Yule, on December 21st, also known as Winter Solstice, marks the longest night of the year in the Northern Hemisphere.

It is a time to celebrate the turning of the Wheel of the Year, that after darkness the light always returns.

The stillness that one finds at this time of year if they are honouring the rhythm of nature is vital to restore their energy to prepare for all that they will be called to create in the coming year. It’s a time to find comfort in the shadow, to feel grounded in a time that one may be doing deep clearing and healing.

Those that resist the shadow may catch themselves getting caught up in the overwhelm and hustle that tends to distract most Westerners from the true importance of this time.

This is a very feminine time, where there is pleasure in mystery, where there is infiniteness in darkness.

This is a time to be sitting in that darkness, listening to what Spirit has to say, and getting creative in the zero point field with the paintbrush you stroke across it’s canvas.

It is a time to celebrate, that even when the ground is frozen, the cold wrapped around the land, that there is still life poking up through the snow, whether it be an Evergreen or a mistletoe bush that grows her red berries only at this time.

There is still so much abundance in a time of sleepy stillness.

I have slowed way down this past week with writing, only working to hold space for clients, but I will be going completely into the Underworld starting tomorrow for about week, staying off of social media. I encourage all other lightworkers, healers, creatives, artists, and mystics to do the same.

Much is being downloaded from the ethers at this time, be available for it. <3

May your Solstice be filled with magic and so much cosmic light.

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