Date(s) - 22/06/2023
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
I am delighted to be holding a Summer Solstice Celebration on Thursday 22nd June from 7.30-9.30pm. The Summer Solstice is a beautiful time of year to pause, reflect, connect and express gratitude for the earth.
This will include a bonfire (weather permitting – or an inside wood-burner) and a reflection and celebration of this stage of the Celtic calendar and the Solar year. We will be exploring the themes of balance and gratitude all served with tea and cake. There will be some short guided meditation (no experience necessary), some singing (optional) and some time for sharing (always optional).
I look forward to facilitating this space at this wonderful time of the year.
Times: 7.30pm – 9.30pm
Address: to be confirmed upon booking
More about the Summer Solstice:
The Summer Solstice is a significant event that occurs once a year when the Earth’s axial tilt is at its maximum, resulting in the longest day and shortest night of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. People have been celebrating this astronomical event for thousands of years, across various cultures and civilizations.
The summer solstice marks a pivotal moment in the Earth’s relationship with the Sun. It signifies the official beginning of summer in the Northern Hemisphere and the point at which the Sun reaches its highest point in the sky. The alignment of the Earth and Sun during this time holds great astronomical and symbolic value.
Many cultures have long-standing traditions and rituals associated with the summer solstice. These celebrations often have roots in ancient practices, folklore, and religious beliefs. For example, the ancient monument of Stonehenge in England is aligned with the sunrise on the summer solstice.
The summer solstice is often seen as a celebration of light and life. The abundance of daylight during this time represents vitality, growth, and the flourishing of nature. Many celebrations involve bonfires, which are believed to represent the power of the Sun and ward off evil spirits. Additionally, the solstice is associated with fertility and the bountiful harvest season.
The Summer Solstice is often considered a sacred time. It is seen as a time of renewal, spiritual awakening, and the convergence of cosmic energies. Some traditions hold ceremonies, rituals, or meditations during this period to connect with nature, honour deities, or seek personal and collective transformation.
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