The Reason for the Season | Whitefawn Wellness
Regardless of your cultural traditions, personal beliefs, religious affiliations (or lack thereof); I believe December 21st is the most important day for all to celebrate. Winter Solstice is a time of great meaning and spiritual importance for our lives. In my opinion, it is the most sacred of all holy-days this month. It is a mystical time to make a connection with what's going on in nature and to reconnect deep within. It is a time to honor our traditions, ancestors, and our beliefs. Solstice is a naturally quiet time of year in which to offer prayers of intention for bringing into fruition our hopes and dreams for the future. The word solstice comes from the Latin word solstitium. Sol, means "sun" and -stitium, means "stoppage." The sun actually stops for a brief moment in time on the solstice. Think about it...it's the longest, stillest, and darkest time of the year. It is a perfect time to take a cue from nature and stop to reconnect with what is truly important; therein lies the