• The words 'imbolc magick' with a mortal and pestle, smudge stick with smoke rising from it and a pentagram decorated with flowers
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    Imbolc Magick

    Here we have the best Imbolc magick spells and rituals on the web all rounded up for your convenience. Those that are specifically for Imbolc are listed first and then spells and rituals that relate to the Imbolc theme of creativity, cleansing and fertility will follow.  Imbolc magick spells and rituals Purification bath The lovely Beth over at Cauldron and Brew has a recipe for an Imbolc purification bath that looks great. You will need a few different essential oils and some Epsom salts so if you do not already have these things, you will need to go shopping before Imbolc. This looks like a lovely relaxing way to celebrate…

  • Lamb, rolling pin and bread, lavender and a river going into the mountains
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    Imbolc activities

    Imbolc is the first of three sabbaths that occur in the spring on the wheel of the year. This post contains ideas and inspiration for Imbolc activities so you can celebrate the changing season.  Bake bread The Celtic goddess Brigid was the goddess of hearth and home. Therefore baking bread for Imbolc would be a traditional Imbolc activity.  Fire scrying Fire scrying is a form of divination. You focus on the flames in a fire or a candle and see what shapes you can see and interpret what they mean.  Walk near a river It was said to be good luck to toss a coin into a well, river, or…

  • Imbolc correspondence images such as bread, white candles, lavender, and amethyst.
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    Imbolc correspondence

    A comprehensive guide to Imbolc Correspondence. Looking at colours, crystals, herbs/incense, food, animals, and spell work. The post finishes with a free correspondence page to download. Please note that this post may contain affiliate links. For more information about what this means, please click here.  Imbolc colours White  White represents the winter which is now fading. In candle magick, it represents divination, healing and innocence.  Green Green represents the new plants that are in the early stages of awakening. It is also the colour of Brigid’s cloak who is the deity most associated with Imbolc. In candle magick, green represents money, health and growth. Brown  Brown represents growth such as…

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    What is Imbolc?

    Imbolc is what is known as a cross-quarter holiday on the wheel of the year. It marks halfway between the winter solstice and the spring equinox. This post looks at Imbolc in relation to history and what it means today.  Normally celebrated on either February 1st or 2nd in the Northern hemisphere each year. Other names for Imbolc are; Imbolg, Candlemas, and Brigid’s day.  History of Imbolc It is said that the word Imbolc means ‘In the belly’ as this is the time that spring starts to show and with that new life. Although February is normally the coldest month here in the UK, each day of sunlight lasts a…