Each year between September 21st and 24th an astronomical event known as the Fall or Autumnal equinox occurs. On this day in the northern hemisphere, the sun is exactly above the equator and day and night are of roughly equal length (https://www.britannica.com/science/autumnal-equinox). In the Southern Hemisphere the Equinox occurs on March 20th or 21st.
The Fall Equinox marks the end of the summer and beginning of the Fall season which also means that the days become shorter as the winter solstice approaches. This change in the season is also connected to Temporal landmarks which psychological represent new beginnings or fresh starts
Agriculturally the Fall seasons is also known as “harvest times”
since most crops are planted during the spring months and grow throughout the summer until harvest time
(which is usually begins in late September to early December)
Symbolically, the harvest season can also refer to abundance, prosperity and wealth.
The Fall season can also symbolize ripening and maturity. And there are indeed so many areas of our lives where we can mature and prosper.
Join me, Renna Reddick Friday from 4 to 6 a.m. for a special musical journey about this topic! I am definitely looking forward to spending time with you on the airwaves and sharing your energy!!!