GET YOUR DUCKS IN A ROW: THE COMBINED ENERGY OF THE NEW MOON IN VIRGO & FALL EQUINOX

GET YOUR DUCKS IN A ROW: THE COMBINED ENERGY OF THE NEW MOON IN VIRGO & FALL EQUINOX

Posted by : Mary Wutz   /  

NEW MOON IN VIRGO: September 20, 2017 1:30 a.m. EST

FALL EQUINOX: September 22, 2017 4:02p.m. EST

When merging the energies of the New Moon in Virgo and the Fall Equinox which fall within a couple of days of one another, we get a “GSD” (Get Stuff Done) kind of vibe. We may feel inclined to “get our ducks in a row” in terms of our schedules and any personal goals we have been contemplating. We may feel motivated to finally take that box of old clothing to the Goodwill, to finally sign up for that (insert new exercise modality here) training, or to cross those last three things off our “to do” list that have been glaring us in the face. Use the energy of the New Moon in Virgo to get a jump-start on your journey through the very inward focus of the Fall Equinox.

As you may know, the Fall Equinox, or “equal day and night” marks the start of the autumn season in the Northern Hemisphere and the halfway point between summer and winter. It is a time where we energetically shift from an outward focus to an inward focus and have extra universal support to illuminate the darkness that lies within us and within those things and people with which we involve ourselves.

Another theme that surfaces from the combination of these two celestial events is the importance of strong boundaries and clear goals. Exercising constructive discrimination in the name of self-care is of the utmost importance. It is a time that would be beneficial to release guilt around taking extra quiet time for us and away from our responsibilities. It is the perfect time to create space for our souls to check in with the road map of our soul’s journey to ensure we're on the path in which we're intending.

 

“If you don’t know here you’re going, any road will get you there.” ~Lewis Carroll

 

I wish you all a beautiful transition from summer to fall and always, may the plants be with you.

P.S. Check out our blog on Juniper to assist in boundary setting for this seasonal shift! 

Xo,

M

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