The Pagan New Year


We now enter the Celtic New Year, leaving behind the old year, and embracing all the possibilities of the New.

Whatever regrets you have for the passing year, throw them away and make a new path. This is a time for beginnings and planning for the plantings in the spring.

What goals will you plan? What crops will you sow?

What things will you do next year differently?

Its important to recognize that if you continually have the same goals every year, and you’re not finding fruition, then you must change your ways to see a different effect.

Change can be a good thing, even if it feels like the world is tearing apart. Once cleared, you now have room for growth.

Changes must occur on the inside if you expect change on the outside. Look to your weaknesses that hold you back, what obstacles you’ve placed in your way? Do you hold onto fear, anger, and regret? Learn to let go to allow for that place to fill with courage, forgiveness, and satisfaction.

This is a new day.


One response to “The Pagan New Year

  1. Greetings, Great Pot and in the Spirit of Change,
    I thought that you might like my machinima film of
    The Song Of Amergin, as A Samhain Story,

    Blessed Be By Stone and Star,
    Celestial Elf ~

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