A Summer Solstice Reflection

Tiny fire at the moment of the Solstice (5:13 AM ET). The clouds are little puffs of cotton, gently teased by the breeze into long strands, stretching and fading in the brightening sky. I am alive this morning, simply, with my plant and animal siblings on this small piece of land that is mine and... Continue Reading →

An HKW Vernal Equinox Rite

This is a ritual honouring the Earth Mother and the Dawn, designed to be performed by one person, preferably in the morning, preferably facing East. Do not let these suggestions limit you from performing this rite; we do our best. If performed within a week on either side of the Vernal Equinox, this ritual includes... Continue Reading →

This is the season of harvest:Of first fruits and grains, of the bounty of the fields through earth’s sorrow.This is the season of contests:Of warriors and friends, of strength of bodies and quickness of minds.This is the season of gatherings:Of fairs and of tribes, of colourful arts and displays of talent.This is the season of... Continue Reading →

At the Shoreline

Now that our son is older and is becoming increasingly interested in our practices, we are reintroducing the practices that we once kept with regularity. For us, it's important to have a physical practice, on the land, in places that have become special to us. So we gathered some offerings and set off to the... Continue Reading →

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