Whether or not you try frithing, Imbolc is good for psychic work: still the dark time of the year, but looking toward spring. It's also a good time to make your space hospitable for such work, banishing old energy to clear the way for new. Traditionally, witches purify themselves and their space at Imbolc. Any kind of cleansing or banishing will do, but consider ones that include fire and water, sacred to Brighid. Once purified, you're ready to go further; at Imbolc, covens initiate new witches. The spark of summer dances in the future now; Imbolc is a good time to seek inspiration, especially for healers and smiths of words or metal.
To do so, try the following spell.
Bring to your ritual space a cauldron or chalice filled with earth or sand; a white, silver, green, purple or rainbow-colored candle; a candleholder; oil to anoint the candle; paper; and a pen you like or with appropriately colored ink. Ground and center, cast a circle and ask for Brigidís presence. Then anoint your candle in Brigidís name, and lighting it write on the paper the aspects of your work in which you want inspiration. When youíre done, raise energy and put it into the paper, then light the paper with the candle flame. Drop the burning paper into the cauldron; making sure the entire paper is blackened. Then thank Brighid and bid her farewell, and take down your circle. The next day, relight the candle and by its light rub some significant tools of your work with the ashes. Then either sprinkle the remaining ashes onto your garden or houseplants or drop them in a park in a place that feels inspiring or pleasant. Imbolc is a white time; burning with inspiration and protection, cool with healing and purification. Prophesy flares, painting luster on the dark. Light your candle, call on Brighid, and know that under the snow the seeds of spring stir.