Rhythms of Life

Dancing Nature's Rhythms

Hunters blood Full moon in Aries

October was Winterfylleth, or the “winter full moon,” because, as Bede explained, winter was said to begin on the first full moon in October. Rebekah Shaman’s Lunascope https://rebekahshaman.us4.list-manage.com/track/click?u=bf3182281c10722c7eea99902&id=ac1ed10049&e=be92526af3 We are now coming to the last few moons of the year, and the intensity is going to increase, as  2021 slowly comes to completion, and things feel Read more about Hunters blood Full moon in Aries[…]

Autumn breakfast

Blue Iris Poems and Essays By Mary OliverA celebration of the bounties and blessings of nature. A Book Excerpt on Wonder How Would You Live Then? What if a hundred rose-breasted grosbeaksflew in circles around your head? What ifthe mockingbird came into the house with you andbecame your advisor? What ifthe bees filled your walls with honey and Read more about Autumn breakfast[…]

Libra New Moon

After the harvest, acknowledge what could have been better. Take stock, Balance the books, learn the lessons, forgive yourself let go of what is detrimental, move into the next cycle. Change if focus eyes front what do we need to do going forward, learn our lessons and let go of

Michaelmas

The Feast of the Archangels, or the Feast of Saint Michael and All Angels, In medieval England, Michaelmas marked the ending and beginning of the husbandman’s year, George C. Homans observes: “at that time harvest was over, and the bailiff or reeve of the manor would be making out the accounts for the year.” In British and Irish tradition, the quarter days were the four dates in each year on Read more about Michaelmas[…]