Autumn Winter Newsletter

Welcome to my favourite time of year.

It’s time to tune into your senses and take in the smells, noises and beautiful colours of Autumn.  I feel so very lucky to be surrounded by fields, trees and wildlife as it’s food for the soul.

As the days are short, it’s super important to take advantage of the light.  Ditch the inside jobs on a sunny day.  Grab your beanie and wellies and stride out.  Even more important if you are working from home.

Create space in your diary and don’t put it off as there is always something to do!!!

We had a Scorpio New Moon on Sunday 15th November at 5.07am.  It’s a time to look back at this year and really take stock at the context and content.

To see what you have discovered about yourself and your life.  To think about what you would really like to leave behind AND what you would like to manifest and bring in.

I invite you to really take some time over this and for sure you will manifest change. For me, Autumn is a wonderful opportunity for reflection before reaching the Winter Solstice which is Monday 21st December.

The Winter Solstice is the shortest day of the year and the longest night of the year.  It is the moment in the year when Earth is tilted as far away from the sun as it will be all year.

It is also a day in which Pagans see the “light and the darkness being in perfect balance’.  It is the start of Winter!  A yin time where we have the opportunity to be quieter, take time to rest and to tune into Mother Earth.  I always look at it as Kidney recharging time.

I am busy planning some workshops for next year.  Probably around Imbolc at the beginning of February so look out for those dates early January.

I am still planning to run the NADA workshop in December but as we are currently in lockdown the venue might have to change but will keep you posted.

I am trying to continue to keep as much going as possible as it’s definitely needed in the community.

Wishing you all good health and a happy heart.

With love Sarah Xx

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