Happy Beltane Celebrations! Beltane, an ancient Celtic celebration is on May 1st. Today Beltane celebrations are in honor for the return of the summer, the fertility of the land and the protection of all living things. Some sources say “Bel” means the bright one, and “teine” means the fire within.
Happy Winter Solstice
Today we celebrate the longest night and shortest day of the year by lighting candles, fires, enjoying yummy food & spending time with friends and family. The days will start getting longer again and you can start looking forward to Spring. Yay! More outdoor workouts! Many Pagan rituals & celebration take place during Winter Solstice. These celebrations have been rooted deeply in many cultures for thousands of years. Including rebirthing rituals. Winter Solstice is a great time to get clear on new goals & life experiences you want to create for the coming year.
Happy Imbolc, Brigid’s Day It’s time to welcome the return of spring & celebrate rebirth of nature & life. Brigid is the Goddess of Light, fire, birth, healing, regeneration, inspiration, poetry, art, music, fertility & love.
In the USA we celebrate groundhog day to welcome the spring. In other parts of the world February 2nd is also known as Imbolc Brigid’s Day. This is one of the four Celtic Fire Festivals that celebrates the change of season from winter to spring. Some traditions of Imbolc, Brigid’s Day include:
In this Episode of Tarajcak T.V. I have the honor to Interview A good friend Tammy Bergen; Artist, Runester, Volva & Healer. Tammy shares how to Celebrate Summer Solstice in the Norse Tradition. This Includes Celebrating & honoring Sunna, the Norse Goddess.
This speaks to me (I’m a Gemini) Be your true awesome authentic self!!
“Whenever I am too afraid,
To speak and own my truth,
My light goes dim, I wilt within,
Disappointing both me and you” -Kaypacha Lescher
Kaypacha Lescher is one of my favorite FREE Monthly youtube Astrology Teachers. Check out Kaypacha Lescher ‘s May 31,2017 video..
My first Interview after exploring the beautiful land of Ireland for 3 months. Shawn Flanigan is an artist based in Cork Ireland. His designs are an exploration of shape, color and the underlying geometry of the universe. Shawn Flanigan has spent a number of years researching and studying Sacred Geometry, Cymatics and Fractal Mathematics and all these disciplines help him in creating these colorful and intricate designs.