Spirituality

If you have ever wondered “What is Clairsentience, what is clairempathy and what is the difference between them?”, read on to learn everything there is to know about clairsentience vs. clairempathy. What is Clairsentience? I have discussed clairsentience in detail in a previous post (“Psychic Abilities: Clairsentience”),...

Augustus Caesar, Rome's first emperor after the assassination of Julius Caesar, completed his predecessor's calendar reform by also naming a month after himself. Thus meaning 'Augustus Caesar's month, August has, like other month, many spiritual symbolisms and meanings. Here are some of them. Spiritual Symbolisms and...

Like every other month, June has its very own, unique feeling, spiritual meaning and symbolism. Hosting Midsummer Day, this month radiates with solar energy, as do its symbols and affiliations. Symbolism of June Named after Juno, the Roman Goddess of Marriage (and equivalent to Greek mythology's...

As one of the four classical elements, Air has always been considered to be of great spiritual importance. Physically, we know that we cannot live without the air that we breathe, just as we need water to drink, fire to keep us warm and earth...

In classical thought, the four elements of fire, earth, water and air were thought to be the basis of all things. We’ve previously looked at the spiritual meanings of both fire and earth – now, it’s time to turn our attention to the next element,...

The four classical elements of Fire, Earth, Air and Water are found throughout different cultures and philosophies; spiritually, they form the basis of all things. We have already written about the spiritual meaning of fire, and as we approach the second harvest festival (the autumnal...

In classical Greek mythology, the Labyrinth was the complex maze constructed by Daedalus to hold the fearful Minotaur; in popular culture it’s the name of a 1986 Jim Henson musical fantasy movie starring David Bowie. In mystic circles, however, the labyrinth is something entirely different; it...

Paganism is a faith which is often misunderstood or mis-characterised; however, according to the 2011 census, there are over 75,000 people in England alone who identify as Pagan or as a follower of one of its major traditions. Paganism itself can be understood as a kind...

Fire has long played an important part in many faiths; from the Beltane and May Day fires to candles lit in churches for remembrance. It appears in symbols, myths and legends. In short, it has always been important to mankind. The Four Elements Fire is, of course,...

Once upon a time, the British Isles were thoroughly Pagan; Christianity began, of course, far away in the Middle East, so it had to be brought to this island, and the pagan residents converted. It was, however, not only the people who were converted, but...