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Autumnal Equinox: simple rituals

Autumn equinox: simple rituals you can do at home to attract abundance. Mabon is the name given to the time of the autumn equinox, when the harvest is ending. The fields are almost naked, as crops have been stored already for next winter. Mabon is a time to honor the changing seasons, and celebrate the second harvest. Around September 21 for many pagans and Wiccan traditions, is a time of giving thanks for the things we have, whether it's abundant crops or other blessings. It is also a time of balance and reflection. In today's article we will see some rituals for the Equinox of autumn, so you and your family to celebrate this day with generosity and abundance.

Autumnal Equinox: rituals

Autumnal Equinox: simple ritualsMabon is a moment of balance, since there is equality in the hours of darkness and light, and this can affect people in different ways. For some, it is a season to honor the darker aspects of the goddess, invoking what lacks of light. For others, it is a moment of appreciation, gratitude for the wealth that we have in the harvest season. Since this is, for many people, a time of high energy, there is sometimes a sense of apprehension in the air. If you're feeling a little spiritually lopsided, with a simple meditation you can restore a little balance in your life. You can also try a ritual to bring balance and harmony to your home. Lee: spiritual house cleaning: 6 homemade tricks

Organize a food drive
Many pagans and Wiccans take the Equinox of autumn as a time of Thanksgiving and blessings - and because of this, it seems to be a good time to give to those less fortunate. If you are blessed with abundance in Mabon, do not give to less have? Invite your friends to a party, but it asks each of them to bring a canned food, dry goods, or other non-perishable items. You can donate the collection to a local food bank or shelter for homeless.

collect some apples
Apples are the perfect symbol of the autumnal Equinox. Long connected to the wisdom and magic, there are so many wonderful things you can do with an Apple. It is an orchard near you, and spend a day with your family. While collecting apples, thanks to Pomona, Goddess of fruit trees. Be sure to pick up only what you are going to use - if you can, collect much to take home and preserve for the upcoming winter months. Takes the apples home and use in rituals, divination, and delicious recipes that your family will enjoy throughout the season. Lee: spell of the Apple to fall in and guess. Let's look at other rituals for the autumnal Equinox.

Count your blessings

Mabon is a time of giving thanks, but sometimes we take our fortune for granted. Sit down and make a gratitude list. Write down the things that you are grateful. An attitude of gratitude helps attract more abundance in our lives. What are the things that you are glad to have your life? Maybe they're little things, like "I'm glad to have my cat" or "I'm glad that my car is working." Perhaps something bigger, such as "I am grateful that I have a warm home and food to eat" or "I am grateful to have people wanting me even when I'm in a bad mood." It keeps your list somewhere where it can re-read and add things to it from time to time.

Honor to darkness
Without darkness there is light. Without night, there may not be days. Despite a basic human need to ignore the darkness, there are many positive aspects by those who embrace the dark side, even if it is only for a short time. After all, it was the love of Demeter for her daughter Persephone which led her to roam the world in mourning for six months at a time, bringing the death of Earth every fall. Celebrate a ritual that honor this aspect of the Goddess that can not always be found attractive, but must always be prepared to recognize. Invokes the gods and goddesses of the dark night, and asks for his blessings at this time of the year.

Welcomes the gods of the vine
The grapes are everywhere, so it is no surprise that the season of Mabon is a popular time to celebrate the winemaking, and the deities connected with the growth of the vine. Whether you see him as Bacchus, Dionysus, the green man, or some other vegetable God, the God of the vine is a key archetype in the harvest celebrations. Get a tour of a local winery and sees what is done in this time of the year. Better still, put hands to work and try to make your own wine! If you don't drink wine, you can still enjoy the abundance of the grape, and the use of its leaves and stems in homemade recipes and crafts projects. No matter how honors the deities of the vine and the vegetation, it is possible to want to leave a small offering of Thanksgiving while you enjoy the benefits of the grape harvest.

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