autumnal equinox

Depending on where you are in the world, the Autumnal Equinox started on September 22, 2014. The autumnal equinox reminds us in the Northern hemispheres of fall harvest. September is is a 16/7 universal month, and we are currently experiencing a 7 universal year. The number 7 reminds us to look within, be alone and take time for ourselves; it is also a time to refine and perfect our goals from past efforts to start making them real.

Today, September 23, 2014, the moon enters Libra. Interestingly enough, Libra is the 7th sign of the zodiac. Libra is all about partnerships which makes relationships a key focus right now.

September adds to a 40/4 and is the 9th month of the year. The number 4 is not only about stability and foundation but it also asks us to live from the heart, or our fourth chakra. 9 reminds us to eliminate the old and make room for the new; remember 7 is about perfecting our goals and 9 helps us shed the old to invite in the new. A lovely transition into October, a month filled with new beginnings and abundance. As the Sun also enters Libra we will find ourselves becoming quite social – perhaps meeting someone new for business or pleasure.

Libra, ruled by Venus the goddess of love and beauty, will not only raise our social activity, but put greater focus on our need for harmonious relationships. This is a wonderful time to empower your intentions and projects because you will feel recharged – like someone hit the reset button!

On September 25, 2014 the 777 code is activated once again. This will activate spiritual break throughs, great insights, and sudden shifts in your life. With so much changing and shifting you are bound to have great break throughs.

As if all this glorious energy were not enough, Pluto, the planet of power, goes direct today after being in retrograde since April – this will cause a BIG energy shift.

The Equinox transitions us to shorter days and cooler weather as it opens the door to Autumn. Are you ready to step into amazing opportunities?


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