Embrace the Winter Solstice with open arms
The winter solstice takes place between the 21 and 22 December depending where you are on this planet. It’s the shortest day of the year and longest night, marking a shift in the natural seasons. Due to the energy coming from planetary alignments during this time, it is and incredible time to focus on the ‘shadow self’ which is being illuminated and shift these internal energies.
Around the world there are ancient sights which are built with the perspective of ancient architecture which works in harmony with nature and the planetary alignments, all for the well-being of life on earth. To name just a few, the numerous temples in Malta, the Stone Henge in the UK, various sites in Egypt such as the Pyramids of Ghiza (as in the picture above), numerous pyramids and temples around the world like the Nazca lines or Machu Picchu in Peru, and sights which are currently still underwater.
All having the same ancient architecture functioning as a tool for humanity working with the sun, moon and all together the planetary alignment.
What does the Winter Solstice mean for you?
Marking the start of the winter season, it’s the shortest day and longest night of the year on which your ‘shadow’ comes forward the most and is illuminated the strongest. Fun fact: If you were to stand in the sun around noon on this day, your actual physical shadow would be the biggest compared to any other day of the year. ;)
It is a great time to rest, take a step back, and invite new birth into your life. It’s a time to reflect and focus on all the shadow sides of yourself which are being illumination and brought to light in order for you to heal, release and grow.
Embrace this beautiful shift in season with hands wide open allowing you to grow with your own evolution. Let’s learn a thing or two from our great ancestors, those who were here before us, before our current civilization, those in true harmony with nature and all that is.
We are generation change.
Enjoy! Yours truly,