The winter solstice is upon us, and with it comes the longest night of the year.
For many people this is a time to celebrate the coming of winter and the shortest day of the year. But for others, the winter solstice is a time for contemplation and reflection.
This year, take some time to reflect on the past year and set some intentions for the year to come. Winter is a time of rebirth and renewal, so use this time to reflect on what you want to change in your life.
And if you are looking for a way to celebrate the winter solstice, why not try a winter solstice ritual? There are many different ways to celebrate the solstice, so find one that resonates with you and try it out.
You may be surprised at how relaxing and rejuvenating it can be!
Winter Solstice Is: Intimate
For pagans, the winter solstice is one of the most important days of the year. It is a time when the sun is at its weakest and the days are at their shortest. But it is also a time of hope, when we know that the sun is coming back and the days will start to get longer again.
The winter solstice is a time for doing ritual.
Pagans believe that this is the time the veil between worlds is at its thinnest and we can communicate with our ancestors and otherworldly beings more easily.
This is a time for reflection, for planting the seeds of what we want to manifest in the coming year. So if you are feeling called to do something special on the winter solstice this year, here are some amazing ideas to get you started!
Do Something Intimate
With this being a time of transformation, reflection, evolution, focus on some self care activities.
Maybe get a massage, take a day at the spa, or create an at-home spa ritual with meditation and breathing practices for yourself. Give back to your soul that gave so much to the world over the past year.
Winter Solstice Is: Stillness in Chaos
The Winter Solstice has been celebrated for centuries by many different cultures and religions. It is time to come together and celebrate the turning of the seasons.
There are many different ways to celebrate the winter solstice. Only a few will be mentioned here, but what is most important is you choose something that speaks personally to you!