Author: Bashabi Sarker

Where did the Easter Bunny come from?

Easter is around the corner and in the shops we see the classic Easter holiday symbol the Bunny rabbit, but where did the symbol come from? The meaning of different Easter traditions have been forgotten over time with a lot of the roots being Pre-Christianity, the Holiday by many is regarded as a celebration of […]

St George’s Day

Celebrated on 23 April every year, St George’s Day is England’s national day. The commemorative day honors the country’s patron saint on the anniversary of his death. Although not a national holiday buildings are usually decorated with flags bearing the distinctive red St George’s cross.   Who is St George? According to folklore St George […]

Halloween – What’s It All About?

Halloween is an annual autumnal celebration that combines traditional harvest festival commemoration with more unusual customs. Halloween means the day before All Hallows Day (or All Saints Day) and takes place on October 31. Modern day customs usually involve dressing up in garish outfits, trick or treating and decorating your home with hollowed out, carved […]

Spirit animals and what they mean

The history of spirit animals dates back to the beliefs of Native American Indian tribes and Australian Aboriginals. These beliefs blend Animistic and Totemistic ideals that can be found in other religious belief systems and ideologies. Animism is the belief that all plants, animals and objects have spirits or souls. Therefore, those who ascribe to […]

Spring Equinox Rituals Around The World

March 20th is the date of the spring equinox (also known as the Vernal equinox) in the Northern Hemisphere. This event occurs when the sun crosses the celestial equator, and at this time neither the North pole or the South pole is tilted towards the sun. The Latin word equinox translates to “equal night”, and […]

Manifesting Valentine Love Abundance

Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to appreciate and celebrate Love itself. Instead of focusing your feelings and emotions on a particular person choose to expand your awareness by cultivating love from within. When you have an abundance of love in your heart you can manifest whatever your heart truly desires. It Must Be Love […]

Celebrating Chinese New Year

    The traditional custom Chinese New Year is a 15-day festival that is usually divided into three periods: the preparation days preceding the festival, the festival days, and the days after the Festival Day. The 25th January 2020  marks the start of the Year of the Rat. Follow our tips to help you celebrate […]

What’s Your Spiritual Resolution?

  As Christmas and the New Year approaches it is once again time to turn your attention to resolutions. Giving up unhealthy habits in the hope of making some improvements is a challenge that very few people maintain for any great length of time. This year make it your spiritual resolution to change your perspective […]

Pyromancy For Bonfire Night

  The 5th of November is commonly associated with Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder plot, and bonfire night. Many of the old historical significance of this event has now long been forgotten, in favour of modern firework display, celebrations and organised bonfire events. Pyromancy is the ancient art of divination, by means of fire, and is […]

Bringing More Laughter Into Your Life

Laughter is the perfect antidote to many of life’s challenges. Having a good laugh is beneficial to your emotional and physical wellbeing in a number of positive ways. A proper belly laugh helps to reduce feelings of stress, anxiety and pain, and also triggers many healthy physical and emotional changes in the body. Are You […]