Lughnasadh marks the beginning of harvest season. Summer is coming to a close and we can now enjoy the fruits of our labor from the year. The name “Lughnasadh” is said to have come from the Celtic God of the Sun, Lugh. Lugh was the one who shined his light onto the earth and gave life to the plants that we planted earlier in the year. Not only does it relate to our food but also our goals and aspirations.
You know those goals you set in the beginning of the year? When you work with Lugh he will bless you with courage and the will to keep pushing forward. Helping you to grow your dreams into reality. Tap into the energy of Lugh when you feel tired and unmotivated. Place carnelian on your altar or workspace to represent Lugh’s boldness so that you have it as a reminder to keep going.