Ostara Blessings- What The Wheel of the Seasons Taught Me- Nisha Designs

One of the ways I recognize the wheel of the season in my own life is that is has taught me how to celebrate me, who I am on the inside. The Soul. For a long time my life was about celebrating ‘others, there needs, wants, desires, there lives completely forgetting who I am on the inside and ignoring my own life and purpose of my existence. Because living for others is definitely not how one should be living there gift of LIFE. The gift is given to you by you being born on this planet and you are the person to live your own gift.

And as time passed every part of my life became about ‘others’. The choices I made were based on what others believe about me, my life and changes I made were based on what others think I should change not do or not than what the soul my trueself desired to change and do. As I started to question everything, seek the soul, let go of everything, every person related or connected to me that does not belong to me the soul in every aspect of my life. I started to celebrate the wheel of the season because it belonged to me not because ‘others did it’. It belonged to me and that what mattered. Its been 6 years since celebrating the wheel of the season. I didnt understand it at first but I kept on celebrating the wheels every year and I can finally say today I am just beginning to understand the importance of wheel of the season in my own life and I can see now how it helped me. It gave me knowledge, wisdom, push, support, love, understanding, caring, backed me physically, spiritually, financially, materially, energetically, psychically, mentally and emotionally as I was transforming and transitioning to being my trueself and into the blueprint to the life my soul designed for me which I wavered from. It held a sacred space for me is how special it is. It was bringing me back to my true path, life and soul purpose that which I had asked for which is to be my tureself. That was my only prayer year after year. And today the day of ostara I can say there is still work to do but I have arrived. I was presented with an opportunity to choose what path am I wanting. It was about do I want to stay in my past or do I want to choose my present. The present is who I am my trueself the soul. It was in my dream early hours of dawn that the choice was presented and I chose me, my true path. And I woke up with the awareness of renewal, change, rebirth, breakthrough from a life lesson that was holding me down, limiting me to my own potential. That I finally am ready for new beginnings, fertility, renewal in all aspects of my life. This is just the beginning of celebrating myself into becoming my trueself.

We grow with the wheel. Wheels of the year shows us our own growth, potential, progress, accomplishment or lessons we learn or we didnt and we still need to learn. The beauty about celebrating the wheel, doing the ritual is that every wheel presents us with an opportunity to change, learn, grow, live the life we desire, choose differently to become our trueself. It provides us a spiritual and magickal understanding and solution to bring about the change we want, need, desire.

Great time to look at what you choosing, who you choosing and why because we are the creator of our life. And the wheels of the season brings us, guides us and grants us our prayers where we need to be if we pay attention to the the wheels of the season in our own lives. We are here to celebrate living the beauty of life to our utmist potential and walking the path of heart and soul.

Ostara or otherwise spring equinox is the time of renewal, new beginnings, fertility and rebirth. Sowing seeds of love and goodness. Ostara Blessings to all.

Litha Blessings — Ravenhawks’ Magazine Magick for Mind Body and Soul- Nisha Designs

Ways to Celebrate Litha  Gathering of magical plants and healing herbs, particularly St John’s wort, vervain, mugwort, mistletoe, ivy, and fern seed. If the weather is warm enough it is a good time for camping, or at least enjoying a carefully prepared bonfire with friends and family.  Make Litha a special celebration honoring both the […]

Litha Blessings — Ravenhawks’ Magazine Magick for Mind Body and Soul

BELTANE BLESSING 2020-History- May Day- Nisha Designs-Ravenhawksmagazine

The word Beltane corresponds to the modern Irish Gaelic word Bealtaine, the name of the month of May, and to the Scottish Gaelic word Bealtuinn meaning May Day.
Other names For the Day and the celebrations are:
May 1: Rudemas/Roodmas, Rood Day (the Christian term for Rood Day), St. Walburga’s Day; Beltane, May Day, Cetsamhain (opposite Samhain), Cershamain, Fairy Day, Sacred Thorn Day, Old Beltane, Beltaine, Beltain, Baltane, Walpurgis Night, Floriala (Roman feast of flowers from April 29 to May 1), Walpurgisnacht (Germanic-feast of St. Walpurga), Thrimilce (Anglo-Saxon), Bloumaand (Old Dutch) This holiday like many of the sabbats start on the eve and is celebrated thru the following Day.
There is no consensus on how the name was derived at but it is agreed that this Sabbat honors fertility and creation.
This was also a time when many cultures light Balefires. In some places that is still an honored tradition.

Beltane is mentioned in some of the earliest Irish literature, and it is associated with important events in Irish mythology. It marked the beginning of summer and was when cattle were driven out to the summer pastures. Rituals were performed to protect the cattle, crops, and people, and to encourage growth.