One inspiring idea I've held on to about this much awaited winter solstice, is that it's a possible tipping point. In a session with Barbara Marciniak, she likened it to catching hold of a frequency current, en masse, and she used a harmonica to demonstrate it. We've been reaching for something higher, each in our own way. And that it finally "takes," and from there has its own momentum. The light begins to triumph over the darkness, because we've found it in ourselves.
Winter solstice is also Yule, the Celtic celebration welcoming of the Sun and the months of deep winter. The Sun goes into earth sign Capricorn, a deliciously inward time, for those who love the cozy months when all of nature is asleep. It's a time for the richest kind of solitude, under layers of cover, and get togethers that are somehow more intimate and joyful, a heart-opening combo.
I wish you and yours a resonant winter solstice and Yule. I started to say I have no special plans, but in truth, I intend to make it a meaningful day. And I hope yours is too.