We just passed the 2022 Summer Solstice for the Northern Hemisphere (Winter Solstice for the Southern Hemisphere), which marks the beginning of astronomical summer. Solstices happen twice per year, with the longest day of the year being on Summer Solstice. Solstices are seen as a significant time in many cultures, and are often marked by festivals and rituals around the world. In our modern times, it is often comforting to find global common threads and connections. May you take some time to remember your light within, and embrace your authentic self as you shine your radiant light.


To see more travel pictures and videos of Dr. Nasha through Europe, including Switzerland, the UK, and vacation with MTIH Education Director Janet Ottersberg in Italy, please see social media channels below.