Winter Solstice: Take a Breather
This Friday, December 21st, is the winter solstice and the official first day of winter. This is the day when the sun moves into the sign of Capricorn, and it is also the shortest day and longest night of the year. The sun is at it’s lowest point on this day, and this happens because Earth’s north pole is tilting at it’s furthest distance from the Sun. Hope, accepting darkness, and having faith the darkness will end are all spiritual themes of this annual event. Just like bears hibernating during the winter months, this is a time for you to draw inward and to practice stillness and patience. Lighting a candle is a good way to honor the winter solstice; this simple ritual is a celebration of light in the darkest hour.
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