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Winter Solstice 2020: Brighter Days Are Ahead

Jennifer Mulholland & Jeff Shuck
December 21, 2020

Good morning! Today, Monday, December 21, we celebrate the Winter Solstice – the shortest day and the longest night in the northern hemisphere.

This year, the Solstice also bears witness to one of the most powerful astrological events of the century: the Great Conjunction. The Great Conjunction is the name for a the alignment of Jupiter and Saturn. This year, the two planets will form a rare Christmas star in the night sky, appearing closer to earth than any time since 1226 AD. 

On this day of the Great Shift, we invite you take a conscious part in the world you want to create. Join us as we tune-in, slow down, and connect in head and heart to imagine healing, harmony, and happiness to be the reality we live in.

We've compiled a video, guided meditation, and a few other rituals and tips to help you slow down, reflect, and manifest your deepest dreams for the year to come.

It's been a hell of a year. But the Solstice is a reminder that literally, brighter days are ahead.

We wish you a wonderful Winter Solstice and a healthy and happy holiday season!

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Watch the video. 

Learn more about the Solstice and celebrate the lighter days that are ahead.

Winter Solstice 2020

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