Celtic Wheel

A basket full of mushrooms in a Lughnasadh celebration in a forest.

Lughnasadh – Walk the Celtic Wheel

Lughnasadh: The first Harvest Lughnasadh is a fire ceremony that signifies the cross-quarter Wheel of the Year point following Summer Solstice.  The cross-quarter days which fall between the solstices and equinoxes signal the turn toward the next season. Lughnasadh marks the starting point of the turn toward autumn and we begin to see and feel

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Witness the mesmerizing sun rising above the clouds during the summer solstice.

Summer Solstice – Walk the Celtic Wheel

Summer Solstice: Honoring & Nourishing Your Light The Summer Solstice where we see the true stretch in the long days, warmth has returned (we call still hope here in Ireland!), and the flowers are blossoming. And yet, once Solstice passes the light begins to decline. The days will grow shorter again. And for the seeds

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A fire pit in the grass with a lantern, perfect for a cozy Samhain gathering.

Samhain – Walk the Celtic Wheel

Samhain is an invitation to Retreat Within Samhain is traditionally celebrated on the 31st October. The ‘true’ time of Samhain coincides more closely with the astronomical midpoint between Fall Equinox and Winter Solstice. So we have a beautiful opening from 30th Oct to 7th Nov (astrological midpoint changes each year) to mark this turning point

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