Neo-Pagans use ritual to express their connection to and attune themselves to divinity. These rituals are often consciously created, rather than inherited from tradition. The most common form of Neo-Pagan ritual is the celebration of the Wheel of the Year, the eight seasonal stations which include the solstices and equinoxes and the points in between. The Wheel of the Year is a year-long spiritual meditation on the rhythms of nature and the corresponding rise and fall, ebb and flow of our inner lives. Other forms of Neo-Pagan practice include meditation, singing, chanting, dancing, drumming, and feasting.