(Keep in Mind to Switch the Date to December 21st in the Southern Hemisphere)
Each season and celebration has its vibe and energy, and Litha and the Summer Solstice are no different! It’s got a punch of power and symbolism, and all we need to do is slow down and observe what Nature is showing us.
Please note that I make every effort to ensure this information is correct and accurate through my own experiences and referencing sources throughout AND at the bottom of this article.
Posts on this site may contain affiliate links that allow me to earn a small commission from your purchases (at no extra cost to you!)
Many Pagans, Witches, and those interested in Nature Spirituality celebrate the seasonal cycles. Sometimes referred to as the Wheel of the Year, and consisting of eight celebrations. Four of these festivals (Imbolc, Beltane, Lughnasadh, and Samhain) are rooted in Celtic history and origins.
The other four (Spring Equinox, Summer Solstice, Autumn Equinox, and Winter Solstice) represent the sun’s location. I created a complete guide to each season, including history, traditions, symbols, correspondences, ritual ideas, and how you can celebrate.
Table of Contents
- Visit a Sacred Site
- Create a Flower Crown
- Divination Work
- Welcome and Greet the Sunrise
- Watch the Sunset
- Gather Wildflowers
- Thunder, Lightning, and Epic Rainstorms
- Solar Powered Water
- Solar Summer Solstice Ritual
- A Gift of Green
- Create a Powerful Solar Sigil
- Summer Solstice Fire Celebration
- Create Your Own Prayer Flags
- Begin Again or Start Fresh
- Create or Buy a Suncatcher
- Cool Down and Refresh