After a dark year, bring light back into your life.
The winter solstice, December 21, is the darkest day of the year. Afterwards, days slowly start getting lighter and lighter. You can use this natural event as a metaphor for your life. After a dark year, let light back in.
Angela Redding, with The Spirituality Project, shares three ways to do that. It starts with a pause. Take a moment in your day to light a candle, turn off the lights, and be still. She also suggests writing a letter to God, acknowledging some of the darkness you may have felt this year.
Find more advice on Instagram, @thespiritualityproject.