This is a copy of a Soul Note, emailed out to my subscribers. If you’d like to receive Soul Notes direct to your inbox then click here. Well, I don’t know about you, but August seems to have disappeared in
Celebrating Lammas: time of abundance, gratitude and the unconditional love of the Mother.
As the light fades, the air gets colder and the leaves crunch beneath our feet we arrive at Samhain on 31 October (30 April in the southern hemisphere). Welcome to the dark side! Samhain (pronounced Sow-en) marks the end of
May 1st brings the Celtic festival of Beltane (November in the Southern Hemisphere). The word Beltane comes from Celtic God ‘Bel’ which means ‘the bright one’, and the Gaelic word ‘teine’ which means ‘fire’, so Beltane (also spelled Beltaine) could