June Daily Celebrations

June

  • June 1-Chinese Childrenís Festival. Kiss a child or honor the Maiden within you.
  • June 2-Juno Reginaís Day-Queen of Rome. Enjoy an Italian meal or toast Her with a glass of good Italian wine.
  • June 3-Festival of Pax-Goddess of Peace. Light a blue candle for peace and harmony.
  • June 4-Old Maidís Day. Reclaim this day by celebrating your singularity/uniqueness. Light a black candle for the Crone at your altar and offer Her Frankincense and Myrrh.
  • June 5-World Environment Day-Dedicated to Gaia. Spend part of the day outside. Take along a bag and pick up trash.
  • June 6-Day of Artemis of the Crossroads. Leave Her an offering at a dangerous intersection.
  • June 7-Day to adorn statues of Athena. If you have one, decorate it with appropriated items. If not, anoint yourself with olive oil.
  • June 8-Festival of Bendida-Thracian Moon Goddess. Light a white or silver candle in Her honor when you see the moon tonight.
  • June 9-Festival of Vesta. Scry in a fire or candle.
  • June 10 ñDay of Anahita, Persian Love Goddess. Demonstrate your love for yourself or another.
  • June 11-Day of dedication to Fortuna. A good day for divination.
  • June 12-Hebrew grain festival dedicated to Ashtoreth. Feed the birds some grain.
  • June 13-Feast of Epona, Goddess of Horses. Riding a horse symbolizes a way to take control of your life. Celebrate this day by blessing whatever transportation you use.
  • June 14-Birthday of the Muses. Celebrate your creativity.
  • June 15-Celebration of the Muses: Calliope - song, Clio - history, Euterpe ñ lyric song, Thalia ñ comedy, Melpomene ñ tradedy, Terpsichore ñ dance, Erto ñ erotic poetry, Polyhymnia ñ sacred hymns, and Urania ñ astronomy. Select your favorite(s) and dedicate your day to Her.
  • June 16-Day Dedicated to Chalchiuhtlique. Look Her up in a Goddess reference and learn about Her.
  • June 17-Day of Eurydice. Ask Her for a dream or vision.
  • June 18-Day Dedicated to Danu-Celtic Great Goddess. Write Her a triad or wear something green.
  • June 19-Day of Heras. Who is your hera? Read about Her or celebrate Her life.
  • June 20-Day of Cerridwen. Make something in a cauldron or a soup pot.
  • June 21-Summer Solstice-Festival of Li, Goddess of Light. Spend the day enjoying the sunshine.
  • June 22-Candalaria, Festival of Yemaya. Go swimming or put your feel in a tub of water.
  • June 23-Day of Anu-Celtic faery Goddess associated with a pair of hills in Ireland called the Paps of Anu. Walk in the hills today or meditate on the hollow hills/Celtic Otherworld.
  • June 24-Day Dedicated to Arianrhod. Take a trip or ride a bike.
  • June 25-Tej, Indian Festival of Parvati. Be your own Goddess of healing and take care of yourself today. Relax, eat well, and restore your energies.
  • June 26-Iroquois Green Corn Festival. Walk in a garden or celebrate the growth of Summer in some way.
  • June 27-Festival of the Amazon Goddesses. Do something to improve your self-sufficiency today.
  • June 28- Iroquois Green Corn Festival. Walk in a garden or celebrate the growth of Summer in some way.
  • June 29-Swedish Midsummer Bride Festival. Celebrate the lusciousness of Summer with another.
  • June 30-Day of Aestas, Roman Grain Goddess of Summer. Bake and eat bread. Offer some to Aestas.

compiled by DeAnna Alba