Magickal Properties and Uses of Viola, Violet Magic

Viola is a quiet, little magic. She springs up in fields, lawns, and at the edges of forests. Before her companions begin to bud, she’s blooming away, gathering in the cool, damp spring days. In spring’s quiet while everyone else has yet to awaken, Viola works her magic. Violas come in a variety of colors … Continue reading Magickal Properties and Uses of Viola, Violet Magic

Brigid’s Magical Blackberry Scones w/ Bay Leaf Infused Custard Sauce: A Matter Of Celestial Timing – Gather Victoria

This Imbolc recipe might appear to be late (considering it is February 3rd) but I suggest it is right on time. After all, Imbolc or Imbolg, ( an ancient Celtic holiday welcoming the first stirrings spring) was originally a “moveable feast” determined not by fixed dates on the calendar but by shifting heavenly events, specifically the midpoint between … Continue reading Brigid’s Magical Blackberry Scones w/ Bay Leaf Infused Custard Sauce: A Matter Of Celestial Timing – Gather Victoria

Gemstones for Love – Our magnificent 7 Gems of the Heart

Are you looking for love or trying to mend a broken heart? In a new relationship or in the middle of a life-long love story? We have the gemstones for you. Source: Gemstones for Love - Our magnificent 7 Gems of the Heart

Love It Up With Herbal Aphrodisiacs Recipes

Sex doesn’t have to be all business and no fun! If you find yourself slipping under the bedsheets for the primary purpose of procreation or if you’re struggling to express your sexuality, if you feel something in your sexual life is off or maybe you just want to rev up an already pleasurable experience—let’s talk about … Continue reading Love It Up With Herbal Aphrodisiacs Recipes

Primrose is Considered the Flower of February.

COMMON NAME:  primrose GENUS:  Primula SPECIES, HYBRIDS, CULTIVARS: P. denticulata-lavender, purple, or white flowers; grows to 12 inches. P. japonica 'Millar Crimson'-flowers whorled around the 24-inch stem; blooms May-June. P. polyanthus-best known; colors are red, pink, blue, gold, and white, all with small yellow eyes. FAMILY:  Primulaceae BLOOMS:  spring TYPE:  perennial DESCRIPTION:  Primroses form an … Continue reading Primrose is Considered the Flower of February.

February Birthstone | Amethyst & Crystal Healing – Reiki Gem Wellness

Learn about how your February birthstone of Amethyst affects your life, how you can benefit from it, & how its significant for this time of year! Source: February Birthstone | Amethyst & Crystal Healing - Reiki Gem Wellness

February Newsletter – Valentine’s Day is here but don’t panic

I am sure you will not need reminding that February is the month of Valentine’s Day but how about a few tips about what to buy if you have decided to splurge on a gemstone for your loved one this year. We have some great ideas for the perfect romantic gemstone gift, plus, a movie … Continue reading February Newsletter – Valentine’s Day is here but don’t panic

Full Moon in Virgo-Crafting Herbal Anointing Oil & A Candle Ritual — Spirit de la Lune

This Full Moon takes place on the 19th of February and is also a Supermoon! This is the second Supermoon in a series of three, (we will have another supermoon in March!) but this Supermoon is also the biggest Supermoon of the year! Pretty cool compared to February of 2018 having no full moon at … Continue reading Full Moon in Virgo-Crafting Herbal Anointing Oil & A Candle Ritual — Spirit de la Lune

Camellia For Valentine’s

Like many of America’s favorite plants, the camellia is native to Asia. One tradition holds that Europeans and Americans first wanted the plants for commercial cultivation — Camellia sinensis for tea and Camellia oleifera for seed oil used in cooking and cosmetics. Instead of supplying these species, which produce understated little flowers, the Chinese slipped … Continue reading Camellia For Valentine’s

Primrose; The Flower of February

COMMON NAME:  primrose GENUS:  Primula SPECIES, HYBRIDS, CULTIVARS: P. denticulata-lavender, purple, or white flowers; grows to 12 inches. P. japonica 'Millar Crimson'-flowers whorled around 24-inch stem; blooms May-June. P. polyanthus-best known; colors are red, pink, blue, gold, and white, all with small yellow eyes. FAMILY:  Primulaceae BLOOMS:  spring TYPE:  perennial DESCRIPTION:  Primroses form an attractive … Continue reading Primrose; The Flower of February