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Celebrations Through the Year

Please find below a series of videos we are producing – one per month – to celebrate the spiritual side of each time of the year including the eight traditional Celtic festivals.

Each video is about two minutes long and there is also a playlist of these on our YouTube channel which you can access here.

Winter Solstice – Shortest Day

Enter into the experience and meaning of Winter Solstice through this short, meditative video. The Winter Solstice is celebrated by many people all around the world and is one of the eight Celtic festivals in the year. It happens around the 21st of December when the night is longest and the day is shortest. It signifies many things including the coming of the light.

Imbolc – The Festival of the Earth Awakening

Enter into the experience and meaning of Imbolc through this short, meditative video. Falling mid-way between the Winter Solstice and the Spring Equinox, Imbolc is one of the eight Celtic festivals in the year. It happens around the beginning of February and signifies the rebirth of the land and the coming of spring.

The Spirit of February – Purification, Transition and Change

Enter into the experience and meaning of February through this short, meditative video. This is part of a series exploring the months and Celtic celebrations throughout the year.

Spring Equinox – the first day of spring – Celtic Festival of Awakening

Enter into the experience and meaning of the Spring Equinox through this short, meditative video. Marking the point where day and night are of equal length, around the 20th of March each year, the Spring Equinox is one of the eight Celtic festivals in the year. It signifies the Earth awakening.

Beltane – the Celtic May Day Festival – the Beginning of Summer

Enter into the experience and meaning of Beltane through this short, meditative video. Midway between the Spring Equinox and Summer Solstice, and celebrated at the start of May, Beltane is one of the eight Celtic festivals in the year. It signifies the beginning of summer.

The Spirit of May – Fertility and Expansive Energy

Enter into the experience and meaning of May through this short, meditative video. This is part of a series exploring the months and Celtic celebrations throughout the year.

All these videos were produced in 2021/2022 by Piers Warren (https://www.pierswarren.co.uk/)