Another Mercury Retrograde battle is over. And as we begin to move forward, we head into the harvest season.
In the old days (and still today) the harvest was a reflection of the year.
Hard work in the Spring would yield a bountiful harvest in the Fall.
The crops would also reflect times of drought, devastating storms and floods.
Life is not all perfect, but like the clever and resourceful farmer, you can ride out the storms, minimizing the damage and possibly even learning something new from the experience.
Fall is also a good time to give thanks for what we have and think about sharing with others when we have more than we need. Giving is like a prayer of gratitude. You are telling your Angels, “I am so blessed that I have all I need and more to share!”
It is a great time to clean out closets and cupboards and give what you don’t need away. Not only will you give, but you will lighten your load and make room for new, things, experiences, jobs and relationships to come.
As the equinox approaches, day and night will be perfectly balanced. Think about balancing work and play, diet and exercise and spirituality and mundane life.
The Angels of Fall are dropping leaves of crimson and gold to remind you that it is time to sweep away the old and prepare to rest and enjoy the days ahead and to prepare for a glorious new future.