Celtic Wheel of the Year Handbook and On-line course.
The Celtic Wheel of the year hails back to the old earth based ways of connecting to nature and the seasons, celebrating the four High Holy days and the four cross quarters in between.
This course was created for those who would like to connect more deeply with the seasons and celebrations that revolve around the Celtic wheel of the year, grow your connection to mother earth, and gather community together to share in the natural celebrations and rhythms of the year.
What I have created is an easy to understand way of approaching working with the seasons and celebrations, by giving a short history of where each of the celebrations came from, folk lore and magic around each celebration, and fun suggestions for celebrating, from Baking and making merry ciders and mulled wine, to seasonal crafts, rituals and inner work.
Within the course are the four High Holy days as well as the cross quarters. We begin in the spring time with: Imbolc Feb 2nd Spring Equinox/Ostara: March 20-22nd Beltane-May 1st Summer Solstice/Lithia-June 2nd Lunasadh August 1st Autumn Equinox/ Mabon September 21st-23rd Samhain October 31st-November 1st Yule/Winter Solstice December 21st-23rd
Each spin of the wheel is chock full of recipes, crafts, educational videos, songs, chants, simple rituals, altar work, connections to the sacred trees, crystals, plants, flowers and more!
What you will get: ~Access to the on-line course with everything you will need to understand the Wheel of the year and celebrate it with flair.
~A beautiful full colour Wheel of the year PDF to print out and hang in your home or office so you can see what is coming up in the season next.
~Fully downloadable/printable full colour PDF handbook that includes everything you will find on-line except the videos, so that you can print them out to have on hand, much like a well loved recipe book or Grimoire...
Living and working on theunceded Indigenous land belonging to the Coast Salish peoples, including the territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), Stó:lō and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.