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Throughout the year there are a number of significant spiritual events, such as the Spring and Autumn Equinoxes; Summer and Winter Solstices; Christmas and New Year, and many more. The following collection of articles looks at these different events in depth, with information on their histories and traditions, to how they’re celebrated across the world, and how you can incorporate them into your life.
What is the Spring Equinox, and how do you celebrate it?
Monday 20th March marks the Spring Equinox, and we can finally begin to say goodbye to cold, dark mornings and hello to long, bright evenings. Here we look at what the Spring Equinox is, and how to celebrate the beginning of the new season. What is the Spring Equinox? Though 1st March is technically the […]Read More
Five Different Types of Love to Celebrate on Valentine’s Day
The History of Valentine’s Day Valentine’s Day, Saint Valentine’s Day, or the Feast of Saint Valentine; whatever you call February 14th, it is universally known as the most romantic day of the year. But where did the celebration come from? It is widely believed that the celebration of love was originally an annual feast day […]Read More
What to Expect from the Year of the Rooster
What is Chinese New Year and when is it celebrated? Chinese New Year, or the Lunar New Year, is the most important date in the Chinese calendar. The date of the Chinese New Year changes each year, as it is based on a traditional Chinese lunisolar calendar, but usually falls between January 21 and February […]Read More
How to Celebrate the Winter Solstice
Wednesday 21 December marks the 2016 Winter Solstice, a day that has been celebrated by pagans by thousands of years and the root of many Christmas traditions. Here we look at exactly what the Winter Solstice is, and how to celebrate this special event. What is the Winter Solstice? In the Northern Hemisphere, the December […]Read More