Let us give thanks to our sustaining solar source of light and love with Kwali Kumara.
The summer solstice marks the longest day of the year where we can expect roughly seventeen hours of sunlight! This happens because at this time the tilt of the Earth's axis is most inclined towards the sun, directly over the Tropic of Cancer.
Traditionally celebrated as an ancient pagan festival, this day marks the middle of summer, a time that was considered the most mystical where the veil between worlds was at its thinnest and the elemental kingdom was at its most powerful. Today it still holds this magical energy for those who wish to utilise it for positive intentions and affirmations. Join Kwali Kumara to celebrate the great sun god 'Ra' and create magic together. Let us give thanks to our sustaining solar source of light and love with a sun-worshipping kundalini kriya, meditation & Gong relaxation.
"Come home when you can because there are two things in life: Summer Solstice and Winter Solstice when the divine cosmic energy can help you to elevate your consciousness and your health." Yogi Bhajan.
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