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New HD Video for Friday's Solstice Just Released
The mystical art video Capricorn: A Meditation for the Solstice can help you prepare for the Solstice.
The mystical art video Capricorn: A Meditation for the Solstice can help you prepare for the Solstice and make the most of this powerful day. This 10.5-minute HD video--just released, in time for this year's Solstice--offers a peaceful, uplifting mix of spoken word narration with music, photography, painting, and motion graphics.
About the Video
Capricorn: A Meditation for the Solstice explores the Solstice's spiritual significance as well as the significant opportunities available to everyone when the Sun enters Capricorn each year. The video’s narration also provides background on the astrological sign Capricorn and shares insights about this sign's symbol, the goat, and other images associated with it. The narration includes an inspiring meditation to help viewers understand Capricorn's lofty potential.
Complementing the narration are peaceful nature photography, colorful paintings, special motion graphics, and inspiring seasonal music.
Capricorn: A Meditation for the Solstice Available on YouTube
The video is available on YouTube. There, viewers can find more details on the video's text, artwork, and music; just click the "Show more" link that appears in the text area below the video player. See http://www.youtube.com/
Making the Most of This Year's Solstice
Take a few minutes now to enjoy this peaceful, uplifting video. Let yourself be inspired, especially by its closing meditation and music. Afterward, allow yourself a few moments to note what new inspirations have arisen in you.
This Friday, make time to enjoy Capricorn: A Meditation for the Solstice once again and to observe the Solstice in a way that's meaningful for you. Whatever your plans, may this video enhance your 2012 Solstice experience!
About the Video Producer
Anne Nordhaus-Bike is president of ANB Communications. The author of the award-winning Living in Harmony astrology column for the Gazette newspaper in Chicago, she has won several journalism awards and in 1997 was added to the "Wall of Fame" of the National Women's Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls, NY.
Nordhaus-Bike is the author of the astrology/art book Follow the Sun: A Simple Way to Use Astrology for Living in Harmony.
Working as a professional artist in watercolors and oils, Nordhaus-Bike has shown her works in numerous solo and group shows. An accomplished musician and theatrical performer, Nordhaus-Bike frequently combines her talents to create multimedia works featuring music, spoken word, photography, painting, and video.
Since 2002, she has dedicated most of her efforts to writing, astrology, art, and performance. In the past few years she has focused her work in the performing arts on themes inspired by nature and by spiritual and mystical subjects.
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