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In the winter when the trees are leafless, their beauty and strength are more visible. That’s when you can see their power and majesty. To increase your own strength, form a pact with a tree. Follow the instructions in the following verse: Walk into the winter wood,Where bare trees sleep and brood.Select a tree majestic and great.Now you each have a shared fate.With this tree your strength is bound.Leave a gift—a crumb, a seed,or a rock you’ve found.As the seasons turn and ...

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February 2 is an auspicious day for many: it is Candlemas, Imbolc, and Groundhog Day. Moreover, February can be one of the coldest months in the Northern Hemisphere, with snow heavy on the ground. Fragile snowdrop plants begin to push their way up through the frozen land to greet us, a sign that the earth is once again emerging from her winter sleep. In Hedgewitchery, we often call Imbolc the Snowdrop Festival. The festivals around this time are regarded as celebrations of light, as the light ...

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At sundown we begin to celebrate Imbolc, the Celtic festival in honor of Brigid. She is known as a goddess of wisdom, poetry, and inspiration, among other things. Imbolc is also a fire festival, a celebration of the return of the light. The light and fires of Imbolc represent a luminous, radiant hope after experiencing harsh, cold winter days. Fire is the element of transformation and passion. It is a perfect time to renew and transform your creativity. A simple way to celebrate Imbolc is to ...

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Sweet bean soup is a bit like liquid trail mix. Often served for Lunar New Year in many countries in Asia, it is a restorative food that has its roots in ancient curative cuisines. Nuts, spices, and dried fruits are slowstewed or days, along with sweet adzuki and lotus beans. The result is a thick, richly spiced broth with many sweet treasures suspended beneath the surface. Here’s a Crock-Pot version that is easy and rewarding. Cook the following on low heat for three to five days. Serve ...

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