Sun into Aries: Spring Equinox 2014 March 20th
What action will you take right now to change your life?
The Spring Equinox marks the day where equal day and night meet.
This is the turning point in the year, as we rise from the darkness of winter ready for the birth of a new cycle and the adventure of life.
Wherever Aries is in your birth chart is now receiving a major turbo boost of energy.
This is the time to make changes, especially as the Sun joins Uranus on 2nd April.
What will the Sun and Uranus in Aries activate for you?
In my YouTube on the Spring Equinox, I describe the imbalance of elements, the mythology of Mars, and the importance of using this day as a time of ritual, of initiation.
Chuck Spezzano writes:
“Initiation recognizes our life as a spiritual odyssey – an evolution toward Oneness. Initiation is a birth, a leap to a whole new level that launches a new chapter in our lives.”
You can do the Letting Go ritual suggested at the end of this video on March 20th, or set your intention, prepare and wait for the Aries new Moon on Sunday March 30th.
blessings, Pam x
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