Yesterday we had Winter Solstice and soon Twelfth Night starts. Winter solstice is the day with the shortest period of daylight and longest night of the year. From the 24th of December until the 6th January we will have Twelfth Night, 12 holy nights between Christmas and Epiphany. The 12 days also resemble the 12 months of the year and predict in each case the events in the assigned month. It is a time of looking inward, reviewing the old year and previewing the coming year.
Enjoy this time and withdraw to your inner sanctuary. Enjoy the tranquility and harmony. This inner space is always there for you. Enjoy the lightness that surrounds you when you enter this space.
In the recent past, it has been about pursuing a goal with discipline and perseverance and working with focus towards it.
We are now invited in the Twelfth Nights to surrender and enjoy. Go with the flow and review the last year, have a look at your success and make space for reflecting, celebrating and drawing back instead of making plans and working with focus.
It is unconscious that the theme of self-love is an issue especially in relation to the physical body. Accept your body as it is, look lovingly at every part of it. Treat yourself also lovingly, through care of your hair or skin, nutrition or sports.
The subject of self-confidence is conscious. It became clear what your own interests and abilities are and that you want to use them. One does not want to stay any longer in situations that do not allow this.
As Asanas for our Yoga Session I chose today:
Very intense and joyful, but also relaxative and detoxing asanas.
- Extended Side Angle Pose
- Camel Pose
- Reclined Hero Pose
- Plow Pose
- Half Lord of the Fishes Pose
- Corpse Pose
- Yoga Sequencing Deck
- Ask your Guides
- Das Orakel der indischen Götter
- Wild Offering Oracle