Happy Natural/Astrological New Year

Spring officially begins in the Northern Hemisphere with the vernal equinox as the entire world experiences an equal amount of daylight and darkness. How is that for world equality! the Earths equator is aligned directly with the sun on the vernal equinox, the technical name for the start of spring.

The Earth is tilted approximately 23.5 degrees off a vertical axis, and because of this tilt, the most direct sunlight is aimed at the Southern Hemisphere during our astronomical winter and at the Northern Hemisphere during our astronomical summer. Isn’t it cool how nature rimes? The two solstices and two equinoxes are simply precise moments in time when the Sun is in direct alignment with three distinct bands of latitude. Their dates can vary by a day or two each year since it takes the Earth 365 days and 6 hours (365.25 days) to make one full revolution around the Sun, which is why we have a leap year every four years. How many of you are part of the February 29 club? Not sure there is one, but I bet there is.

Happy New Year

March used to be the jump off point, first month of the year in the early Roman calendar. Around the year 700 BCE, the Roman king Numa Pompilius shoved January and February into the calendar, drop kicking March to the third position. Ouch!! Today, many people into metaphysics still consider March, and more directly, the first day of Spring to be the real new year, and you know what…damn right it is!

Astrological New Year

Celebrating the astrological new year at the Spring Equinox when the Sun enters 0 degrees Aries can be a meaningful and symbolic occasion. Try these…

1. Rituals and Ceremonies: Create a ritual or ceremony to mark the transition into the new astrological year. You can do this alone or gather with friends who share an interest in astrology. Begin by setting intentions for the coming year, reflecting on what you wish to manifest or let go of. You might light candles, burn incense, or use crystals associated with Aries energy such as red jasper or carnelian. Incorporate elements like fire (representing Aries’ fiery nature), water, earth, and air into your ritual to honor the balance of the Equinox.

2. Outdoor Activities: Since the Spring Equinox marks the beginning of spring in the Northern Hemisphere, celebrating outdoors can be particularly invigorating. Spend time in nature, perhaps in a park or garden, where you can feel the energy of new beginnings all around you. Aint that sweet! Consider activities that align with Aries energy, such as hiking, biking, or other adventurous pursuits. You could also plant seeds or garden as a way to symbolize growth and renewal, both on a personal level and in harmony with the natural world.

3. Astrology Workshops or Classes: Attend or host Astrology workshops or classes focused on the significance of the Spring Equinox and the astrological new year. Explore themes related to Aries energy, such as courage, independence, and leadership. You could learn about your own natal chart and how the Sun’s movement into Aries influences different areas of your life. This can be an educational and insightful way to deepen your understanding of astrology and connect with others who share your interest. Guesst what, we can help with that!

This is a time for renewed energy, and time to kick off new projects. During this time, see where Aries is in your chart to see what area to step into to express your true self.

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Author: Core Confidence Life

Core Confidence Life is an astrological, numerological, and self discovery service. We provide in depth readings, classes, and special member only benefits. Our goal is to guide and assist you into stepping in and owning your personal power so you can direct your destaney and become what the creator made you to be.

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