Nature as Transformer

We are part of our planet’s four Elementals, made of the substances of Earth and Water, breathing the Air, created with the sun’s Fire. The natural world constantly is transforming, often being both model and metaphor. Many explorations of this relationship are available to you here.

  • No Worries

No Time But Now. And Now. And Now.

Being in the Now is giving up past and future tenses. Celebrate Midsummer by being present in time. Eight kinds of time are explored [...]

No Time But Now. And Now. And Now.2021-06-29T18:36:38+00:00
  • Black Madonna, Beltaine, Matron of Summer

Beltaine: Welcome the Matron and Patron of Summer

Celebrate Beltaine on the First Day of May. Celebrate the energy of the Green Earth and the Mother ray (Ma-ray). The Maiden’s embodiment of [...]

Beltaine: Welcome the Matron and Patron of Summer2021-06-29T18:37:36+00:00
  • Spiritual Seasonings Great Wheel Calendar Imbolc

Crossquarter: Imbolc and Brigid

Lola Wilcox Imbolc: pronounced Imm’ulk The Crossquarters are four lost directions, and Imbolc is the first one of the new [...]

Crossquarter: Imbolc and Brigid2021-06-18T16:50:10+00:00

Winter Solstice: Braiding Time

Ritual events are timed to braid together current, past and future realities, making continuities possible. Time is not sequential but looped into spirals, like [...]

Winter Solstice: Braiding Time2021-06-18T16:52:08+00:00
  • Judy Cole's Pumpkin Pazazz

Samhain or All Hallows’ Eve

From Spiritual Seasonings: A Life Recipe Book by Lola Wilcox All Hallows is the end and beginning of the Celtic Year. It is a [...]

Samhain or All Hallows’ Eve2021-06-18T16:50:24+00:00

Equinox: A Time for Balance

From Spiritual Seasonings: A Life Recipe Book by Lola Wilcox What happens when we balance? Physically we are aligned, straight back, equal strength in [...]

Equinox: A Time for Balance2021-06-18T16:51:50+00:00
  • Digging Bluebells

Digging Bluebells

I know WHY digging bluebells became a decade long project of my life. The Call to the Bluebell Journey was the gardeners’ wish to [...]

Digging Bluebells2021-04-07T03:12:31+00:00
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