Picture Books for Pagan Families: Lammas

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By Meg YardleyThis post ends my series of picture books for each of the eight Pagan holy days.  It’s been a wonderful journey for me and I hope it has provided some useful spiritual resources for you as well.  Stay tuned for more picture book posts on other Pagan topics over the next few months!Lammas (from “loaf-mass”),  also known as Lughnasadh in honor of the Irish god Lugh, is a festival of Celtic origin celebrating the first harvest – of corn, grain, and fruit – and the power of abun … [Read more...]

Four Simple Ways to Honor Spirit in Baby’s First Year

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By Thekla Richter  Finding time to nurture your connection with divinity might seem laughable when you are so busy nurturing your newborn and struggling through the most basic aspects of day-to-day life. Yet, at the same time, if you were supported by spiritual practice before you had your baby, giving up that path entirely can leave a huge void in your life that you feel deeply even through your haze of exhaustion.The good news is that tending your spirit and connecting with the … [Read more...]

From the editor’s desk: Thanksgiving

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In case you're just tuning in now, I've been experimenting with a weekly short message from the editor on a timely topic. Are these posts working for you? Let me know. This week the topic is Thanksgiving.This Thursday in the U.S. we celebrate Thanksgiving, which provides an opportunity to set or renew a practice of noticing and giving thanks. When we give thanks we make connection.  When we give thanks we invite in joy.  When we give thanks we notice what we already have. The things we fail … [Read more...]


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