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"Why do you celebrate Christmas? You're not a Christian." And here's the answer - I celebrate Yule (in my native language Finnish, even the Christians call it JOULU = yule).

APS: "Why do you celebrate Christmas?" And here's the answer - I celebrate Yule (in my native language Finnish, even the Christians call it JOULU = yule).

The Longest Night of the Year and Its Spiritual Meaning: How to Embrace the Power of Winter Solstice | via @learningmindcom | learning-mind.com

The longest night of the year is traditionally a time of spiritual significance when we can reflect, restore and find spiritual guidance for our lives.

3 Ways to Bring Meaning to the Winter Solstice

3 Ways to Bring Meaning to the Winter Solstice

December will mark the shortest day, and the longest night of the year. I’ve been anticipating how to best use this time to reflect on my spirit work and honor the coming of the sun for …

Throughout each age in human history, people have gathered to celebrate and honor the sun. These special rituals during the time of the solstice and equinox each year mark not only the movement of the sun, but the cycles of spiritual and physical life. Click here to read my latest post about solstice meaning and rituals.

Celebrating Light- The Spiritual Meaning of the Solstice

Solstice is a time of celebration and connection. Learn the spiritual meaning of the solstice as well as powerful ways to celebrate and welcome the light.

SUMMER SOLSTICE • What is the meaning of the Summer Solstice? Why is it a powerful day? How does it affect you spiritually?

The Summer Solstice is approaching. That powerful planetary moment when the tilt of the Earth brings us closest to the sun. This is an extremely powerful moment in our year and here’s why … The Sum

Solstice Meaning

Celebrating Light- The Spiritual Meaning of the Solstice

Solstice is a time of celebration and connection. Learn the spiritual meaning of the solstice as well as powerful ways to celebrate and welcome the light.

Ms Wibisono said: "If we use the original meaning, then no, 2018 has no Blue Moons. "There are three full moons between the winter solstice and the spring equinox (Jan 2, Jan 31 and March 2).

Super Blue Blood Moon captured in stunning images from around the world

Ms Wibisono said: "If we use the original meaning, then no, 2018 has no Blue Moons. "There are three full moons between the winter solstice and the spring equinox (Jan 2, Jan 31 and March 2).

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