Dear Sunrise Walker Friends, I will not be leading a Sunrise Walk this January 6 Epiphany due to shelter-in-place. First, congratulations, you have made it through 2020. Not an easy year. We have all had to learn new ways of working, relating and being in the world. I am sure there are many times we all […]
Walk with a word through the year For this walk, I ask people to ponder a word that they might carry as they walk through the year. Voice your word for this new year on Perihelion Day when the sun is closest to the earth. Yes, we have a couple days when the sun is closest […]
We have been blessed with the starry nights and time to vision within. As you begin to move towards the new year, you can see each star that you have meditated upon, to represent someplace in your heart that will hold you up like a sky-hook. What have your inward visions been? What dreams will hold you up in the New Year?
I woke up this morning and smiled at the rising sun. ~ Bob Marley This year, we will walk one day on January 6th. There is something unique about Winter Light. This light is soft and easier on our eyes than other times of the year. Spending time outside and receiving this light can touch […]
There is a special magic about the Epiphany Sunrise Walks, as a thousand shades of silver lay across the crystal frosted landscape. On this walk, our footsteps were met with a crunching sound as we stepped upon the stomped grasses. Those grasses had been touched by the below freezing temperatures. Find out more here.
Likes all sunrise walks, this is a mini-pilgrimage. During the Epiphany walk, we have come full circle through the year and have the opportunity to reflect and meet ourselves anew. Now is the time to map/vision the year ahead. Read more here.
As we prepare to walk in these winter sunrise walks, there seems to be an apparent stillness and quiet to the movement of the sun and to the land we walk upon. For some, this is an opportunity to reflect on the year behind us and to map/vision the year ahead. Read more…