Autumn Equinox

Tonight is the eve of the Autumn Equinox.

September Equinox in London, England, United Kingdom is on

Wednesday, 23 September 2015, 09:22 BST

autumn-equinoxA message of love for the Autumn Equinox – I wish you love; love in your heart, love in your life – time to feel bliss and joy, time to plan and let go, to appreciate and accept everything here and now just as it isĀ  – while resting deeply in the soul of you within the autumn time. As the leaves fall then may your fears and worries fall away too. May you find time to rest and relax and experience that deep sense of inner knowing, inner peace, inner love and inner joy. May we find time to come together in person and in spirit through our connection to the ebb and flow of the seasons. May you feel blessed to be here. May you feel loved, connected and full of possibility and may you find flow in the gentle sway of your life. Eons of eternal love, Emily x

Mabon marks the middle of harvest, it is a time of equal day and equal night, and for the moment nature is in balance. It is a time to reap what you have sown, of giving thanks for the harvest and the bounty the Earth provides. For finishing up old projects and plans and planting the seeds for new enterprises or a change in lifestyle. Mabon is a time of celebration and balance.

This is the time to look back not just on the past year, but also your life, and to plan for the future. In the rhythm of the year, Mabon is a time of rest and celebration, after the hard work of gathering the crops. Warm autumn days are followed by chill nights, as the Old Sun God returns to the embrace of the Goddess.

The passing of Mabon is inevitable and The Sun God should be mourned. We too, must remember that all things must come to an end. So the Sun God journeys into the lands of winter and into the Goddess’ loving arms, but endings are a good time to celebrate our successes, thank our selves and those who helped us, and take part in the balance of life!

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