The Sun enters Libra this Monday, September 22, at 9:30 p.m. CDT (Tuesday, September 23, at 2:30 a.m. GMT). This annual event brings one of the year’s two equinoxes, when day and night are of equal length; like the solstices in June and December, the equinoxes offer turning points and powerful energies that usher in new seasons.
In the northern hemisphere, Libra time brings autumn, while in the southern hemisphere it brings springtime. Regardless of which season we experience, Libra’s energies offer a beautiful stillness so we can reflect on the first half of the astrological year as we prepare for the next two seasons.
Make the Most of This Opportunity
You can make the most of this opportunity by setting aside time at the equinox to look back on the astrological year that began March 20. How have you expressed each astrological energy, as the Sun made its way through Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, and Virgo? Look back over your calendar or journal to see what has happened in your life over the past six months and how you handled it. Consider the people in your life born under these first six signs: how have they expressed their signs? Have you helped them bring out their best this year?
If you have a copy of Follow the Sun: A Simple Way to Use Astrology for Living in Harmony, glance through the signs Aries through Virgo as you reflect on the first half of your astrological year. Once the Sun enters Libra, enjoy the Libra chapter (including the special “famous figure from history” biography for this sign) so you’re ready to Continue reading