Winter is the season for stillness, which is a challenge for people who can’t sit still. If you can relate, try these strategies to meet yourself where you are.
On the longest night of the year, instead of lighting a candle or cursing the darkness, why not embrace the darkness? Here are 7 rituals to embrace the darkness of winter.
The rhythms of nature are often opposed to the rhythms of culture. At no time is this more obvious than this time of year.
The concept of “embracing winter” is foreign to many, because it runs counter to our cultural conditioning. But it is essential for our health and productivity.
Even in summer, there is winter.
The Winter Solstice is the shortest day of the day of the year. It’s a time to embrace the darkness and go within. Here are 3 rituals to help you celebrate the season.
In a culture of go-go-go we never fully arrive. The invitation at the Winter Solstice is to arrive, stay, and listen.