Autumn Equinox Celebration

The Fall, also called Autumn, Equinox is on September 22nd this year and we thought we would start on the 21st to set our intentions for the coming season.

The word equinox is derived from Latin, meaning “equal night.” On each equinox, the sun shines directly on the equator and the length of day and night are said to be more or less the same on the day that the equinox happens.

This also explains why the equinox is celebrated as a day of balance–day and night are approximately the same lengths on the equinox.

Focusing on bringing in Balance into our lives, we will all participate in creating a large crystal grid with the Sri Yantra symbol. Diane will do a short shamanic journey with gentle drumming.   The vibration of the gentle drumming will assist you in aligning to the crystal grid and the earth mother for balance and harmony.    You are welcome to bring your drum and rattles and join in.

Sri Yantra Symbol is composed of nine interlocking triangles that radiate outwards from the center

or bind point. This central point is considered the meeting place or junction between the physical world and the spiritual world or the unmanifest source. Of the nine triangles, four points to the sky and are believed to be symbols for Shiva (the masculine), while the five pointing downwards represent Shakti (or the feminine). Because of this, the Sri Yantra is believed to be a strong symbol for the union of the masculine and the feminine divine.

We will be gathering at Ardmore Park located across from the Sparks Library on 12th Street and following all of the guidelines for a safe environment. Please bring a chair/or blanket to sit on and we will be providing a Fall inspired flavored Ice Tea and Pumpkin Cookies.


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Sep 21 2020


6:00 pm - 7:00 pm