Seasons of the Witch: Celebrating the 8 Wiccan Festivals of the Year




      Seasons of the Witch: Celebrating the 8 Wiccan Festivals of the Year
Each chapter in this book is devoted to a Wiccan festival, its meaning, and ways to celebrate it The advice operates at two levels spiritual and personal as well as celebratory and communal.Wicca is a nature based religion and uses natural change as its guide This book shows spiritual seekers how to ritualize their lives throughout the seasons, acknowledging external and internal change For example, Yule in December is a dark quiet time, when you think about the past year and year to come, hold old and new together as the light shifts, and think personally about how to let go and move on a contemplative time, with recommended meditations from the book.On the celebratory side, this book tells you everything you need to know to create a festival for you and your friends It describes traditional foods, art projects, songs and group activities Instead of a Halloween party have a celebration of Samhain November 1 , where you make mulled cider and black, moon shaped almond honey cakes, hang a traditional eight spoked wreath of woven wheat straw and gather around a bonfire to cast off things about yourself you do not like by burning symbols of these things. Download Seasons of the Witch: Celebrating the 8 Wiccan Festivals of the Year – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • Seasons of the Witch: Celebrating the 8 Wiccan Festivals of the Year
  • Gail Duff
  • English
  • 23 July 2018
  • 1569753369

10 thoughts on “ Seasons of the Witch: Celebrating the 8 Wiccan Festivals of the Year

  1. Juli Anna says:

    I skimmed this one There are too many Wiccan rituals and not enough hands on activities here for my taste Lots of emphasis on play acting, which is not my thing.

  2. Marla says:

    Gail does a wonderful job of explaining Pagan origins of most Christian and other holidays and festivals And it s evenfun to read her ideas for Pagan celebrations.

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