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Ostara - Journey Through the Wheel of the Year

Ashley Krout, Making Magic Simple and Powerful

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9 Lessons (20m)
    • 1. Introduction to Ostara

      1:19
    • 2. The History and Significance of Ostara

      3:05
    • 3. Osiris, king of the Egyptian gods

      1:32
    • 4. Magical Correspondences

      1:14
    • 5. Ways to Celebrate Ostara

      1:21
    • 6. An Altar to Honor Freya

      2:25
    • 7. Inner Work and Journal Prompts

      1:25
    • 8. Meditation for Guidance From Higher Self

      6:30
    • 9. Thank You!

      0:44

About This Class

Ostara is a pagan sabbat (a sabbat is a holiday) that celebrates the arrival of spring. By the time Ostara arrives, the earth has started waking up. It’s a time of rebirth, growth, and renewal. Depending upon where you live, flowers might be popping up out of the ground and the earth has begun waking up.

The seasons correspond to different parts of our growth so even if the weather doesn’t match spring, we can still utilize this energy to further our inner work.

With the Journey Through the Wheel of the Year Series, my intention is to breakdown the sabbats so you can implement them into your life without overwhelm.

Each year you can dive into the celebrations more deeply, but in the beginning, these classes can help you know where to start!

In this class you’ll learn:

  • The history and significance of Ostara
  • Misconceptions surrounding this sabbat
  • A quick story about Osiris, king of the Egyptian gods
  • The magical correspondences associated with Ostara
  • A list of ways to celebrate spring
  • How to make an altar honor Freya, the goddess of fertility
  • How to do inner work with several journal prompts and a beautiful coloring page
  • How to receive guidance from your higher self through an enchanting meditation

The class handbook and coloring page are located in the files section of the Class Project.