As white as snow: how to find the inner peace during the darkest season of the year.
Winter is the last of the four seasons, between autumn and spring. It, which coincides with the entrance of the Sun in the sign of Capricorn, is the day with the shortest day and the longest night. Afterwards, the hours of light become progressively longer. Other recurring elements of the winter season are cold and frost, often accompanied by snow. The season ends around March 21, when the Sun leaves the sign of Pisces and the spring equinox occurs.
Winter is also the ideal month to concentrate on yourself, to enjoy moments of intimacy and relaxation, alone or in the company of your closest friends. But how to find serenity after a whole year of commitments, responsibilities and duties? Let’s find out together!
-To live the moment in its fullness, to appreciate life in its infinite beauty is a choice that we can make at any time and anywhere.
-If you feel the need to stop, find your inner serenity, combining this with the pleasure of a holiday in the middle of nature.
-A journey to rejuvenate body and mind, learn how to maintain a healthy balance between mind-body and spirit at home, let go of all the stress, worries and accumulated anxiety and return home full of peace and joy connected with an infinite source of well-being.
-When we follow our thoughts, it’s like we’re behind a car driving at high speed on an unpaved road. We’re constantly being covered in dust and we can’t see clearly.
The solution is to keep our distance and…slow down: only then will we notice that the dust settles and we will feel peace return.
Your inner peace will begin on the same day that you no longer allow others to manage you. When your emotions cannot be manipulated based on unhealthy beliefs and the needs of others. So enjoy what you have and always chase your dreams!
By fulfilling our wishes and leaving aside what weighs on us, we will achieve the longed-for inner peace. Remember that self-respect has a limit called dignity, and no outrage can be admitted about it. No one is important enough to afford to bitteren your life.
If you liked my article “As white as snow”, have also a look at Winter is Coming