Celebrating πŸŽ‰ Samhain πŸ“† ...


For those that don’t know, Samhain is a holiday most commonly celebrated by the Celts to honor the people who have died and the coming of winter. If you want to celebrate Samhain this year, let’s look at some of the perfect ways to do so. The exact date sometimes varies between different Pagans, but it’s usually celebrated on either October 31st or November 1st.

During this time, the nights grow darker, a chill fills the air, and the veil thins between our world and the spirit realm. For lots of pagans, this is a time for spiritual growth and reflection. The following ceremonies and rituals can be done as a group or by yourself.

1. Decorate Your Altar

Since Samhain falls around Halloween and in the fall, decorate your altar to represent the time of year. Use some fallen leaves, colors rich in harvest shades, black, burgundies, and purples. You can also use grave rubbings, skeletons, and skulls.

Take a Nature Walk