The Meaning Of Summer

July 7, 2018

The seasons of life are constantly changing as a result of our choices and decisions. It is very important for us to move with the cycles of nature, and actually experience each one of them. Seasons are vital to our planet and to ourselves. During summer, the rays of the sun can dissolve all shadows in our lives. The sun is our source of energy and light; during summer, we should celebrate the light of consciousness within ourselves and within each and every person: no hiding, no secrets, no darkness. Summer is a time to reflect upon the potential for consciousness to awaken. It is the season of light, cheerfulness, articulation and fun. It is the season of intensity, renewal and great potential. Each season comes with its own sets of energy and attributes. Before summer begins, spring symbolises the season of new life, rejuvenation, and rebirth. Then, summer brings the sun and the longer days, filling the earth with energy that nourishes us and sustains life. Power, glory, illumination and vitality is present during summer. This season provide us with the perfect weather to enjoy nature. Summer nights are warm and welcoming. We are free to express ourselves, we don’t need to hibernate, or bundle up anymore. During summer, life is bold, with adventures around every corner.

Our ancestors have long considered the sun as the symbol of our existence. The sun is assigned to the highest of the Gods and became symbolic of the supreme authority of the Creator Himself. Nowadays, most of us tend to overlook the importance of the sun, and perhaps takes for granted its magnificent power. Throughout the ages, across various places, cultures, and faiths, sun worship is is present, and since ancient times, people gathered to honour and celebrate summer with ceremonies and rituals. The sun is the center of our entire solar system. In astrology, we also learn that the sun position is the center of our personality. There are lots of variations on the rituals to celebrate summer, the most important thing is to attune yourself to nature, and welcome the season in order to renewal your soul and invite positivity to your life. Summer symbolises freedom and growth for all of us, as we search for love, self-acceptance and our own identities.

You should take the power and principles of the sun into consideration when seeking fulfilment for your life. Summer is the time of fulfilment, it symbolises warmth and liberation. Use this opportunity to remind yourself how precious this season is, and create your own ritual in order to welcome happy vibes into your life, reinvigorate your goals, and to improve your inner energy. Honour the sun, celebrate life, and during this time, remember that you have an inner light, a special glow that no one else has.

Remember to thank God for the gift of seasons. Our lives would be pretty boring and uninteresting if it were always winter, or always summer. The seasons are here to show us that transformation is a natural part of life, and it is a vital component for our evolution. Our circumstances, needs, desires, and behaviours must naturally change and evolve, or we risk undermining our personal levels of happiness and fulfillment. Summertime is the season for rewards. As you create activities that allow you to connect with the sun’s great energy, try to align yourself with the sun power in a very meaningful way. Keep in mind that the joy you experience during summer will not last forever. There will inevitably be a moment when your thoughts, decisions and actions will naturally move you into another phase of life. Be aware of the fact that all your current actions may affect your near future. Nothing lasts forever, during summer, you will find it easier to think creatively, optimistically and have the passion to accomplish your goals and objectives. You will have the confidence and the courage to make solid choices and decisions that will paint the canvas of the life you are yet to experience.

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