It’s common when the winter season approaches to start to experience feelings of wanting to withdraw and hibernate away. The colder, shorter days encourage us to slow down. And this is not a bad thing! In nature we see this within much of the animal kingdom as well as many plants and trees. Winter is a time to turn inwards both physically and mentally. The colder temperatures begin to cool the surface of our body and body heat is drawn more internally to keep our core warm. Just as the animals hibernate to conserve energy for the growth period of springtime, it is a time for us to rest and rejuvenate. Read more...
Just as the trees let go of old, dying leaves and they float away, AUTUMN is a wonderful time for us to “let-go” of anything that is no longer serving us. It is a time to clear out the old so that we can gather inward for the stillness of winter. This can be letting go of old thought patterns, habits that are not supportive or things from the past that we still cling to. This can be a challenge because letting things go is often associated with a sense of loss or grief, but by not allowing these things to fall away, we wind up carrying a much heavier load. Read more...
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