Solstice Ceremony | Meditative Movement | Sound Healing | Community
THE LIGHT RETURNS
Give yourself the gift of a gorgeous, quiet night of nurturing the Light within.
During this time of the longest night when we naturally want to go in, but often end up being even more active because of the holidays, this is a chance to enjoy a tranquil, quiet evening to slow down and savor peaceful, inner space in loving community.
Plus, humans have celebrated solstices and equinoxes with dancing, feasting and community rituals for thousands of years. It’s in our blood!
GIFTS OF THE SEASON
Breathe fresh evergreens and be blessed with the ancient essences of frankincense and myrrh
With nourishing music and meditative movement (optional), journey into the dark and silence of yourself to connect with your inner light. Put this solar year to bed, light a candle with your own intention, create your own ritual or simply bless yourself with the gift of stillness. Simple facilitation will be offered in this sacred space to support you in observing the season in your own ways.
Vibrational sound therapy with Himalayan Bowls provided by Nicole Singleton.
Our 16th annual Midwinter celebration offers a respite from the hectic holiday season and will leave you feeling relaxed, refreshed and connected.
Friday December 21st, 2018
at the Krishna Temple
965 East 3370 South
Salt Lake City
For many years we’ve sold out, so be sure to claim your space!
Doors open at 6:30
Ceremony begins at 7:00, completes at 9:00
Followed by warm beverage and light snacks
Open to the whole community
Women, men and children (who can honor no talking in the silent space)
• Please plan to stay from start to finish.
• You’re invited to dress comfortably in white. It creates an ethereal feel that takes us from the ordinary to otherworldly. We’ll also have white face paint available for adorning yourself with more light.
Now are they but one lamp, one light, one sun.
– William Shakespeare
The Women’s Full Moon dance is a group that’s been gathering for 16 years on the Saturday closest to the Full Moon to reconnect with body and spirit in sacred space. We also host special events open to the whole community sometimes (usually Solstices and Equinoxes).
The Warm Springs Alliance is a non-profit formed to protect the Warm Springs landmark site, preserve the Wasatch Plunge building at 840 N. Beck St., Salt Lake City, and reestablish its role as a community gathering place where people of all walks of life come together—to soak in the hot springs, learn, heal, connect, and collaborate.
Big gratitude to our sponsor, Ecstatic Dance Salt Lake!