Mid January often feels like a 'between' time. We are in the center of the winter. Square to it. Brave faces and cold cheeks.
The holidays are over, kids are back in school and the days are getting longer. We begin to day dream about Spring and our gardens, about a time when there is more sunlight and increasingly warm days. Yet, there are weeks of snow and ice between ourselves and Spring's glossy green stems.
Still, we wake to frosty mornings and cold houses. Bed seems a more rational choice. Now more than ever, it is time to bolster and nourish ourselves, to dig deep into our inner coffers and embrace afresh the opportunities winter holds.
Winter nights are so deliciously perfect for candle light and tiny rituals. For weaving spells, through our dream time and for our future.
Jars of beautiful dried herbs and spices await your imagination. They are the thoroughfare to get you from here to the emerald vibrancy of spring. The plants await the whisper of our deepest secrets and help to enact our brightest health. We have but to ask.
One of my favorite ways to work with the magic and healing power of plants is to incorporate them into food, teas, drinks, and other deliciousness.
Lark Fox is a Priestess, an herb wyfe, Seer, intuitive healer and ceremonialist.
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