08 Jan 2016
こんなアドバイスを見つけました。→12 Holistic Ways To Nurture Yourself This Winter
It’s getting cold. I have been away from the study of Indian astrology, but lately I’m getting interested in the world of Japanese calendar. In the traditional Japanese calendar, we just passed the time of ‘sho-kan’.
‘Sho-kan’ around the 6th of January is the time of deep winter when we suffer from cold winds and deep snow.
‘Dai-kan’ around the 21st of January is the coldest time of a year but spring is approaching by the time.
Whereas outside Japan, January means going back to daily life after Christmas holiday. In the absence of New Year culture like in Japan, many people feel lowering of their energy at this time of the year.
I found an interesting article: 12 Holistic Ways To Nurture Yourself This Winter
It says it is important during this period to look at the dark side of emotions and bear with them when they overflow. As for me, I’d like to try this practice of writing a journal under candle lights, which is a real girly thing to do in winter.