Litha is a holiday celebrated by witches and modern pagans all over the world. It is a celebration associated with the sun’s healing qualities. Rituals and spiritual practices during this period are particularly focused on renewal, new beginnings, good fortune, and abundance. 

The celebration held during midsummer’s eve was traditionally practiced in a large bonfire with other pagans a community. In the modern-day, Litha is often celebrated in the comfort of one’s home with corresponding ornaments, crystals, and candles. For numerous people, the summer solstice is considered a traditional practice with personal, creative touches based on their intuition.