Imbolc Blessings

Halfway between the winter solstice and the Spring equinox ~ 31st Jan – 1st Feb shines Imbolc, marking the end of Winter and the beginning of Spring.

Imbolc is the perfect time
for spring cleaning and renewal

At Imbolc we can use the seasonal energies to let go of all that no longer serves us.
This makes room for the new that’s ready to be birthed and appear.
Knowing this is right for us we can peacefully and joyfully welcome these new experiences into our lives.

 ☆ * •. ¸

Imbolc change

 ¸ .• * ॐ शान्तिः text as above :

“The universe does not need more successful people.
The planet desperately needs more peacemakers, healers, restorers, storytellers and lovers of all kinds.”

“When you do things from your soul, you feel a river of joy within you.”
Rumi

“Feel yourself quietly drawn by the deeper pull of what you truly love.”
Rumi

“Change is never painful, only the resistance to change is painful”
Buddha

“Some of us think that holding on makes us strong;
but sometimes it is letting go.”
Herman Hesse

“Respond to every call that excites your spirit”
Rumi

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Imbolc Blessings to All

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Credits:
Images from –  glocalwalk (fineartamerica.com), and deltacluster, agolady, via starseedthoughts on Tumblr
Cassie Hill on Pinterest

(Click on image to make biG)

 

12 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. claremorin88
    Feb 01, 2013 @ 22:26:32

    Hello there!

    This is a lovely blog post and it was wonderful to see it – thank you for sending it out there. I wonder if you know who said this quote you included – I absolutely love it and feel the need to post it on my wall (actual wall above my desk, and probably my Facebook wall too)

    “The universe does not need more successful people. The planet desperately needs more peacemakers, healers, restorers, storytellers and lovers of all kinds.”

    Thank you!
    Clare

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  3. mummaz
    Feb 03, 2013 @ 11:39:35

    I love all the quotes and the images.

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  4. idebenone
    Feb 11, 2013 @ 08:39:05

    The word solstice is derived from an ancient Latin word meaning, “stop,” or “stand still.” Ancient beliefs held that on winter solstice, the longest night of the year, the sun and moon stopped in their flight across the sky.

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