In Feng Shui, one of the 8 rays of Chinese Medicine, each season is associated with an element. The element for summer is FIRE!! This is my FAVORITE season!! I have worked for years as a glassblower, so have spent a long time using fire within my artmaking process. I’m also a huge fan of reggae, where the word “fire” is used very often. In fact, the nickname for Capleton, one of my favorite reggae artists, is “The Fireman”. Here in the Pacific Northwest, although it usually doesn’t get TOO HOT, we do have significantly more daylight than in many other parts of the country. Sunset on the Solstice here isn’t until after 9pm. Summer solstice is one of the most powerful times of the year to set intentions, so in this post I’ll give you some tips on how to maximize your alignment with the universe so that you can be really clear about your intentions.
What special intention setting rituals do you use for the Summer Solstice?
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By Jean Prominski, Certified Professional Organizer
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