Tag Archives: astronomy

Midsummer Love!

Today, in the Northern Hemisphere, we’ve reached the point at which the Sun is the furthest North it will travel in our sky. After another day or so of apparent stillness (the word Solstice means still sun), and then we will observe it traveling further and further south until we reach Midwinter, and come back […]

Annular Eclipse!

Can you feel yourself descending inward? Pulling back towards the center of your self? If you’ve been resisting this transformation, now could be just the time to let go and allow yourself to reflect and release with the Dark Moon on Sunday before we begin anew with the waxing phase of the lunar cycle. This […]

Midwinter Morning

This morning we climbed up the Northern hills of our valley to welcome back the Sun… We got to watch the sun peek over the ridge line into a clear blue sky, a welcome sight after weeks of haze and little sunshine. As the sky grew lighter, and the dawn’s rosy glow swept across the […]

How Much Time Does it Take to Shine

It takes over 150,000 years for light particles to move from our sun’s core to it’s shining corona. Once the photons radiate out, they reach us just 8 minutes later! How much energy is churning within each of us, building up over the years, just waiting to shine out and be seen, felt, and appreciated? […]