Fri, 21 Jun|
Highfield Country Park
Celebrating the Summer Solstice at Highfield Country Park
The summer solstice (Litha) marks the longest day of the calendar year and the beginning of summer and its all about rejoicing in the present moment
Time & Location
21 Jun 2019, 19:00 – 20:00
Highfield Country Park, Manchester M19 2RY, UK
About The Event
Celebrating the Summer Solstice
Highfield Country Park, Levenshulme
*Meet at Bowler St entrance to the park 10 mins before the session starts*
Over 16's only please, no prior meditation experience needed.
£7 per person
The summer solstice (or Midsummer) marks the beginning of the season that contains the utmost bounty, abundance, and beauty. It's also important to note that while the sun lengthens each day leading up to the summer solstice, the night also launches its careful domination over daylight when this seasonal shift takes effect, gradually shortening our days once again. The summer solstice is a reminder that we should appreciate beauty while we have it, because beauty never lasts forever.
IT'S ALL ABOUT REJOICING IN THE PRESENT MOMENT. This makes Midsummer the ideal time to fully embrace everything that you love about life. Summer flies by in the blink of an eye, and by the time the solstice is over, a significant section of the season has already passed. So lets celebrate together through meditation, reflection and storytelling.
General Adult Ticket