The Autumn Equinox is a meaningful time of year to honor the harvest. Whether that be a “real” harvest of the things planted in your garden or the harvest of efforts and intentions for your life path that you set earlier in the year.
The changing seasons are key points in the cycle of life in nature, and within this cycle many ancient cultures perceived a powerful deeper message for humanity.
Indigenous cultures recognized earth-based wisdom and understood that the four focal points of the year: the Winter Solstice, Spring Equinox, Summer Solstice, and Autumn Equinox; illuminated stages of an inner spiritual journey – a spiritual cycle that the individual takes within themselves.
The autumn equinox arrives on Saturday, September 23, 2023 at 2:50am ET.
The word “equinox” comes from Latin and means “equal night,” referring to the roughly 12-hour day and 12-hour night that occurs only on the two equinox days of the year.
On the equinox we honor the balance and interaction of the light and the dark, and we may feel gratitude for the changes that come with the passing of time.
As we consciously link our awareness to the cycles of nature, our understanding of our own cycles begin to deepen.
Spiritually speaking, fall represents the harvest time of year, a time to acknowledge growth and expansion as a natural evolution of our organic being. Our lives go through cycles of growth, harvest, death, and rebirth just as we see in nature.
On the Fall Equinox you may want to honor all that you have in your life and shift your consciousness from one of lack to one of prosperity and gratitude in some way through ritual.
Join Earthkeeper Jennifer Clark as she hosts her annual virtual Fall Equinox ceremony letting go of the old and welcoming in the new.
Jennifer will offer a special attunement that blends the shamanic traditions of North & South America that was gifted to ancient Earth peoples from the angelic realm.
We are the future Earthkeepers and Lightwarriors.
Sat Sept 23rd, 2023
7:30pm to 9:00pm ET
$33.33 CDN via Zoom / PayPal
Session will be recorded
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