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The New Moon marks the beginning of a new lunar cycle and often brings with it an array of new beginnings. This leaves new moons feeling like a particularly ideal time for self-reflection, course correction and goal-setting. Read on for our favourite rituals to carry out for the New Moon.
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The Spring Equinox is a time where night and day are of equal length and in perfect equilibrium. The natural world is coming alive, the Sun is gaining strength and the days are becoming longer and warmer. In Paganism, it is referred to as Ostara, a Goddess that has the shoulders and head of a hare. Read on to learn about the symbols of Ostara
In many Wiccan traditions, the Goddess takes a three-fold form, known as the Triple Goddess. Her individual aspects, known as the Maiden, the Mother and the Crone, are aligned with the phases of the Moon's cycle as it orbits the Earth - the waxing crescent, the Full Moon, and the waning crescent. Each aspect of the Triple Goddess has qualities that all of us resonate with at various points in our lives. Indeed, the three-fold form of the Goddess could be said to reflect the complexities of the human psyche, as well as the cycles of life and death experienced by all who dwell on Earth.