Happy First Day of Spring!

Today is the spring equinox, the traditional first day of spring. What an excellent day to celebrate especially if you are working on manifesting a dream into creation. Whether you are still working with your New Year’s resolution or have lacked off a little, this is a great day to infuse your dreams with a little magic. Learn why and how to create a spring altar

An old tradition for starting the new year fresh and clean!

A quick and easy meditation for moving the ick out of your life. Pick up a broom and start sweeping!

Pine Boughs – Bringing in the greens

Where did the tradition of cutting a tree and setting it up in the house come from?

Our modern day celebrations come from a mild mix of cultures and seasonal activities. The hanging of greens, such as Holly, Ivy, Mistletoe and Evergreen boughs is an ancient winter tradition with origins predating Christ and the religious holiday of Christmas. It is a custom in which people would bring indoors green boughs and branches to lift people’s spirits sustaining them during the long dark days of winter and remind them…

Winter Solstice

The Winter Solstice is the first official day of winter and marks the return of the light with longer days of sunlight. This is the time to plant new ideas, new intentions or ways of being. It’s an excellent time to review what has been working for you and what has not, so you can know what you’d like to create in your life over the next cycle (year). This is where the tradition…

Tree Meditation

There is a lot you can learn by imagining you are a tree and mimicking its movements…feel how grounded, calm, and centered you are, but also energized, focused, and with broader perspective

How to make your own Electrolyte Sports Drinks with all natural ingredients

a homemade and healthy electrolyte drink recipe – a tasty way to ensure you stay hydrated and nourish your body back to health. It’s easy, quick, and naturally refreshing. This homemade and healthy hydrating electrolyte drink is also great for the flu and stomach bugs (or a hangover.)