• Wheel of the year

    Mabon activities

    Mabon is the next turn of the wheel, so this post looks at 15 Mabon activities to help you plan your best sabbath yet! Please note that this post may contain affiliate links. For more information about what this means, please click here.  15 Mabon Activities Guided meditation Guided meditations are a great way to start meditating as they give you something to focus on rather than struggling in silence. There are so many different themed meditations available on platforms such as YouTube. For Mabon, I really liked the meditation from Correspondence Meditations. It is really descriptive so great for helping you to visualise.  Mabon Tarot spread Tarot spreads are…

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    Mabon correspondence

    In this post, we explore Mabon correspondence so you have all of the information for your celebrations and spell work. Please note that this post may contain affiliate links. For more information about what this means, please click here.  Colours Browns – Brown represents grounding, balance, the home, animals, and stability. Oranges – Orange is a combination of red and yellow. The yellow brings warmth and mental clarity, while the red brings intensity and power. Therefore, orange is very much linked to justice, ambition, and creativity Greens – Green represents nature, fertility, prosperity, health, wealth, and abundance. Reds – Red represents strength, courage, and passion. It is linked with the…

  • Wheel of the year

    What is Mabon?

    Mabon is one of the eight sabbaths in the Pagan wheel of the year. In this post, we explore what Mabon is all about and how it relates to us in today’s world. Please note that this post may contain affiliate links. For more information about what this means, please click here.  Mabon (pronounced May-bun) is the second of three harvest celebrations from the wheel of the year. It normally occurs around September 21st to 24th each year.  Mabon history Mabon is perhaps the newest of the sabbaths on the wheel of the year. There is not very much evidence of it being celebrated before the wheel of the year…