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Fire and Water, Sun and Moon, Achievement and the Need for Rest – Episode 19
This year’s Summer Solstice has come and gone. But our entry into the dark half of the year has just begun. My European ancestors divided the year into two seasons, summer and winter. The Summer Solstice was known as Midsummer. … Continue reading
Want a meaningful way to celebrate the holiday season?
It’s early-December. Here in the northern hemisphere, the days shrink as darkness, unstoppable since the Summer Solstice last June, relentlessly nibbles the light. This battle between night and day is as old as time. And things are about to change.
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SUMMER SOLSTICE ~ WATER and FIRE
In June of 2015, I led a Summer Solstice ritual at Meg’s, a gift shop and spiritual boutique in Manchester, CT. With my European ancestors in mind, we envisioned people living in ancient times and imagined their anxiety as the … Continue reading
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