Ostara is a magical time ripe for setting intentions and planting seeds in all areas of our lives.
While we often think of Ostara as March 20th, Ostara is celebrated across 4 days from March 20 through March 23. This is the time when light and dark are equal in our days as we step into the period where days will become longer than nights. New life begins to take hold as a fresh cycle of fertility, growth, and development kicks off in all corners of our universe. Traditionally, Ostara is the first of the 8 sabbats comprising the Wheel of the Year and may be a modern celebration of ancient Spring rites, festivals, and ceremonies.