• Julie A. Hannon

Happy Solstice - Sacred Nights of Winter


For those of us in the northern hemisphere, we are in the midst of the darkest days of the year. This is a time when many turn inward... and it is indeed a sacred time of exploring what is in the dark and clearing out the depths so that we can access our potential.

And interestingly, this is a time when many people turn toward personal reflection and spiritual practice as a way to release the old and make space for what is new and wanting to emerge. This year for Solstice we gathered to clear our chakras of any energy that was no longer nourishing so that our "rainbow body" would be prepared to receive the light as it returns. And the traditional Solstice fire that began here in 2012, was continued this year with our group in Lexington.

As we step into 2020, be on the lookout for some guided meditations coming in the New Year, as well as a collection of Meditations for Mesa Carriers. There! I am putting it out there as my intention. What are you longing to share and simply not getting it done?

  • BREATHE. Lay your hands on your heart and breathe into that space and then breathe out. Start to follow your breath and observe your breath in and out of your heart space. Really see in your heart for a little bit. Give yourself the gift of six slow inhales and slow exhales every day in and out of your heart.

  • The more we experience places of timelessness, the more time we have in our day.

#shaman #podcast #meditation #solstice #shamanism

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