Yesterday I walked into the mountains as the sun set, with my sister @suzanneyvetteobando , to celebrate the Winter Solstice.
The further in we got, the darker it was. Passing people by as they were leaving … to avoid the dark, and we were just arriving, right after dark.
A man asked if we had a light as he passed us by, of course we did, although we aren’t afraid of the dark.
The whole experience was a metaphor, as this wasn’t our first rodeo, we’ve have both been through the dark night of the soul many times.
It actually felt familiar, comfortable if I may say, because we both new the light would come the very next day.
We arrive at the hot springs exactly at 5:55, because it was all divinely designed.
It was completely dark, and too early for the moon to rise. We soaked in the springs, under the stars enjoying some chocolate, it wasn’t our first time.
We prayed to nature, we prayed to God, to keep guiding us for all to align.
I’d like to share the prayer I read out loud 3 times, a co-creation from a Winter Solstice Prayer and my own spice:
“As Above, So Below.
May the Longest Night and the Shortest Day, Bring Rest to yOUR Body, Mind and Soul.
May We Find True Guidance,
May We Find True Peace,
As the Cycle of Light WILL Increase.
Embrace the Magic that the Darkness Bears,
May The Light of Truth Pierce All Veils.
May We All Ways Be Blessed with the Light
With In, and May Well Being be yOURS as
The New Cycle Begins”
Amén, amén, amén 🙏🏾
A rebirth, an opportunity to redefine all the things that no longer serve us, a new cycle begins ✨✨✨