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Embracing Your Shadow

 

By Skye Vonn

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Winter is the time of year for rest when the cold and freezing becomes the healing that sets the soil for Spring and our rebirth.

The significance of the Autumnal Equinox for the person walking the spiritual path is the time of year where we activate our new cycle of growth. As we become silent and rest we are allowing space for our greater vision to emerge.

As the days get shorter and the nights grow longer, we descend into the darkness of the night and face our own inner darkness—the darkness within, i.e. the ego and the subconscious—to prepare for the birth of the Light within, celebrated at the winter solstice.

The heart of spiritual practice is internal and is usually invisible and unnoticed by everyone else. By enacting the spiritual with a physical ritual, we can both recognize and make concrete our spiritual process that is part of our reality as a person on the spiritual path.

I encourage you to take some time on September 22 this year to acknowledge your life cycle and spiritual path. In doing so, you are honoring, not only your own growth and light within, but the ancient wisdom that has served our health and wellness for thousands of years.

6 Module eCourse

This course includes: 

A subject matter Podcasts for each module with Skye Vonn

Weekly YouTube Live Q&A Sessions

Meditations and Daily Rituals

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Modules

Module 1 - 

Behind the social role you assume, behind all your pretensions of being a good citizen, a fine scholar, a great person of faith, politician, parent, or whatever you claim to be...behind this facade, there is a certain element of an unreconstructed bum, not as something to be condemned or wailed over or ashamed of, rather as something to be recognized as contributive to one's greatness, and positive aspects in the same way that manure is contributive to the sweet fragrance of the rose.

Alan Watts