Imbolc & Valentine's Day Resin Incense
This beautiful glass jar of resin incense was crafted for the Sabbat of Imbolc, but would also be lovely for use as a Valentine's Day blend. Use this blend to initiate new projects and maintain hope in Early Spring and throughout the season. It's a nice sweet yet earthy incense that has been crafted with specific resins and herbs to help welcome in the season. This incense was lovingly made in Canada by skilled artisans. For use with charcoal discs, also sold here. As with all incense, this blend is intended for burning only. 28 gram glass jar, good for multiple uses.
Imbolc is the time of initiation,
the time of beginning. We look forward to spring and summer, preparing
for the activities done in the warm time of year. We order seeds from
catalogs and make vacation plans. Imbolc is a time for weather magic
and divination, as evident in the tradition of "Groundhog Day".
This holiday is also known as Candlemas, or Brigid's (pronounced BREED) Day. One of the 4 Celtic "Fire Festivals. Commemorates the changing of the Goddess from the Crone to the Maiden. Celebrates the first signs of Spring. Also called "Imbolc" (the old Celtic name).
This is the seasonal change where the first signs of spring and the return of the sun are noted, i.e. the first sprouting of leaves, the sprouting of the Crocus flowers etc. In other words, it is the festival commemorating the successful passing of winter and the beginning of the agricultural year. This Festival also marks the transition point of the threefold Goddess energies from those of Crone to Maiden. It is the day that we celebrate the passing of Winter and make way for Spring. It is the day we honour the rebirth of the Sun.
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