In the waning days of summer the tendency is to hold on and grip to the season. Through the gift of presence we can hold these final days without holding on.
Whether you look at nature or culture, we are in the season of fire. What that means for us going forward.
If you want to change something about your life, you must be willing to do things differently.
Welcome to summer. A time for action, light, intensity. And also, rest.
The end of summer is a time of transition. Here are 3 rituals you can do to help you navigate the seasonal shift.
Yesterday was the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year and the beginning of summer.If you’re looking to start a new practice or condition a new habit, this is the time.
You might think celebrating the summer solstice is just for spiritual junkies who relish esoteric rituals. But there’s a practicality to the mid-year pause that will help you boost your productivity.