I enjoy this video when I am trying to concentrate on doing a post and my home sounds like I have about 20 children living in it. The only beings that live in my home are myself, my husband, and my two small canine familiars. My husband gets them worked up wrestling and/or playing fetch…where he go to get the toy and bring it back more often than the fur babies do…the older one, Cleo, has him trained well. My husband also really enjoys watching golf and I see no point in it (my personal opinion I know many avid golfers) and often will do a running commentary on how one or more of the players are doing. So I pop in my ear buds and this is one of my go to instrumentals to listen to, so my train of thought does not derail completely. Let me know what you think of this video and if you would enjoy more like it.
Another good song found jumping around YouTube
This is a play list of 50 videos that include songs in different languages with English subtitles and some different ways of celebrating Litha found on youtube.com
This is a playlist of 63 pagan songs for celebrating Litha also found on youtube.com
This is one of my favorite songs to listen to outside to drum and dance to
This is one song off a Yule playlist with 50 songs by S J Tucker and other pagan soloists and groups on youtube.com
This is one song off a Yule playlist with 112 songs by Enya and other pagan soloists and groups on youtube.com. This play list includes instrumentals that could be played during your Yule ritual and/or celebration. Some of the songs include prayers and other things that could enhance your Yule.
Each day I will bring you a new song an/or video and/or a back flash from Llewellyn’s Witches’ Datebook (these will range from 1999[1st year published] until 2019) for our upcoming Litha/Summer Solstice celebrations.
Today I picked a beautiful instrumental with amazing pictures and words that touched my spirit. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
Each day I will bring you a new song and/or video and/or a back flash from Llewellyn’s Witches’ Datebook (these will range from 1999[1st year published] until 2019) for our upcoming Yule/Winter Solstice celebrations.
Today I pick a song whose melody is from my first winter school program where the teacher for some odd reason gave me a short solo. I hope this song or the melody will bring you fond memories from past winters or give you a new memory to think back on.
Tomorrow will feature a flashback to Yule from Llewellyn’s Witches’ Datebook 2000
This is another pagan song I have on my youtube playlist. It’s a little different because of the beat of the music and how the men sing the song
One of my favorite Pagan songs.
I am Pagan and I am Proud
I hope you like it.
Blessed be dear ones.