jīngzhé – hibernating insects awaken

Earth aerated Jīngzhé, 惊蛰, is the 3rd of the 24 solar terms (節氣) in the traditional Chinese calendars. It begins when the Sun reaches the celestial longitude of 345° and ends when it reaches the longitude of 360°. More often, it refers to the day when the Sun is exactly at a celestial longitude of 345°. In the Gregorian calendar, it usually Read more about jīngzhé – hibernating insects awaken[…]

Snow Moon in Leo – first blossoms

Full Snow Moon – February The Farmer’s Almanac tells us that February’s full moon is known as the Snow Moonamongst the Native Americans – Since the heaviest snow usually falls during this month, native tribes of the north and east most often called February’s full Moon the Full Snow Moon. Some tribes also referred to this Moon as Read more about Snow Moon in Leo – first blossoms[…]

February/March Moon gardening

Aquarius lunation – Water bearer – purifying & nourishing the earth 1st feb – 1st MarchEquivalent to 3.30 – 5.30am. Stirrings. Birds singing & nesting  Dreams turning into plans. Roots pushing down  establish foundations  Prepare the ground. First week. Friday 1st – Friday 8th.   New moon – waxing crescent Equiv to midnight to 6am      Read more about February/March Moon gardening[…]

New Moon in Aquarius

Aquarius, the sign of the sacred water-bearer, purifying & nourishing the earth 11th feb – 12th march.  Equivalent to 3.30 – 5.30am.  Stirrings.  THE MONTH OF LOVEBirds singing & nesting   Valentine’s Day/birds wedding dayDreams turning into plans.  Roots pushing down  establish foundations   Prepare the ground. tap into your inner wisdom during this new moon. Intellectual yet mystical it shows how important it Read more about New Moon in Aquarius[…]

Lunar New Year

https://www.treesisters-nest.org/posts/10647985 The naked new In the birth canalPoised to becomeHeld in a prism of potentialUnknown to selfUnknown to the worldBut intact, Armed with love,Ready. ‘What am I?’ said the Self..Honeysuckle laced with dew,Candle wax and frogspawn,Rainbows and lily pads,Piano keys and the wet mudof the potters wheel.You are it all,You are life. ‘But what comes next?’ Read more about Lunar New Year[…]

Imbolc – In the belly & St Brigid’s day

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 with Saints Patrick and Colm Cille. Her feast day is Read more about Imbolc – In the belly & St Brigid’s day[…]