Monday the 21st of December marks the Winter Solstice holiday for the northern hemisphere. This is the day when the sun stands still (which is the meaning of the word solstice) at the lowest point in the sky and begins to ascend again - hence the use of phrases such as “rebirth of the sun” or “return of the light”. We’ve reached a turning point and from here, our days will begin to get longer and longer until we reach the peak of the sun’s height at the Summer Solstice in June.

If I could title this picture I would call it “harnessing my shadow”. That phrase just about sums up 2020 for me. I’ve spent so much time this year looking inward to discover what’s under the surface. I’ve learned to embrace the parts of me that I didn’t like, or that I kept hidden for protection and even found parts of me I didn’t know existed. And I’ve been slowly putting some of those things out into the world for others to see. Those decisions came with a tremendous cost. However, what I’m left with is a life much healthier for me than the one I previously lived. And one that’s definitely more enjoyable!

Our bodies have a voice that longs to be heard. That voice is movement. By engaging in movement that is guided by what we feel to be true (versus what we know to be true), we can channel our own inner wisdom. Intuitive movement is a personal practice of self expression that can transport us to a place of being fully aware and fully present in our bodies. When we move guided solely by our intuition, not focused on technique or choreography, dancing becomes something of a treasure hunt. We can discover our unique truth and embrace our authenticity. Inside this type of container we can begin to speak our innate soul language in a way that words can’t adequately express.

Channeling is the act of communicating supernatural knowledge received from the spirit world. Channeled movement is when those messages are received and expressed kinetically in the physical body. Connection to the spirit world and higher levels of consciousness is first achieved through some form of meditation. Movement is my chosen form of meditation. In my practice, I set an intention or ask a question and then begin to move, calling upon Spirit to guide me into higher truth and greater awareness. For me, these are holy moments where I step into deep waters and move with divine flow.

  • You are allowed to grow, evolve, and change your mind.
  • You belong to yourself.
  • You have complete autonomy and authority over your life.
  • Don't ever let anyone steal your power.

These are the things I have to remind myself of daily because for a good chunk of my life, I was taught the opposite. Things like compliance and conformity were rewarded in my church community. To question or think differently was to risk exile - and yes I’m speaking from experience.

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