Welcome Spring


Do you notice a difference in yourself during Springtime?

Before 1582, the Julian Calendar had the New Year beginning on the Vernal Equinox. The New Year used to coordinate with The Spring season. The introduction of the Gregorian Calendar changed the new year to January 1 instead.


One of the things that happened with all of this calendar change is that we began to get less in sync with nature. We began to fall out of rhythm with nature.

You can check this for yourself; if you notice anything different about how you feel during the beginning of January, as compared to when you begin to see new buds forming on trees and you hear birds singing again outside.

Do you notice a difference?

We ARE in tune with nature, biologically.

With the onset of Spring, we want to throw open the windows and air out our house (physically and metaphorically). Spring cleaning happens almost automatically. We tend to want to de-clutter, and get ready to be out of doors more. A new beginning.

As a fundamental part of this Spring Cleaning, its a perfect time to take stock in our lives.

How are we living? How is our health after being cooped up indoors all winter? Are we carrying out our lives in the manner in which we want to? Are we living true to ourselves?

Do we even know what being true to ourselves is? Do we know who we are and what matters to us?

I think that these questions are fundamental for Spring Cleaning. Because if we’re not on a path that supports who we are, we’re just pretending to live; and we’ll end up angry, insulating and generally checking out of our lives.

And let’s face it; there is more than enough evidence of checking out already all over the planet. We needn’t contribute any more.

Welcome Spring, welcome April, and here’s to asking the person in the mirror if we’re being true to them.

#spring #april #equinox #innerwork #selfcare #dowhatyoulove #nature#balance #yoga #declutter #outdoorphotography #canon#canonphotography

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