Imbolc – In the belly & St Brigid’s day

At the mid point between winter solstice & spring equinox Spring stirs This Celtic festival honours the goddess Brigid, who represents the maiden, and heralds the beginning of the awakening of nature. St Brigid and her magic cloak St Brigid of Kildare or Brigid of Ireland (c. 451-525) is one of Ireland’s patron saints along Read more about Imbolc – In the belly & St Brigid’s day[…]

February

Love is in the air. February comes from the word februum (purification) and februa, the rites or instruments used for purification. Dreamtime. Break seed shell, Waking up, Coming out of hibernation, Nature is beginning to stir, and just as the seeds are beginning to root and shoot, it is the time for us to start Read more about February[…]

Aquarius 2-4am

After the watery goat sees the way through rules rules rules Comes The airy water bearer  Fixed air sign right at the end of winter Time to embrace new potentials and to open our minds to alternate perspectives. The new is moving emerging from the shell of the old

Blue Jelly – Margaret Mead

“Last night I had the strangest dream. I was in a laboratory with Dr. Boas and he was talking to me and a group of other people about religion, insisting that life must have a meaning, that man couldn’t live without that. Then he made a mass of jelly-like stuff of the most beautiful blue Read more about Blue Jelly – Margaret Mead[…]

January

Stirrings. January takes its name from Janus, the Roman god of beginnings and endings. He had two faces so he could see the future and the past! He was also the god of doors. Winter light. Naked trees and Moons. Dark skies and stars. Quieten, rest in the stillness Ice and snow swirl and whirlbreathe slow. Settle. Read more about January[…]