Here in the northern hemisphere, Samhain is almost upon us, but for our southern hemisphere friends, it is time for Beltane. To help you celebrate, we’ve rounded up our best rituals, spells, books, and more!
A May Eve Incantation: Beltane is one of the most important holidays in the Pagan year. Beltane celebrates life and growth, manifested this time of year by fruit and flower. To get in touch with the fertile flavor of the season, try this simple Beltane incantation.
Magickal May Wine for Beltane: Drink this May wine to welcome in the spring and renew your sense of youth and vigor.
Beltane Tarot Spread: May is a time of
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Kac Young PhD, ND, DCH, author of The Healing Art of Essential Oils, Llewellyn's 2021 Essential Oils Calendar, Essential Oils for Beginners, and the new Crytal Power.
We all fall into a sad mood from time to time. That's life! But what can we do about it? Whether the sadness is triggered by the loss of a loved one, a change at work, a shift in a relationship, a disagreement with a trusted friend, or simply waking up on the wrong side of the bed, the reason is unimportant. It doesn't matter what brought it on; what is important is that there is a way to lift yourself out of that dark place and back into the light.
Whenever I’m having a
Third Eye Tarot Exercise
In Tarot Healer, Leeza Robertson leads us through an exploration of our chakras, with assistance from tarot. Through a series of exercises that build on one another, we learn to identify areas of weakness and discover ways to strengthen them. Here is an example of an exercise that gets us started with the crown chakra. Although part of a series of interconnected exercises, this one can stand alone.
Grab your deck and start looking for a card that you feel best represents the energy of the third eye, or the energy of the third eye chakra, you wish to have once your healing work is further along. Recommended cards for this chakra include the High Priestess,
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Jack Adam Weber, author of the new Climate Cure.
In the section of Climate Cure titled, "Navigating the Doom and Denial of Climate Crisis," I discuss the polarization that occurs in perceiving climate change. It's a similar polarization that occurs in relation to Covid-19.
This section hinges on a realization, a possibility that we tend to polarize to extremes not because the evidence merits, but because we are uncomfortable with the anxiety of not-knowing. So we jump to doom ("we're completely screwed") or denial ("climate crisis is a hoax, no need to worry about it") and then defend our all-knowing with confirmation bias and