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Yule, Winter Solstice, Christmas Post Roundup

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Winter solstice is fast approaching. The posts in this roundup will help you learn how witches and pagans celebrate during this season, how we blend secular and religious practices, and new traditions you may want to add into your end of year celebrations.

Remember that the winter solstice is all about light, the return of the sun, and protecting ourselves from negativity. The end of the year is a doorway, a liminal moment when we can choose to step into a better and brighter future.

A good way to prepare for this change is by starting to make changes in our lives now so that we aren’t caught off guard later. It’s also an opportunity to reflect on what has gone well and what needs to be improved.

Learn More About Yule

Yule, the winter solstice, or Christmas are all celebrated around the same time. At the end of the year, witches celebrate the return of the sun with various spells, stories, and traditions. The posts in this list will be updated as I discover more things to do for the holidays.

The Winter Solstice, also called Yule, marks the shortest day and longest night of the year. The weather is colder, the world is more dangerous, and we all wait for the warmth to return.

Whether you celebrate the return of Persephone or follow some other winter tradition, there are many rituals that can help ease your worries over the cold months ahead.

If you want to add some extra magic into your celebration, consider the information in the posts below.