5 Simple Lughnasadh Ritual Ideas

5 Simple Lughnasadh Ritual Ideas For Lammas Infographic

Hi Friends!

Lughnasadh is just around the corner, so I thought I’d share a fun post with some simple Lughnasadh ritual ideas. Lughnasadh is also known as Lammas just in case you’re wondering πŸ™‚

Essentially Lughnasadh celebrates and honours the tradition of the first grain harvest. It is the first of three harvest festivals which stretch from August 1 (Lughnasadh) to September 20 or 21 (Mabon) and wrapping up on October 31 (Samhain).

Whether you’re incorporating a Lughnasadh spell kit into your celebrations or just heading out for a stroll in nature, the first harvest festival is always full of magick.

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Looking for more info about Lughnasadh, the deities associated with it and magickal correspondences? Then check out theseΒ printable magickal info cards!


I’ve also included the suggestions outlined in the infographic above, in the section below πŸ™‚

5 Simple Lughnasadh Ritual Ideas

Bake Bread

The traditional celebration of Lughnasadh honours the first grain harvest. Bake a loaf of bread or some biscuits with gratitude.

Light a Candle

Light an orange, gold or yellow candle to celebrate the seasonal energy as the Earth heads into the harvest season.

Have a Brew

If you are of legal drinking age, then celebrate the grain harvest by sharing a brew with your loved ones.

Go For a Walk

Head outdoors for a walk to soak up some green magick. Breathe in the seasonal smells of Earth with mindfulness of the beginning of the harvest season.

Home-Grown Dinner

Celebrate the beginning of the harvest season by incorporating herbs or vegetables from your garden into a nice meal with loved ones.


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