The final month of 2019 is about to commence. A while back, I posted about three mindful ways to end this year. Bathing in gratitude was one of them. Since I happen to love a good thirty day challenge, I decided to dedicate an entire month to practising gratitude. However, instead of solely giving thanks to the people I know and see on a daily basis, I’d also like to spread the gratitude to those I don’t know so well or don’t know at all.
Keeping things simple is not really my strong suit, though a clear focus helps to provide me with guidance when things get a little frantic. Which is precisely what happens at the end of the year! My previous post served as a friendly reminder to get rid of all the excess and concentrate on that which really matters. All with the ultimate goal to look back on this year with joy and fulfilment.
The Autumnal Equinox. A turning point in time, as it marks the changing of seasons. The harvest is coming to an end. Night and day will be equal in length. This particular moment in time was and still is regarded as a sacred one, celebrated in certain modern pagan traditions as Mabon.