The Pursuit of Enhancement Podcast
I’d like to wish you all a happy holidays/Festive season and a Happy New Year whatever that may be for you. Try to make some time to evaluate what this last year has taught you. What you want to bring into next year and also what you want to manifest and create for 2020. What do you want life to look like. What do you want to achieve. How do you want to feel in 2020?
Silence and isolation are brilliant for discovering these things. I know Christmas can be a busy and hectic time. But try to make time for yourself too.
As many of us spend time with loved ones, don’t forget to show love to those that may not have loved ones or perhaps may have lost sight of the fact that they are lovable because they exist.
We are also in the winter solstice time (even tho I’m in the Southern Hemisphere I still feel more of the winter solstice pull) “The winter solstice time is no longer celebrated as it once was, with the understanding that this is a period of descent and rest, of going within our homes, within ourselves and taking in all that we have been through, all that has passed in this full year which is coming to a close. Like nature and the animal kingdom around us, this time of hibernation is so necessary for our tired limbs, our burdened minds.
Our modern culture teaches avoidance at a max at this time; alcohol, lights, shopping, overworking, over spending, comfort food and consumerism. And yet the natural tug to go inwards as nearly all creatures are doing is strong and the weather so bitter that people are left feeling that winter is hard, because for those of us without burning fires and big festive families, it can be lonely and isolating. Whereas in actual fact winter is kind, she points us in her quiet soft way towards our inner self, towards this annual time of peace and reflection, embracing the darkness and forgiving, accepting and loving embracing goodbye the past year.
Winter takes away the distractions, the buzz, and presents us with the perfect time to rest and withdraw into a womb like love, bringing fire & light to our hearth.” Words by Brigit Anna McNeill
I’ve already got some new episodes in the bag which I’ll be releasing in the New Year. I want to thank you again for listening and following me on Instagram.
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That’s all from me for now I’m Peter Ledwidge, this is the Pursuit of Enhancement podcast, I’ll catch you next year, in the meantime remember to work hard, be kind, stay humble and smile often.