Tonight, my thoughts drift into the ancient world of Norse mythology and the intriguing beings that occupy this mystical landscape. There's something about this season that invites dark and mysterious ponderings, and tonight, trolls take center stage in my musings.
In Norse mythology, trolls are these fascinating, kind of scary beings. They're like guardians of secrets and rulers of the wild places. As the night gets darker and the air gets a bit mysterious, it feels like these legendary creatures could be wandering around in the shadows.
In these stories, trolls represent the wild and untamed side of nature. They live in these remote places, adding a bit of spooky charm to the sagas. When the wind rustles through old trees and the night gets deeper, it's like a hidden world full of ancient stories and wisdom.
This season, for me, becomes a time to dive into Norse mythology (I am Swedish, after all)—a world where gods, giants, and trolls coexist in this delicate dance of balance and chaos. It's a moment for self-reflection, a journey into the parts of our minds that are mysterious and hidden.
As the night unfolds, I'm reminded that this season is about embracing the unknown, letting the imagination roam freely into the realms of myth and magic. The stories of trolls, with their mix of danger and wonder, mirror the deeper sides of our human experiences—the parts of ourselves that we might not fully understand.
So, as I get lost in Norse mythology, I'm inviting the darkness to spin its tales around me. In these moments of thinking, there's a sense that within the shadows, there's a kind of beauty—a beauty that shows up when we let ourselves explore the mysteries that surround us. I love mysteries and magic and always surround myself with white light for protection ;0).
My name is Annica Johansson and I am an Art Life Coach, Certified Sound Healer and Artist. I am writing about personal development, daily musings, spirituality and depicting mother nature's amazing beauty. Welcome!