Day Summer Solstice
The word Solstice is derived from the Latin words, sol for “Sun” and sistere for “To Stand Still”. Summer Solstice is the time when in the Northern Hemisphere the sun reaches its highest point and there is a pause in the world. This pause offers an opportunity to interrupt the momentum of habits and energy patterns that no longer serve you, and to plant seeds of aligned intention. In the days leading up to Summer Solstice, open up to receive inspiration to tune into this time of ripening—a poem; a meditation; simple practices and prompts to align yourself with the deeper currents guiding your next season.
Draw Inspiration from The Japanese Sun Goddess, Amaterasu.
Amaterasu is the highest deity in Japanese mythology. In the most famous legend about her, she shuts herself away in a cave, bringing disasters to both the world and heaven.
You may find further information here: https://www.timelessmyths.com/gods/japanese/amaterasu/