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Three reasons why the Summer Solstice is so meaningful
Make a change this Summer Solstice
The Summer Solstice, also known as the longest day of the year, falls between June 20 and 22 every year. This year, the beginning of the astronomical summer season falls on June 21.
Ever since the Winter Solstice, the sun has been slowly growing and the days have steadily been getting longer. On the Summer Solstice, the sun reaches its peak and it completes its cycle of growth.
This is an extremely powerful moment in our year and here’s why …
This makes the Summer Solstice an excellent time to reflect on peak moments in your own life. What accomplishments have you completed that you feel proud of?
It is also a great time to reflect on some changes you want to make in your life. Further your education, start a new career or just generally try something new.
This part of the year marks the end of one crop rotation and the beginning of another.
Once you have taken time to reflect on what changes you want to make, now is the time to make them. With the days growing shorter, there is no better time than now to start making those small changes in your life and begin the next cycle.
From the day of the Winter Solstice to the day of the Summer Solstice, the days begin to grow in length until they reach their peak.
This means that now is a great time to start something new. It marks the beginning of a journey throughout the year where you can start to grow. This can be growing in your personal development, growing your business, or growing your skills. Either way, now is a perfect time to begin your new cycle.
If you are looking to grow your skillset or change your career, then maybe you should consider an apprenticeship.
Click here to enquire about an apprenticeship and you’ll be amazed how far you will have changed and grown by this time next year.