Irish-American Witchcraft: Winter Court Wisdom

We are moving into what is usually the coldest part of winter in my area, and I find myself contemplating the wisdom I have learned from the darker Fey. [Read more…]

The Crow’s Nest: Living Life by the Seasons – Spring and Seeds of Intention

The Celebration of Imbolc marks the coming of Spring for us Pagans. In my own practice, now that Spring is just around the corner, my focus turns outward. [Read more…]

The Path of She: Be Here, Now

The Mysteries have a New Year’s message in these times: Be Here Now. Change is coming, deep, fast and bumpy, and the stakes have never been higher. [Read more…]

The Path of She: Four Transformational Lessons for the Winter Season

Winter is the season of the Dark Goddess and Her rebirth magic. Here are four transformational lessons to guide your rebirth magic of healing and personal growth that can make your life anew. [Read more…]

Irish-American Witchcraft: Dangerous Fairies, Winter, and Staying Safe

It’s a good time to remember that there are more dangers in winter than just black ice and hypothermia. [Read more…]

Outside the Circle: Dark Ladies Of Winter

Sometimes these ladies will take you by surprise… [Read more…]

Wayfaring Woman: Holiness and Hallowing at Imbolc

The holy current that runs through this time of year is profound and its blessings are many. Whether or not you tend to notice subtle increases in temperature, or slowly lengthening days, I invite you to turn your awareness to holiness, the current of sacred worth and boundless potential. [Read more…]

Dandelion Seeds: The Baltic and Slavic Earth Mother

Learn about the traditions of the Baltic and Slavic earth mother goddesses, including the history of our knowledge of her, folk traditions and new ways to connect with her including a song. [Read more…]

Dandelion Seeds: Leaning Into the Solstice Darkness

It’s easy to get caught up in the the wild cycle of holiday hosting. Take a break with these meditations and prayers to the comforting darkness. [Read more…]

Irish-American Witchcraft: Celebrating the Longest Night

It’s not a major religious holiday for us, but its the children’s favorite and probably one of the most fun. As we move into the coldest, harshest time of year in my area we do so in good spirits and with good cheer, knowing that the light is returning, a little each day. [Read more…]