The Summer Solstice, also known as Midsummer’s Night, or Litha, is the longest day of the year and when the Sun reaches its peak in the Northern hemisphere. It marks the onset of Summer, and the days that follow become shorter as the Sun begins to wane. It is a celebration of light and abundance before the hard work ahead harvesting crops.
The Sun is believed to hold powerful energy for regeneration, renewal, and self-reflection. You can celebrate this light and natural event by engaging in one or all of the following activities:
- Watch the Sunrise.