Today’s the darkest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere.
Earth’s North axis is pointed furthest from the Sun, making it the darkest day of the year. It reminds me of the perfect conditions for planting a seed. When planting flowers or vegetables, it’s so important to make sure the seed, (the hope, the dream, the desire) is covered in a bit of dark, moist earth to protect and nurture it until it’s developed enough to stand on its own in the elements. The Sun revisits the sign of Capricorn today, after a year long tour through the other signs. Ask yourself what you were doing last year at this time and reflect on how this cycle has helped you to grow as a person. The personal seeds we plant today create a cycle that lasts all year. And this year, because of the pivotal conjunction building towards January 12, 2020…
this marks a beautiful time to plant those seeds of faith, hope, and love that can germinate for the next 29 years.
Set your intention. Fiercely project it out there into your energetic space. Nurture it. And let the magic unfold. Hoping there’s something here for you. 💕 Lori P.S. According to Happiness researcher Sonja Lyubomirsky, Ph.D,
“50% of happiness is determined by your genes. 10% of happiness is determined by the circumstances in which you live. 40% of happiness is determined by your actions, your attitude or optimism, and the way you handle situations.”
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Some facts about this Solstice:
- Astronomers predict a bumber crop of dazzling meteors, courtesy of the Ursids meteor shower
- This Winter Solstice begins exactly at 11:19 pm, EDT.
- Throughout the ages, see how people have reverenced and celebrated the Winter Solstice.
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