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These quarterly meditations celebrate the Equinoxes and Solstices'. Reconnecting us with the seasons and natural world.

SEASONAL
TRANSITIONS.

EMBRACING THE CHANGING SEASONS.

Welcome to this Seasonal Transitions series of guided meditation practices. These quarterly offerings mark the changing seasons and celebrate and embrace the Equinoxes and Solstices.

Symbolically, these periods represent balance, equality and harmony, marking a time of rebirth, renewal and letting go of what no longer serves you. They also beautifully illustrate nature’s innate wisdom and resilience as plants and animals slow down, change colour and prepare for Autumn and Winter or begin to blossom and awaken as they return to life after the colder, darker months. 

So wherever you are, we are sending equinox and solstice blessings to you. Take a moment of stillness with these seasonal meditations. Give thanks and celebrate this time of transition. Much like the natural world, we hope you embrace this new season and find beauty in life's everchanging cycles.

SPRING EQUINOX.

As the Earth awakens from her winter slumber, join us for a seasonal pause of the Vernal Equinox.


Continuing our month-long International Women’s Day celebrations, we explore the power of gathering in sisterhood, embracing the magic of community and celebrating this season of rebirth and renewal.

Recorded in March 2024.

Blooming Garden

SUMMER SOLSTICE.

Today, as we bask in the longest day of the year, we invite you to honour and give thanks to the changing seasons by taking a moment to connect with the Earth through this heart-centred meditation.
 

Lie on the ground and breathe deeply, either in your imagination or in a peaceful outdoor spot. Feel yourself as part of the living, breathing planet, activating your heart as the centre of care and connection. 

Recorded in June 2024.

Autumn Leaves

AUTUMN EQUINOX.

Gather among the trees, where you can reflect and connect with the natural world. 

Take a moment of stillness in your day as we guide you into the resting arms of the forest, preparing for the new season.

Recorded in September 2023.

Image by Kenrick Mills

WINTER SOLSTICE.

Sink into the quiet of the forest underworld and rest in the loving arms of Nature.

A space where there is nothing to do but simply be.

Recorded in December 2023.

THE EQUINOXES AND SOLSTICES.

EXPLAINER:

While the solstices result in a change in the length of night and day, the equinoxes do not. 

The solstice (combining the Latin words “sol” for “Sun” and “sistere” meaning“To Stand Still”) is the point where the Sun appears to reach either its highest or lowest point in the sky for the year and results in the longest and shortest day of the year respectively. Thus ancient astronomers came to know the day as one where the Sun appeared to stand still.

The word “equinox” descends from “aequus”, the Latin words for "equal" or "even," and “nox” for "night". It’s particularly apt as it’s used in astronomy to describe the point when the Earth's axis is tilted neither toward nor away from the sun, resulting in a nearly equal amount of daylight and darkness across the world. 

Image by Quino Al

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