Summer Solstice Significance



Something with extraordinary power and hard to deny, is the beauty of the kisses from the sun that dwells high up in the sky. The summer solstice, a time of abundance and light, may it fill every corner of your life making everything bright.

The summer solstice (22nd December) is the longest day of the year in the southern hemisphere.

Spiritually summer is a time where we flourish. The transformative effects of the spiritual pinnacle of the year, the Spring Equinox are felt in full force as we are urged to attain balance between effort and ease. By surrendering to the inevitable ripening that will take place from seeds planted long ago, you will discover that all will come to full fruition without struggle. It is a time to cultivate a practice of patience as life begins to unfold before you in its own divine way.

Welcome the fire of the sun into your life to eradicate and set free all of the things that no longer uplift you, that no longer teach you, that no longer enhance you. The summer solstice is a time to acknowledge the inner light in all those you cross paths with, recognising also that they are merely a reflection of yourself. It is a time to celebrate as one, to disconnect from the trivial and reconnect within to something that is far more precious and meaningful. 


Written by Nicole Ander