I am a Pagan and follow a Celtic-based path. It always seemed odd to me to celebrate New Year’s Eve in the middle of winter. After I started studying Paganism, I understood why. The Celtic New Year, or Samhain is November 1, which means that Halloween, or “All Hallows Eve” is October 31. Once I started following the Celtic Wheel of the Year and celebrating the changing of the seasons, December 31 ceased to have much meaning to me.
We find ourselves just three weeks away from Samhain. A time to pay homage to those who have gone before and to sit in reflection of the year past and to not only set goals for the year to come, but make note of the adjustments needed in order to see those goals to fruition.
One way to do that is a “Wheel of the Year” reading. You draw a card to represent each month, starting with November and making your way around the Wheel to October of next year. Then you examine not only each card individually, but how the cards relate to each other. Soon, you will see a pattern and perhaps gain clarity with regard to what needs to be released, what direction you should take, what goals you should set for yourself, and perhaps even confirmation that you are indeed exactly where you are meant to be right now.
I have been guided to offer a free Wheel of the Year reading. I have several decks and typically listen to my intuition with regard to which one to use. Or I am sometimes drawn to use more than one. I will draw a card for each month, offering you both the meaning of the card and any messages I receive, as well as how the cards are interacting with each other. I also like to recommend a crystal or crystals to help you with whatever messages come through. I will e-mail you photos of the layout, as well as all of the notes I take during the reading. The process typically takes about 2 hours.
Just comment below if this is of interest. I will use one of those fancy schmancy computer generators to pick a number and then post the winner’s name on Sunday, October 19th.
Thank you for stopping by! I look forward to hearing from you.