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Ecology ~ The Music of Nature

Rainbow Light Trust is based Calderdale, West Yorkshire in the north of England.  We are very fortunate to be surrounded by nature’s garden in this ruggedly beautiful part of the UK.   It is always healing to be able to walk and sit quietly in nature, focusing on the sounds and sensations around us.  Looking at
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Ecology ~ Nourishing the Senses

  ‘The Sensory Rainbow  is a sensory healing programme for children with profound and multiple handicaps.  Dynamic possibilities for healing are created through an understanding of energy flow, using colour, sound, music and creative play. The manual is of interest to parents, teachers and health-care professionals.  The ideas within the manual also offer creative sensory
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Ecology ~ Everything has Consciousness and is Interconnected

Today is unique Look at the sky – it is constantly changing; the clouds will never be the same again today. The sunlight on the leaves will change.  The shades of green will lighten and darken in a moment. “Nature is painting for us, day after day, pictures of infinite beauty if only we have
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Ecology ~ Nature is the Interface between Humanity and the Natural World

Science now recognises that the earth has energy lines called meridians, which mirror our own; the primary energy source for ourselves and the planet.  When we accept this we can see the importance of being in harmony with the earth and everything on it because everything has consciousness and is interconnected.

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The Spring Equinox

Equinox = ‘equal night’ ~ from Latin ‘aequus’ and ‘nox’. There are two equinoxes in a year, in March and September, when the sun shines directly on the equator and the length of day and night is almost equal.  In March, in the northern hemisphere, it is known as the Spring equinox and in the
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The Winter Solstice

“In seed time learn, in harvest teach, in winter enjoy.” William Blake The winter solstice is generally celebrated on the 21st December, although the astronomical date changes from year to year.  This is the longest night of the year and, symbolising the rebirth of the divine spirit of life, it has been a time of celebration
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The Autumn Equinox

  Equinox = ‘equal night’ ~ from Latin ‘aequus’ and ‘nox’. During the September equinox, which takes place around the 21st September, the sun crosses the celestial equator, moving southwards in the northern hemisphere and northwards in the southern hemisphere.

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A Midsummer Meditation

An Irish Blessing   When the first light of sun – Bless you. When the long day is done – Bless you. In your smiles and your tears – Bless you. Through each day of your years – Bless you.     The Summer Solstice The Summer Solstice is known by many names, including Midsummer
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