Ways to celebrate Imbolc

Celebrate Imbolc Ways to celebrate Imbolc now: Lighting candles, seeking omens of Spring, storytelling, cleaning the house, bonfires, indoor planting, stone collecting, candle kept burning dusk till dawn; hearth re-lighting if you use a fireplace or wood-burning stove in your home. This Sabbat is a time of cleansing and newborn lambs, a good time for … Continue reading Ways to celebrate Imbolc

Imbolc How Did We Celebrate

How Did We Celebrate Imbolc?? Imbolc was usually celebrated by lighting sacred fires ( Brigit was the Goddess of Fire, the Fire of Healing and Birth). Bonfires and candles too were lit. Imbolc is variously known as the Feast of Saint Brigid (Secondary Patron of Ireland), Lá Fhéile Bríde, and Lá Feabhra - the first … Continue reading Imbolc How Did We Celebrate

Music for Imbolc



Imbolc What Do We Celebrate? Imbolc is one of the four principal festivals of the Irish calendar, celebrated among Gaelic peoples and some other Celtic cultures either at the beginning of February or at the first local signs of Spring. Most commonly it is celebrated on February 2, since this is the cross-quarter day on … Continue reading Imbolc

Self-Care Inspired by the Wheel of the Year

OCTOBER 28, 2021 BY TIFFANY LAZIC READ TIME: 9 MINS In times of confusion, challenge, and crisis the encouragement to pay attention to one's own self-care is often heard coming from many quarters. And yet, these are the very times when, with so much of upheaval and disequilibrium all around, even the smallest act of self-nurturing can … Continue reading Self-Care Inspired by the Wheel of the Year