Diwali is the Hindu festival of lights. It is celebrated for 5 days across India and southern Asia, as well as in many other places around the world. It is biggest Hindu festival and most important Hindu holiday of the year. During Diwali, people perform cleansing rituals, decorate their homes, gather for special feasts, exchange gifts and light fireworks. Read on to learn more about how to ce..
The Sun has long been a symbol of power, growth, health, passion and the cycle of life in many cultures and religions throughout time. Some believe it is a representation of the higher self, while others see the sun as a God to be worshipped. Read on to learn more about how different cultures perceive the sun.
There are many ways to find your talisman. The symbols, appearing in object form, are connected to your essence and your life journey. Sometimes a symbol arrives before the object, stay open to the possibilities. Read on for some ideas of how to discover what your talisman is.
Beltane honours life. It represents the peak of Spring and the beginning of summer. Earth energies are at their strongest and most active. Read on to learn about some of the symbols associated with this Pagan Festival.
Spring is a time of great celebration in many cultures. It's the time of year when the planting begins, people begin to once more enjoy the fresh air, and we can reconnect with the earth again after long, cold winter. A number of different gods and goddesses from different cultures are connected with the themes of Spring. Read on to learn more about some of the many deities associated with spr..
Imbolc, in the Celtic seasonal calendar, signals the beginning of Spring and the stirrings of new life. It is a time to let go of the past and look to the future, clearing out the old, making both outer and inner space for new beginnings. Imbolc is traditionally the great festival and honouring of Brigid, so loved as a pagan Goddess that her worship was woven into the Christian church as St Br..