Today is full of life and energy in the northern hemisphere. We are close to the longest day of the year. (Of course, in the southern hemisphere – and we do have some readers in the southern hemisphere – you are almost at the shortest day and soon the days will be getting longer.) I love the fullness of energy and life this time of year.
Terrain, Digital Â© Diane Clancy
Last night I couldn’t sleep until very late as I was absorbing and integrating the fullness of the life force that was pouring into me from the night. I had been dragging for a couple of weeks, and I think the summer energy has turned that around for me. The spring energy of “allowing” has transformed into the fullness and joy of summer energy.
In this country, June 21 is when we celebrate the Solstice as the longest day of the year (of course meaning the day with the longest daylight of the year.) And June 23 is my favorite day of the year – and this year it is Midsummer Night in Denmark where they celebrate the Solstice with bonfires and festivities. We had 2 Danish families in our neighborhood as children and so they told us how June 23 was Midsummer Night. I think the date changes year to year – but this year it is June 23.
I hope you will join me in absorbing all the joy and life into your body and soul. And if you live in the southern hemisphere, I hope you are able to tap into your depths of your being as you wait for the light to turn around. Thank you for being part of my joy!
~ Diane Clancy