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Today is Halloween in popular culture. In ancient Celtic tradition, Samhain was celebrated from sundown on October 31 until morning of November 1. This is a holiday to honor death, endings, and the darkening of the year.
But none of that is about being gloomy!
Instead of the western view of death, think of the leaves on the trees. The harvest is done. Plants are dying now. And in dropping their leaves and falling away, they create fertilizer for new life to burst out in the spring.
In this dark and quieter time of the year, how can you allow old and outdated modes of being to “die”? Below are 3 journal prompts for you. Swipe a piece of candy from the bowl and find a quiet spot to go within for a bit on this Halloween night: