Summer Solstice, Embrace The Light, Step In To Your Power

solstice rituals

It’s Solstice, the light workers & shapeshifters are at the peak of their powers. Summer is full of Supermoons & magical potential. Keep an ear open for births, proposals & weddings. Love rituals are among my most requested love tarot readings at this extraordinary time of year. Align with that extraordinary energy! Midsummer (not the village where everyone gets murdered, the holiday) known to to Pagans as ‘Litha’, is the epicentre of the season when the Sun is honoured & fertility rituals are offered to Mother Earth. The Empress Tarot card represents the goddess & is the embodiment of the divine feminine.

The Summer Solstice, here comes the Sun!

The solstice is a pagan holiday that celebrates the sun and the goddess of light. It is also a time for celebration and feasting.

The summer solstice, also known as Midsummer’s Day, is one of the four solar holidays celebrated by neopaganism. The solstice is the day with the longest period of daylight in the Northern Hemisphere and is observed on June 20 or 21.

Neo-paganism, which often refers to modern pagan religion, has been experiencing a surge in popularity in recent years. This can be attributed to increased interest in spirituality among millennials, who are more likely to identify as “spiritual but not religious”. The summer solstice is a time when there is an increase in energy and vitality as the sun fires up the summer party season. The word “solstice” comes from Latin words meaning “sun” and “stand still.”

What should I do on the Solstice?

The Summer Solstice is a time for celebration and for many people, it is the most important day of the year. It is a time to celebrate the longest day of the year, and to rejoice in the natural beauty around us.

There are many ways that you can celebrate this special day, from simple rituals to more elaborate ceremonies.

People often make charms and symbols to wear and carry on the day. This includes items such as flowers, herbs, crystals, stones, and other talismans.

It is said that wearing these symbols can help us feel more connected to the earth’s energy. I rarely leave the house without a fist full of rings, necklaces & pocketfuls of crystals.  

On the Solstice I fully charge myself with talismans & trinkets that have called to me & been acquired from visits to home in Glastonbury. I particularly like citrine & moldavite as a manifestation combination on this most significant of days. Herb wise I like Heather to honour inner beauty and spirituality, plus Lavender for tranquility & harmony.

My best tarot readers are busy performing Summer Solstice Tarot Spread Readings. What does this holiday herald for you? Dive in to a free tarot reading online & discover what might be waiting for you around the corner.

Ritual can also help us to feel more confident in our own power or it can help us find our own power if we are feeling disconnected from it. The Solstice is a time to really appreciate how far you have come, what challenges you have defeated & fall in love with yourself all over again. If you are feeling slightly out of touch with your power a psychic reading by phone could be the direction you are searching for, my best psychics & clairvoyants are waiting with your answers.

The Solstice is the most powerful of days, be sure to celebrate the Earth & focus on manifesting the life you know you deserve to be living, have a magical day.

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