Keywords: Focus, Transition, Amplification
The solstice happens twice a year when the Sun reaches its highest or lowest point relative to the celestial equator. In Latin, solstice translates to “Sun stands still,” with the Sun appearing to halt in the sky as it makes its descent in the shortest day of the year (winter solstice) or ascent in the longest day of the year (summer solstice) in the heavenly skies. Solstices are significant because they represent the Earth’s relationship to the Sun and the Sun’s ability to shape seasons and give life to the planet. Look at how the Sun affects you. Really feel its ability to give you energy and help you nurture your life force.