Power Yourself, Money Magicians! The Fall Equinox is Coming

Power Yourself, Money Magicians! The Fall Equinox is Coming

Power Yourself, Money Magicians. The Fall Equinox is coming! This young woman is pointing to the importance of the Fall Equinox which was known even when she was conceived, in the 1700s. Painting by Paulus Moreelse, Equinox  by Przemyslaw “Blueshade” Idzkiewicz, silly superimposition by yours truly.

Power Yourself, Money Magicians! The Fall Equinox is Coming

Here is how to power yourself, Money Magicians! The Fall Equinox is coming; here’s why it’s important + three ways to use its potent energies.

What You Focus on You Get More of

In this recent post I described the ways you are already a Money Magician.  I did this because I prefer to emphasize the positive in this blog and in my life. For example, in coaching, I am of course receptive to your reasons for wanting to work with me, so I’m interested in what’s wrong, but I am focused on what you are doing right and how to do more of it.

What you put your attention on…increases!

The Fall Equinox is Laser-Focused on Starting Anew

I invite you to see this year as winding down. Nature’s doing it. So can you: let your leaves drop. During this aptly named season, Fall, let fall away what is already falling. Stop struggling and let it go. I more and more say, “I give up!” and I mean it. It’s such a relief. Let die what is dying, let go what is going, let your leaves change and let it show.

Your identity is all you have to lose.

Fall actually has a date: the Fall Equinox. (Some say this is when Fall starts, others say this is its mid-point. With Perelandra, I say this is when its energies are strongest.)

Use the Equinox: Work it!

So Fall is Nature’s New Year, and the Equinox moment is Nature’s New Year’s celebration. Here are three ways you can surf the Equinox and go willingly into the natural order of emptying out in order to plant, cultivate, and harvest:

  1. Identify in writing: where are you willing to be empty:
    1. what are you eager to let go of?
    2. what’s ready to let go of you that you are willing to stop struggling to hold onto?
    3. what else can you see that is dying away?
  2. Identify in writing: where are you willing to be filled:
    1. what’s thriving in your life that you want to nourish?
    2. what’s quietly growing in your life that you’d like to see thrive?
    3. what newness you want in your life and how you are ready to bring it about?
  3. Consider this your New Year’s Plan–refine it now in that light. Remember that every investment takes energy: are you investing where you really mean it and want it?  Make sure your Plan represents all the aspects of your life you want included.
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    Posted at 11:17h, 20 September Reply

    […] I can’t say it enough: the Fall Equinox is Nature’s New Year. At this time of year, humans tend to: […]

  • Darryl Burks
    Posted at 23:17h, 13 September Reply

    I love this. Our society is so out of touch with natural rhythms and this is a great step in getting that back. So often we hear about setting goals and achieving, but never about ending the old to make space for the new. Wonderful. I’m going to institute the candle ritual in my gatherings this Equinox and use it myself.

    • Beth
      Posted at 12:54h, 14 September Reply

      Darryl, I’m glad Perelandra is the discovery for you it was for me–explore them! And let me know if you have questions, I’ve been using their tools and practices a long while.
      You are so right, aren’t you? Our overly yang society tends to overemphasize the Summer/Harvest part of the cycle but the Fall/Winter emptying out, dying-to, that makes place for seeding, not so much! Yet there it is, just as important, always in balance, if we tune into it. Thank you.

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