The winter solstice is both an ending and a beginning, a time to honor the death and plant seeds for new life that will incubate.
Even the things that look static are in a state of constant flux.
We often miss the moment of change, even when we are looking directly at it.
If we understand that nature makes no mistakes, then we might see that the virus is not here to get in the way; the virus is teaching us the way.
If you want to change you’re habits, you have to do something differently, which often feels wrong.
Through alchemy we can transform one thing into something else. But there’s no going back.