…. Are you a Moon Lover: that’s what I’m asking! A Selenophile or Philoselene is someone who loves the Moon. I do. I love to observe the beautiful waxing and waning of the light of the moon through each lunar cycle. I find Moon-gazing connects me to a sense of life’s mystery…
Tap into the energy of winter’s stillness to stop, pause, and listen to the wise whispers of your soul and ask: what’s my soul singing for? As we move through December and approach the Winter Solstice and the shortest day (on 22 December this year) we are in the darkest time of the year, here in the northern hemisphere.
The Wheel of the Year turns, and we arrive at the end of October and Samhain (pronounced Sow-en). Here we meet the Crone Goddess. Wise. Still. Deeply knowing for she has seen it all and more! We meet her in
May I ask you a question? …How do you mother yourself? Do you even mother yourself? I’m asking this because as I write, at the start of August, we’re at Lammas. Lammas, in the Celtic Wheel of the Year, is
Thank you waning moon for reminding me to slow down, and to let go of what is no longer needed … 🌘 Thank you waning moon for reminding me to pause and reflect on my life…. 🌘 Thank you waning
Beltane Blessings to you! And welcome to the blossoming time of the year! At this time of blooming and blossoming and the strengthening sun and longer days, nature offers us a feast for the senses. And this is how this
As I write these words on this New Moon I find myself more and more reflecting on, practising and teaching how we can connect to our intuition. I find that when we connect to the cycles of life as a grounded spiritual
Blessings of the Spring Equinox to you! (Or blessings of the autumn equinox of falling away and letting go if you’re in the Southern hemisphere…) Welcome to this point of balance in the year! And welcome to the returning and
Spring is really on its way now here in the Northern Hemisphere (while the wheel of the year is turning to autumn shades for my Southern Hemisphere-dwelling friends). It’s a time of transition. Here in the UK daffodils are flowering.
Imbolc blessings to you! The 1st/2nd February is Imbolc*: the ancient festival of reawakening. The worst of winter is – perhaps! – behind us in the Northern Hemisphere; the days are noticeably lengthening; bulbs are pushing through and snowdrops are