Finding light in the darknessRead Now
Hello Wise Ones,
One of my most favorite things this time of year is the lights strung up on trees and houses. The illumination filling the lengthening nights with spots of color and cheer.
In just a few days the longest night arrives, bringing Winter with it.
How are you feeling in these shortening days and lengthening nights?
Do you celebrate the Winter Solstice?
On this day when the sun returns we welcome the light back and with it, hope.
Even as the first day of Winter promises colder days and more varied weather, the sun promises that Spring too will arrive one day and that there is light to be had in the darkness.
In this week before Christmas when travel and shopping and gatherings spur hustle and bustle in the collective, I invite you to slow down and take some moments to breathe in the cooler air, to step outside in the darkness and see the stars, to light a candle and sit with it in the darkness.
If you want some inspiration for celebration take a listen to the Winter Solstice Playlist
And if you want even more you can get the Winter Solstice Celebration Guidebook crafted up by Erin LaFaive and I.
Prophecy and Dream
During this darker time of year we might find ourselves visioning and dreaming deeper and more often.
This is a perfect time for divination!
On December 30th at 4 pm PT, I am hosting Become the Seer-Prophecy 2023, where we will spend about 2 hours together, moving through a guided meditation and card spread for the coming year.
All you need is a deck of Oracle or Tarot cards (or two if you prefer) and your Book of Shadows (or a notebook).
Registration is Open.
I wish you all Happy and Blessed Holidays, whatever you might celebrate.
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Emily Morrison MA, MFT