On the winter solstice (Dec 21, 2019), a group of us got together to collect insights from our inner wisdom using fun oracle cards. We reflected on and celebrated how the winter solstice marks the return of light (as in longer and longer daylight each day) despite the feeling that we were moving into the darkness of winter.
Our principle inquiry for the seasonal stretch from winter to spring was: What part of you is wishing to come out of darkness and move into the light?
In my personal meditation, I saw an aspect of practitioner-me that wants to step forward and share the healing power of acupressure more widely. This has led to the new series of Seva Stress Release workshops, where I will be sharing how you can easily and quickly use acupressure for self-care (See my last email for more).
How about you? What part of you is changing, growing, and moving towards blossoming? It's not too late for this inquiry as there are 14 more days before the spring equinox! To support your reflection, please enjoy a 15min FREE meditation recorded at the last Winter Meditative Card Night.
Spring is the time of year to renew our hope and get inspired. This is especially vital now with the political climate and the spread of fear and worry over the corona virus. The spring equinox itself (Mar 19) is a great time to set intentions for the season ahead, relocate hope, and clear frustration, anger, and anything else in your way of blossoming. Please join me for the next Seasonal Card Night:
Spring Equinox: Meditative Card Night
Thursday, March 19, 6:30 - 8:30pm
Silver Spring, MD
***Register by March 12 for $10 off!***
Sign up @ shiraozsinai.com/spring-meditative-card-night.
May the budding trees inspire the budding of hope within you,
-- Shira Oz-Sinai
(Top image by Johannes Plenio from Pixabay; bud image DerWeg)
Shira Oz-Sinai is a spiritual teacher trained in iRest® Yoga Nidra meditation and Soul Lightening Acupressure®, two modalities that share the common principle of noticing what arises in awareness as the foundation to living life with ease and in deep and loving friendship with yourself. These are her musings.