• 8 Simple Ways to Celebrate Lughnasa

    8 Simple Ways to Celebrate Lughnasa

    Lughnasa is the beginning of harvest season. It’s the mid-point of summer (also called Lughnasadh or Lammas). It is a busy time in the garden! So many delicious things are coming into harvest now. Lughnasa is when we pause & celebrate that. We are beginning to see the fruits of our labor. We’re beginning to […]

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  • What is the meaning of Lughnasa? How does it affect you spiritually?

      What is Lughnasa? Lughnasa is an ancient Celtic holiday, celebrating the beginning of harvest season. With the arrival it of Christianity it became Lammas – the first grain harvest of the season. Grain has been an important crop to almost every civilization since nearly the beginning of time. For many of us, we no longer spend time reflecting on […]

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  • Journal Qs for Lughnasa: You Have the Power to Harvest Your Dreams

    Lughnasa is the sacred seasonal day celebrated around August 1. This is the cross-quarter day that marks the mid-point of summer. The energy has shifted since the Summer Solstice, and we can feel that the Wheel of the Year is turning.  The days are growing visibly shorter. The grass is becoming dry and brown. (My sunflowers are […]

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