Summer Solstice/ Midsummer

Summer Solstice
Grimoire Of A Kitchen Witch
by: Rachel Patterson

Coven Life®

20th – 23rd of June

Litha is the Summer Solstice, it is midsummer – the longest day and the shortest night of the year.

Solstice is a time to stand still, to stop and take stock of our lives and what we are doing, to celebrate what we have achieved and to acknowledge our failures, make sense of our actions and learn from them.

The Summer Solstice is a time to count our blessings, to celebrate life and pass on the spirit of generosity and goodwill.

The Earth is pregnant with the coming harvest and the Sun is at His peak.

~SYMBOLS~

Fire, Sun, Oak Trees, Sun Wheels, Flowers, Sunflowers, Fruit, Faeries, Sickles, Seashells and Circles.

~IN THE GARDEN~

The Summer Solstice is an excellent time to harvest herbs for drying, to use in magical works. Herbs collected on…

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