December 22 is the winter solstice, the darkest day of the year. Solstice means: Sun standing still. This midwinter celebration is one of the eight sacred observances in the wheel of the year. By honoring the wheel of the year we tune in with nature and to the dance of life.
Winter Solstice is a nature’s invitation for us to turn inward and PAUSE. Though we may be trying to tie up our lives before the end of the year, complete work projects before the holiday, and get those last minute gifts and social obligations in, your body is asking to be still and silent. Make time this week for inner inquiry. Journal and reflect, take a walk, have a cup of tea, and rest. The potency of your light lies within you, go to your inner space and welcome the coming of the light.