May 2, 2011
‘Master your responses to external events–don’t attempt to control them.’

Deep rest, deep stillness.  It’s like an indulgent sleep that wraps its arms around you to guide you gently back to center.

 ~ Eileen Dey, Reiki Practitioner

Winter behavior is often characterized by introversion, depression, and being in limbo. Some have called this a “cocooning” stage. Nothing seems to be going on externally, but much work is occurring internally. Winter encourages you to spend time alone in reflection and begin to take a look at what you have done and what you haven’t done. Winters can last a long time, and consider that, in nature, there are areas of the world where winters are the dominant landscape.

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