Regardless of what traditions you follow, the spiritual meaning of Easter is a new light after sacrifice or tribulation
The long-awaited change of winter to spring.
Winter is a time to conserve energy and reduce activity. Spring is a time of regeneration, new beginnings, and a renewal of spirit.
Taking cues from nature and the Season of Spring ..
The energy of re-birth: of sheep lambing, of birdsong and nesting, seeds sprouting, trees and flowers blooming, the suns rays warming the earth and calling all for an immersion in nature; for outdoor explorations on foot or bike. Who doesn’t LOVE Spring ?
Are you embracing and attuning to the energy of this beautiful Season ? Inspired by it’s message of hope, new light, growth and transformation ?
“When you’re in a dark place you sometimes think you’ve been buried,
.. Perhaps you’ve been planted
… BLOOM “
There is a sense of renewal and new life all around and who can’t love that ?
The Principle of the Five Elements in Eastern Philosophy
The Principle of the Five Elements describes the flow of Qi (energy) and the balance of yin and yang (opposite energies)
According to the principle, all change: in the universe and in your body, occurs in five distinct stages. Each stage is associated with a time of year, a specific element in nature, and a pair of organs in the body. Change links together the seasons, aspects of nature, and body organs and processes.
Spring is the ideal time for cleansing and rejuvenation for overall health and well-being. Represented by the wood element. The liver and its complementary organ, the gallbladder. These two organs are usually the primary targets for springtime cleansing and health regimes.
Feeling it’s time to release old energy and behaviours and invite in new; to transform; attuning with the Season ? I invite you to stay connected , to check-out the New Event and Programme Announcements and why not join me for support in your journey ?