On the Autumnal Equinox, my mind is brought back to those ancient Celts who knew the Earth was not just alive, but provided us with secrets on how to live.
Balance, Beloved, is more than hard to find…it is also hard to keep. The Earth only finds it twice a year, and is only able to keep it for 24 hours at a time.
But when it does, everything changes!
At the Vernal Equinox the world springs forth with color and newness.
And today? Well, Camus said that Autumn is a “second spring,” where “every leaf is a flower” beginning to blaze.
For the Celts, with over half of the fields cleared by now, it was time to take stock of the harvest, both within the barn of the heart and the barn outback. They would prepare for winter, using what the year so far has given to plot the next phase of life.
Blessed Equinox! Lean into the balance a bit, and learn how to live.