divine summer solstice


The energy pattern of the earth changes according to its position in the solar system at different times during the year. These seasonal changes influence both the animate and inanimate matter in nature. Around March 21, the North Pole starts titling toward the sun and continues until approximately June 21, when it receives maximum heat, energy and rays, is marked by the summer solstice. In Sanskrit this is called Uttarayana “towards the North.”  

Along with being the longest day of the year, June 21 also marks the reversal of energy, and the flow of energy moves from the earth outward. During this period, there is a forced expansion and the earth produces material effects that ensure the harvest will be complete. In the joyous beauty of nature, the flowers mature to full size, planets grow from seeds, and life blossoms.

On a spiritual level, the rays of the sun pour generously into our minds and we are able to perceive clearly and understand the things that need to be done. We are inspired by the light, and we are given illumination and clear vision to accomplish “things” in our lives. Therefore, this is an optimal time to dig deep into our earthy hearts.

With those thoughts, tap into the consciousness of nature, experience the transformation of healing energy, and dance under the SUN!

Join me on Sunday, June 21 at 10:30am on the National Mall to celebrate the powerful energy of the day. Location: SE corner of the intersection of 15th & Constitution. Register online if you can (FREE class).

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~ by Faith Hunter on June 4, 2009.

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