REMINDER OF ~ March Equinox Meditation at 4:15 PM on March 20th

Goddess Ostara or Eostre, who are names or aspects of Goddess Astara/Isis/Ishtar/Venus/Aphrodite.

March equinox is the Spring equinox in the Northern Hemisphere and the Autumnal (fall) equinox in the Southern Hemisphere.

https://www.timeanddate.com/calendar/ten-things-march-equinox.html

It is also a powerful moment for Goddess energy, and a time of balance between day and night. Mother Earth is balanced between summer and winter. Night and day are in harmony.

On the Northern hemisphere, the aspect is manifesting in the Light part of the cycle. On the Southern hemisphere, the other aspect is manifesting the Dark part of the cycle. So the two hemispheres mirror each other. When we recognize this beautiful symmetry and allow ourselves to FEEL it, we can comprehend the Wholeness of Being: the truth that we are ONE.

For those of us in the North, celebrating the Spring Equinox, there are now more hours of daylight to propel our souls to move forward, and make needed changes. A time of renewal and rebirth, resurrection. It’s time of transition allow your soul to let go of the old and plant new seeds to grow for the life coming. Goddess may now stretch herself over the land, bringing new life and God may walk the greening fields, showing delight in new life sprouting.

For those of us in the South, celebrating the Autumnal Equinox, it is an important time to give thanks to Mother Goddess and PachaMama, the Earth, for her gifts. Celebrate the harvest you’ve reaped. With joy and with gratitude, look back on this past year, honoring and releasing what no longer serves. Look also to your life, center and balance so you may be ready for the future.

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Source: https://welovemassmeditation.blogspot.se/2018/03/march-equniox-meditation-at-415-pm-on.html

4 thoughts on “REMINDER OF ~ March Equinox Meditation at 4:15 PM on March 20th

  1. There is an only one equinox at a time all over the world, northern and southern.

    The same with solstices.

    There are not apart for northern and southern zone…

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Equinox

    “Vernal equinox and autumnal equinox: these classical names are direct derivatives of Latin (ver = spring and autumnus = autumn). These are the historically universal and still most widely used terms for the equinoxes, but are potentially confusing because in the southern hemisphere the vernal equinox does not occur in spring and the autumnal equinox does not occur in autumn. The equivalent common language English terms spring equinox and autumn (or fall) equinox are even more ambiguous.[5][6][7] It has become increasingly common for people to mistakenly refer to the September equinox in the southern hemisphere as the Vernal equinox”

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