How Can We Harness Winter?

How Can We Harness Winter?

Immerse in Winter…

These shorter days encourage us to lean into the nights, a time for softness, steadiness, stillness. We live in a cyclical world and each season impacts the next, we save more energy in the winter and spend more in the summer. Of course, if we don’t save, we have nothing to spend.

It’s All About The Small Changes

It’s All About The Small Changes

New Year, New Perspective

Often at the turn of a new calendar year, many people implement a change in their lives. There is a well-known pattern of gym memberships surging in January, then plummeting by March. While there’s no doubt that signing up to do something healthy for ourselves is always a win regardless of how long it lasts, if we end up seeing this as some kind of ‘failure’ in ourselves then it’s not going to be as beneficial.

The Power of Journaling

The Power of Journaling

Journaling is a very potent and accessible tool that can be harnessed for personal growth and to achieve our new intentions whilst manifesting change. Often, we are moving through life at a high speed, constantly looking forward towards the next thing. Journaling is a method of taking our foot off the accelerator pedal and tuning in to reflect on what’s been and how we’d like to grow.

Why January For Intention Setting?

Why January For Intention Setting?

January brings with it an air of newness that can, even though it’s the middle of winter, feel motivating and invigorating! We’ve passed the darkest point of the Year at that time and we’re moving back into the light! Often people choose the very end of one calendar Year and the start of another as an opportunity to reflect on what has been and from there, make choices about the trajectory they would like to continue to move in.

Honouring The Darkness & The Light

Honouring The Darkness & The Light

This is the darkest month of the year and the lack of daylight can present some challenges for many of us. When the sun rises around 8am and starts to set at 3:30/4pm, it can feel like we are somehow ‘losing out’ and it’s difficult to fit in what we may be used to doing in a single day.