The Wheel of the Year

Samhain…Yule…Imbolc…Ostara…Beltane…Litha…Lughnasadh…Mabon… For Pagans today, these names conjuring up exotic images of ritual and celebration roll off of the tongue as easily as they did for our ancestors. Together, the eight Sabbats constitute the cornerstones of the circular calendar we know

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Inspiration Corner: Creating A Morning Meditation

Today we’re going to talk about a little practice that I do every workday. And I try to do it on weekends, too. It gets me started, gets me set for the day, and I’m surprised by how effective it

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Inspiration Corner: Finding Joy in Life

So today we’re going to about finding joy. When I say finding joy, I mean actually seeking it out. Oh, sometimes we stumble across something that brightens our day or makes us smile. But when you aren’t used to focusing

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March: The Storm Moon

Tomorrow is the full moon, at 5:37 AM PDT. It also happens to be a Blue Moon, which is usually considered an amped up Full Moon for magick (the second full moon in a month). March’s full moon is known

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Living the Magickal Life

People often ask me “What does being a witch and pagan mean to you?” There’s never any easy, short answer to that question. Being a Witch/Pagan for me, means yes, I believe in magick, and I am a Shamanic Witch.

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Blessed Winter Solstice

Tonight we will turn the Wheel to witness the eternal battle, to mourn the death of the Holly King, and celebrate the rise of the Oak King rises. And so in a spiral we live our lives, the Eternal Return,

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Blessed Samhain! And a Happy Halloween

Blessed Samhain to my fellow Pagans, and Happy Halloween to all of you. May this burnt orange season lead you to safety as the Veils between the worlds lift.

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Blessed Mabon

Blessed Mabon. May the Second Harvest bring you abundance and joy. ~Yasmine and her family

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Mabon–The Second Harvest

Mabon is coming up. From my Crystal Cauldron section of the site (see dropdown menu on the menu bar): Mabon is the celebration of the Autumnal Equinox, when day and night are once again in balance.  Once more the sun

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Blessed Lughnasadh

Blessed Lughnsadh: The Season of Sacrifice The First Harvest May your harvests be fruitful, and your sacrifices given in reverence and honor. “There were three men came out of the west, their fortunes for to try And these three men

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