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As we enter into a season of renewal here in the South, embracing the Winter equinox, I find myself reflecting on the beauty of this time of year.

Ahh Ngwedi!

Ahh Nomkubulwane!

This is a time of transition, of shedding old habits and embracing new beginnings. 

In many traditions, the Winter equinox is a time for introspection and reflection. It is a time to take stock of our lives, to evaluate our progress, and to make the necessary adjustments to our plans and goals. It is a time to update our vision boards, to set new intentions, and to align ourselves with our highest purpose. 

The April full moon is celebrated as the "pink" moon, in honor of the Spring equinox on the other side of the world. The eastern North Native Americans named the April moon the "pink" moon in reference to the blooming of the pink wildflower, Phlox Sabulata. For us in the South, as we usher in the season of Auset, we are reminded of the cyclical nature of life, of the constant ebb and flow of the seasons. 

During this time, it is important to guard our thoughts and to cultivate positivity and gratitude. Our thoughts have the power to shape our reality, and by focusing on the positive, we can manifest our desires and create a life filled with joy and abundance. As the saying goes, "we are what we think," so let us choose thoughts that uplift and inspire us. 

While the Spring equinox brings manifestation and growth, for those in the North, the Winter equinox signals a time of rest and rejuvenation, for us in the South. As the days grow colder and the gardens begin to wither, it is important to take care of ourselves and to prioritize our health and well-being. 

One of the best ways to build our immunity during this time is to steam with flu-related herbs, drink herbal teas, and maintain a diet high in vitamin C. It is also crucial to stay warm and cozy by wearing warm clothes, blankets, and socks, and to rest as much as possible. As the wise elders Sr Noma and Gogo Noma would say, REST is the ultimate medication for flu, so be sure to listen to your body and give it the rest it needs.


Our bodies are always in tune with nature, and by listening to its signals, we can prevent illness and stay aligned with our true selves. Winter, like all seasons, will come and go, so let us embrace this time of rest and reflection, knowing that it is an important part of the natural cycle of life. 

As we honor the Winter equinox and the arrival of the "pink" moon, let us remember to take care of ourselves and to prioritize our health and well-being. And as we navigate this season of renewal, may we find joy, peace, and abundance in all aspects of our lives.

Lesedi 🕯️🕯️🕯️

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