The Winter Solstice has arrived in the Northern Hemisphere – inviting humanity to move out of the darkness and into the light.
What is the winter solstice?
Known as a pivotal day of transition, the winter solstice, celebrated this year at 10:59am EST on December 21, is the shortest day and longest night of the year. The winter solstice has been celebrated by thousands of cultures and communities across the globe since the beginning of time.
Why celebrate the winter solstice?
The winter solstice one of our favorite times of the year. It serves as an invitation to reflect on our growth, asks us to let go of what no longer serves us, and helps us get clear on what we desire to manifest and who we want to be in the coming year.
To help you tune in, we've created this guided meditation and solstice rituals to help you reflect, release, intend, and manifest the most magical year ahead.
To support your reflection and renewal, download our Free Winter Solstice Guide
– filled with winter solstice
rituals and journaling prompts.
Thanks so much for tuning in. Your light deserves the attention and the world needs you to shine more than ever!
You are the light you seek.
Happy winter solstice and happy holidays!
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