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Lughnasa – Christine Valters Paintner

July 31, 2019

“Lughnasa (pronounced Loo-nassah) is one of the ancient Celtic feasts celebrated on August 1st marking the time of the beginning of the harvest and the gathering in. It is said to honour the Celtic sun-god Lugh who was an ally to the farmer in the struggle for food.”

— Christine Valters Paintner, PhD, Sacred Seasons: A Yearlong Journey through the Celtic Wheel of the Year – A Self-Study Online Retreat

What fruits in your life are ripe and ready for harvesting now? What are the energies you yearn to gather inwards as we move to celebrate this ancient Celtic feast of Lughnasa?

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