplation. And while many see January and February as the cold season’s doldrums after the vibrant festivities of December, I find the calm, clean energy of the first two months of the new year to be refreshing.

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The Queen of Imbolc  Part I

Feb 2nd, 2018 | By

  When I think of Imbolc I always think of the coming of spring and an end to winter. I see it as a time to look to the future and bathe in the energy that comes with the rebirth of nature. It is the time to roll the old motorbike out of the garage,

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Imbolc, Brigid and New Beginnings

Feb 1st, 2018 | By
Jenny Uzzell Imolc, Brigid and New Beginnings

  Many, if not all readers of this blog will know that many Pagans and Druids will associate the festival of Imbolc with the goddess and saint Brigid. The internet is awash with pictures and articles concerning this most popular and yet most elusive of deities and I will not add to it here, rather

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Imbolc: The cosmic conception

Feb 1st, 2018 | By
Tanja Flanjak Imbolc: The cosmic conception

  Imbolc marks the halfway point between the Winter Solstice and Spring Equinox. However, it is so much more than that. There was a frequency and or seed that what was released at the Winter Solstice (Capricorn season- entirely male event). It was a frequency that was encoded with our hopes, dreams, and wishes for

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Brigid’s Day

Feb 1st, 2018 | By

Brigid, who is also known as Persephone Rises like an epiphany From the womb of Winter’s death. Imbolc, celebrated at the start of February; roughly half way between winter solstice and spring equinox (in the Northern hemisphere anyway- in the southern hemisphere this would be around the start of August, around the time we are

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An Imbolc Tale

Feb 1st, 2018 | By

In celebration of Imbolc, we have the story of the birthing of Bridey’s snake – and old British tradition for 1st February, Imbolc, and the wheel of the year, the seasons. It’s recorded by Elen Sentier, an author who works extensively with British tradition.   Find out more about Elen Sentier’s work here – http://www.moon-books.net/authors/elen-sentier 



Candle magic and traditions for Imbolc and Candlemas

Jan 29th, 2018 | By
Pagan Portals - Candle Magic

Imbolc, the pagan festival in early February, is often celebrated by lighting candles. The Christian festival at this time of year is called Candlemas and is also associated with candles. Here is an extract from Pagan Portals – Candle Magic about traditional and modern ways of honouring the season: Imbolc/Candlemas Pagans celebrate the first stirrings

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