It has Salt for purification, Bay Leaves for wishes and growth, Cedar for grounding, Rose petals for love, Cinnamon stick for protection, Star Anise for meditation, Thyme for healing, and Rosemary for Remembrance.
(I don’t know where I found this poem)
Kindling the Fire
As I kindle the flame upon my hearth,
I pray that the flame of Brighid may burn in my soul,
And the souls of all I meet today.
I pray that no envy and malice,
No hatred or fear,
May smother the flame.
I pray that indifference and apathy,
Contempt and pride,
May not pour like cold water on the flame.
Instead may the spark of Brighid light the love in my soul,
That it might burn brightly through the day.
And may I warm those that are lonely,
And whose hearts are cold and lifeless,
So that all may know the comfort of Brighid’s love.
Plate I painted for Imbolc
2 drops Frankincense
4 drops Rosemary
6 drops Cinnamon Bark
2 drops Vanilla extract
2 t Grapeseed Oil
Add a small hematite, garnet, and clear quartz crystal to the bottle. I printed out a photo of a Rowan tree and put the oil on top of it in the center of the Flower of Life grid I was using, and then surrounded it with Black Tourmaline in the Merkaba shape. A spicy, sunny scent for awakening the earth.
- 5 drops Sandalwood
- 5 drops Vanilla extract
- 6 drops Jasmine
- 2 drops Balsam
- Mix with 2 Tbsp. Grape Seed Oil
Imbolc Poem by Wolf Woman Ways
The wheel turns once again, the patches of
snow cover the green grass that lies below as
it seeks out to greet the Sun, as the barren
ground awaits the return of the Sun in order
for its seeds to burst forth and receive. It
patiently awaits its time in the Sun to
prosper and grow.
I have been making SoulCollage cards for an online class. This is the Empress card I made using a picture of Brigid.
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