Seeds of a late summer night : toward a new beginning

Female 360° cycle, motherhood, fertility, menopause, Group Pathways

Summer. The season when fruits ripen…some are already ready to be picked ..others still need some time to ripen and be picked with the arrival of autumn.

With the arrival of September comes the autumnal equinox, a transition that marks the arrival of “the time of the last harvest and planting before winter hibernation. It is the most auspicious time to lay the groundwork for prosperity and abundance for the foreseeable future” (quoting The Circle of the Moon)

The end of ‘summer we can perceive it as a time of “balances” – not judgments! – a time to look back at what has been with awareness, to integrate what we have experienced; a time to pause to take stock of what we have matured and harvested, what we are close to reaping and what we wish to sow and then entrust the seeds to the coming guardian winter.

We will meet in the Red Tent on Wednesday, September 12, still enjoying the energetic space offered by the New Moon, to chat about the fruits of this year of ours, the seeds that with the coming autumn equinox on September 23 we will “plant,” and the archetypes that can help us to access the energies best suited to carry out all the new projects.

Appointment Wednesday 12 at 6:30 p.m., Genoa, Corso Torino 9/2 Le Maree center

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Written By Alexandra Francesca D'Alessandro

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