Ostara marks the Spring Equinox & the time at which day & night are at equal length. “Ostara” means “light of the Earth” as the days increase, while the sun raises higher into the sky, & darkness begins to wane. Thus, the inner darkness within our own psyches has the potential to bring forth light & new beginnings. The land sprouts its first blooms & the trees become full & lush again. Just as the seeds & the bulbs beneath the soil are growing into fruition, it is a time for the creation & gestation of new ideas, as well as a time to honor Mother Nature & her abundance. The main themes of Ostara are Balance, Nurture, & Growth. This is a good time to complete the Spring Cleaning (physically & mentally) & to start working on the ideas that were planted initially during Imbolc. Both Goddesses, Eostre & Blodeuwedd are celebrated during the Spring Equinox as representations of the natural, wilder side within us all. While Eostre holds symbols of fertility, such as the hare & eggs, Blodeuwedd holds symbols of sacredness & of honoring Nature with the owl & wildflowers.
This set is meant to inspire celebration of the Spring Equinox, Ostara, & the Spring Goddesses through a connection with Nature & the Ethereal.
The mini set includes:
-Pink Drawstring Bag
-Anointing Oil with Bergamot, Chamomile, Lavender, & Coconut Oils
-White Chime Candle
-Pink, Blue, & Green Rough Calcite Chonks
-Eostre Milk Offering with Organic Coconut Powder, Organic Cane Sugar, Organic Honey Granules, Organic Heather Flowers, & Violets
-Ostara Spring Green Tea Bag with Ginger, Green Tea Leaves, Lemongrass, Mint, & Lemon Pieces
-Information & Rituals on Cardstock
-Eostre & Blodeuwedd Deity Cards
Rituals in the DRAWSTRING BAG & BOX Sets Include:
-Lady Spring Ritual
-Ritual for Balance
-The Magickal Hare Transfiguration Ritual
-Invoking Eostre Milk & Honey Offering
-Eostre Tea & Meditation
Corn Dolly & bouquet NOT included.
*Each item is hand-sourced or handmade with intention for celebrating & honoring the Imbolc season. We do not make any guarantees on the outcome of each ritual, as each person is different.