Our ancestors celebrated life together with the rhythms of each season. Many of these celebrations were interwoven and connected to nature and Earth’s natural cycles. Today we celebrate the seasons and our connections to the natural world with intentional and meaningful celebrations that renew our joy in life and bring a deeper meaning to our human existence. By following the cycle of nature, you’ll be able to experience a deep connection with the natural world and see how everything is connected.
It’s important to spend time outdoors, throughout all the seasons, to connect with nature. By observing and interacting with nature, we can tune into its nuances and learn more about it. This will help us remember the nature-language we’ve forgotten through our modern and rushed lives.
The following posts are here to provide you with a foundation to rewild yourself through aligning with the cycles of the seasons and to help you in discovering the energies of the seasonal cycles. You will find outlined seasonal transition days on which to celebrate rituals that connect you with the natural world, as well as tips and inspiration to help you to fully celebrate the seasons and connect with nature while strengthening relationships with family and friends.
Celebrate the turning of the wheel and honor the season of Imbolc with these 5 meaningful rituals. Learn how to give thanks and welcome the changing of the seasons with meaningful ritual practices. Discover how to connect with the spirit of Imbolc and open yourself up to the potential of the new season.
The moon is often an object of fascination. Its phases and names say a lot about how we relate to, and derive meaning from, the moon’s seemingly ever-shifting aspects. Here are the names and meanings of the 12 full moons, plus tips on how they can influence your life.
In January, the first full Moon of the year is known as the Full Wolf Moon. We hope you will observe it with reverence and wonder. Learn more about this amazing celestial body!
Celebrating Twelfth Night is all about the end of the Solstice Season and welcoming back the light. Here are 8 easy ways for celebrating Twelfth Night.
The plants of the winter solstice play an integral role in this seasonal celebration that marks the turning of the Wheel of the Year. Evergreens such as conifers, holly and ivy, and mistletoe have their own folklore associated with them. These plants can be used to honor the season, celebrate its wisdom, and return home.
If you’ve been wondering how to make a wreath step by step, look no further. A wild, foraged, evergreen wreath is far simpler than you can imagine—and it only takes a little creativity to stretch a basic wreath into a masterpiece.
The winter solstice is a time to tap into your ancestral memory, connect with the earth, and celebrate the light that is returning to our world. Here are seven illuminating rituals to help you celebrate the shortest day of the year.
There’s still time to pick up the perfect holiday gifts for herbalists, nature lovers, and wildcrafters in your life! This list is packed with goodies that will appeal to anyone who enjoys spending time outdoors. From books on herbalism and foraging to herb grinders and binoculars, there’s something for everyone on your list.
Here are some homemade gifts ideas that are easy enough for just about anyone to make and are sure to please everyone on your list.
Deepen your connection to yourself and nature by taking part in sacred celebrations which honor the passing of time and the seasons. By doing so, we solidify our place in this universe. These observances allow us to slow down and savor each season, each magical moment.
Discover the history, folklore, magic and meaning of Samhain. Learn all the important aspects of this ancient festival and how you can bring that energy into your life.
You’ll love this velvety, rich and flavorsome pumpkin spice Moon Milk Recipe. If you love pumpkins then I think you’ll really enjoy this latte full of anti inflammatory spices.
Here’s a list of some of our favorite rituals for autumn equinox to help you celebrate the end of summer.