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Spring Equinox
Rituals

Spring Equinox Celebrations and Rituals

As leaves unfurl and newborn animals venture into the world for the first time, we are reminded that life begins over and over again. Every day, month, season, year, decade and so on are cycles that bring us closer to the nature of all things. There is something special about the spring cycle though. It

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herbal support
Herbalism

COVID-19 Support

We’ve been hearing a lot of the same info getting spread around about COVID-19 in regards to washing hands, sneezing in elbows, avoiding large gatherings and staying home when sick. This is all important information, but what else can we do to support our bodies in this turbulent time? While we don’t yet know how

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moon milk
Health & Wellness

The Ultimate Guide to Moon Milk Medicine

Moon milks have captured the attention of food bloggers across the world. They’re gorgeous, they’re tasty, and the name is downright dreamy. The idea behind this popular “moon milk” craze is perhaps based on the old wive’s tale that claims warm milk helps you sleep. These frothy concoctions are meant to serve essentially the same

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Smudging
Herbalism

Smoke Cleansing as an Appropriate Alternative to Smudging

The power of herbal smoke cleanses spaces, facilitates ritual, and even heals physical ailments. It can also be a transcendental medium to alter mood and allow us to engage in shadow and dream work. It’s no wonder then that the burning of herbs has become so popular. However when anything becomes mainstream, we must always

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Yule Celebrations
Rituals

Modern Day Yule Celebrations

As just one of the many winter solstice celebrations, Yule originates from the Norse people. This celebration originally lasted around 12 days (perhaps where the 12 days of Christmas came from?) to celebrate the rebirth of the sun. A wise woman once said “the greatest joy comes from learning the oldest skills”. And what is

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Winter Solstice
Rituals

Winter Solstice: Celebrations, Traditions, History

Perhaps a bit less celebrated than its counterpart, the summer solstice, the winter solstice holds a mysterious magic of its own. The frenzy of obligations we face during this holiday season can often overshadow this special turning point of the year. However, if we can carve out time to celebrate this turning point of the

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