Winter Light and Stress Meditation
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Do you experience Seasonal Affective Disorder or the Winter Blues?
Do you feel like you are not yourself during the shorter sunlight days?
Does your energy shift into a deeper vibration when winter light sets in?
Many people suffer from some form of Seasonal Affective Disorder, or winter blues, during the long, dark winter months. In fact, six percent of the population of the United States, primarily in the north, is affected by Seasonal Affective Disorder. Another 14 percent of the adult population in the United States suffers from a less significant, yet still present form of seasonal mood changes, called the Winter Blues. This disorder also affects people world-wide, including people living in the southern hemisphere. There are also studies that show this disorder is linked to genetics in some cases. So, if your mother had a hard time in the winter, and her mother before her, and so on down the line, chances are you might experience some form of Winter Blues as well. (Source)
This meditation has been designed to support you through these dark moments. Listen to it as needed, when you feel down, or daily for regular winter health maintenance. I don’t make any claims that it will heal or cure you. Rather, add it to your seasonal winter wellness care toolkit.
Originally shared through one of the monthly channeled message sessions from the Council of Light years ago, the Winter Light and Stress Meditation has now been reworked formally with background music and the introduction and ending that are the markers of all the meditations I offer in the DLH online shop. Many thanks to Jason Shaw for his musical track, Acoustic Meditation from Audionautix Acoustic, through the creative commons license.
Please enjoy it and leave a comment as to how it has helped you. What do you notice after listening to it? I’m also curious: what other supports do you use in addition to meditation?