Winter Solstice on December 21 is known as the darkest night of the soul .
It is said that it is a time when the veil between our world and other worlds and dimensions are at its thinnest.
The Winter Solstice is also a time where darkness gives way to the light.
The word Solstice translates to “sun stands still” and those in the Northern Hemisphere will experience the darkest day of the year.
It has long been believed that on this night, spirits visit Earth in order to offer guidance and insights into the year ahead.
In ancient times, sacred rituals were conducted to welcome in benevolent beings and any messages about the past, present or future they had to offer.
Because the Winter Solstice is the darkest day of the year. our minds, bodies and souls have more time to be in a heightened state of reflective awareness.
This allows us to not only receive psychic and intuitive messages but it also allows us to reflect deeply on the year gone by and where we want to focus our attention.