TO HONOUR THE CELTIC WHEEL OF THE YEAR
Shamanic meditations are lead with the beat of the drum, mirroring our own heart beat. We journey within ourselves to reconnect with our own divine essence. In harmony with the rhythms of nature:
The Celtic Wheel of the Year begins with Samhain (Halloween) when the veil between the seen and the unseen is thinner and it is easier to access angels, spirit guides and our loved ones who have departed from this world. With Samhain, we enter into the darker phase of the year, a phase of letting go...
The Winter Solstice is the shorter day of the year and from this day onward the amount of daylight increases each day until the summer solstice and so we celebrate the return of the light. At this time of deep introspection, we turn our attention inwards to the parts of us in need of healing and we give it breath and gentle nurturing during these winter months.
Imbolc (Brigid's day) is the beginning of the spring. It is a time of new beginning and the perfect to plant the seeds of what it is we wish to bring to fruition this coming year...
At the time of Spring Equinox, day and night are equal and we find out what is needed to bring ourselves back to a place of balance and equilibrium.
On Bealtaine (May day), fire is traditionally lit on the Hill of Uisneach to celebrate the coming of summer, giving the signal for hills across the whole of Ireland to light their own fires. This is a great time to reignite our own inner fire and pour our energy in the projects close to our heart.
The Summer Solstice is a time of great expansion. The light is at its peak and we are celebrating and we are celebrating our own inner light as well as seeing the light in each other.
Lugnasagh is the Celtic name for Lammas, when we celebrate the "first fruits" of harvest when we ripe the fruits of the seeds we planted earlier and the time and energy poured into bringing our dreams into being...
Much like the Spring Equinox, when day and night are equal, the Autumn Equinox is an opportunity to bring ourselves back to a place of balance and equilibrium as we approach a new cycle in the Celtic Wheel of the Year.
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