During this time of the year many Pagans in the northern hemisphere are celebrating Imbolc. So I figured this would be a good time to cover what Imbolc means for not only a vast majority of Celtic focused Pagans but also many Christians out there, since in my practice I celebrate this overlap. I want to first start with the significance of this time of the year. This is the time that we get the first signs of the spring season. This is seen by the onset of the lambing season, the beginning of the spring sowing, and the blooming
If you have watched me on the Pagan Perspective, you are probably aware that one of my goals for this year I have set the goal to get back to making videos. You may also have heard that I got a new job in addition to being a part owner at my store. 2019 had been a crazy stressful year for me. 2020 has started out, and while still only being in the first month, it is getting to be considerably better than where I was this time last year. With my new job, as of August I am
I mentioned in my New Year’s Day post that I would be having some major life changes this year. 2018 is certainly shaping up as a year of changes. For the sake of suspense, let me start with the smaller changes first and then go into the larger changes.
In my usual vague fashion I recently posted about some changes that were coming into my life. I wanted to wait until I could make a video to accompany this blog post. Unfortunately the day after I wrote that post I had a cold, so filming was delayed. So while that was postponed, I have been working on some of the features on Christopaganism.com.
So it has been a long time since I have written on here. 2017 was a rough, weird, and long year, full of twists and turns. My hope for 2018 year is that it will be a bit more productive for everyone involved, along with more unity than separation within the world that seemed so prevalent in 2017. So what’s up for this year? As with every other year, there is a long list of things that I have planned for the future. Unfortunately those plans don’t always come to completion, but this year is already looking different from those