Wheel of the Year: Imbolc

January 23rd and 27th, 2022

The Holy Sabbat of Imbolc

Spring enters the year at Imbolc as we notice the visibly longer days. The life force is stirring underground and preparing to awaken, as we prepare for the coming light half of the Wheel of the Year.  A time of spiritual dedication, initiation and beginning. In this class, we will explore the blessings of inspiration and the spark of Spring’s vitality. Receive a video lesson on Monday Jan 23rd, to view at your leisure. Then meet with me over Zoom on Friday Jan. 27th to learn a song or chant to enhance your Imbolc Ritual, with plenty of time for Q&A. Register now!

Meet your guide...

Rev. Judith Laxer

I have been teaching classes, workshops and programs on the Divine Feminine, the magickal arts, and psychic development since 1993, in my private practice as well as at conferences and gatherings internationally.

I have always been tuned into life in a magickal way with many psychic experiences as a child. As a teenager, I obtained my own Tarot deck, which initiated me into the mysteries. As I matured, I realized that the way I perceived the world was actually part of an Earth-based spiritual path. As a young adult back in the 1980’s, books were the only resource available to me about this way of life. I read everything I could get my hands on and began to put into practice what I gleaned there. Over time, these practices deepened into my devotional path, and in sharing it with others, I began to build community. My own lived experience is my greatest resource. In my 30’s I could no longer deny my calling and became a Priestess of the Goddess. I wanted to provide for others the mentoring that had been missing for me when I was coming up, and I began teaching Her ways.

Teaching is a special joy for me. The blessing of teaching is to witness and experience the successful result of what has been proffered. I feel honored that my students have taken what they have learned in my classes and enhanced their own spiritual lives, and many have gone on to become teachers, ceremonialists, and leaders themselves.