I look forward to autumn every single year. Maybe it's the overwhelming heat of southern summers that brings daydreams of pleasant, breezy days and cool nights. And whether it's 100 degrees or 70, the first day of autumn always brings relief and hope.
I'm posting a little ahead of the upcoming New Moon on July 12th. It's also a solar eclipse and I'd like to talk about that a little before the hype gets too intense. The New Moon occurs at 10:48pm EDT on July 12th at 20Cancer41. The solar eclipse follows 2 minutes later at 11:00pm, 20Cancer42. … Continue reading New Moon/Solar Eclipse in Cancer 2018
It's hard to believe we've already journeyed through a whole year but as they say, "No matter where you go, there you are." And here we are again, rounding yet another curve on the great spiral of life. I hope your year is filled with light, laughter, abundance, and joy. cj
Vernal ~ "of, in, or appropriate to spring" This ritual, or spring celebration, is way to note the change of seasons with simple activities throughout the day. The Vernal Equinox falls on Friday, March 20th, this year (2015), but even though you have to go to work, feed your family, and do all the other … Continue reading Welcome Spring! A Ritual for the Vernal Equinox
Observing the Vernal Equinox, also known as the first day of spring, is a way to express our gratitude for Earth's renewal. Because it is a day so full of hope for the coming season, it's nice to set aside some time to take in the day and all it has to offer. Here are … Continue reading 6 Reasons to Observe the Spring Equinox