Equinox – time for Balance and Transition

Hello my dear friends

How are you? Now that we are having so much more light and warmth.

Yesterday was Equinox, so we are now entering the phase where the days will become longer than the nights … yeay.

The word Equinox is derived from the Latin “aequinoctium”, from “aequus” (equal) and “nox” (genitive noctis) (night). On the day of an equinox, daytime and nighttime are of approximately equal duration all over the planet. This is the moment at which the plane of Earth’s equator passes through the centre of the Sun’s disk, or the moment that the Sun passes the celestial equator. Hence, approximately equal hours of daylight and darkness.

This is a time of balance, the balance of day and night, the balance of light and dark, so please use this time wisely to balance yourself. The sun is also entering Libra by the way, so another sign to balance?

It is also a phase of transition, where the sun transitions into the other Hemisphere, so please ask yourself if there is anything which is in transition or needs transitioning? Bear in mind please to realise this in a balanced way. This is not the time to overdo or going into extremes – balance is the word at the moment.

So find where you need more balance. Seek help if you need. From your favourite practitioner, friends, online, wherever you go to seek for advise and help. You don’t need to do this on your own. There are so many brilliant beings out there just waiting to assist you.

Enjoy the balancing and the rise of the light and the warmth.

Well, if you would like to balance through meditation, what a brilliant idea …. wink, wink.

This here is for all of you who would love to start with a meditation practise, but think it is too hard, or don’t dare to or whatever excuse comes up. How to set up a lasting Meditation Practise in 6 Steps. (Or ask me)

(I originally wanted to call it “in 4 weeks”, but no pressure … You can also do it in 4 weeks if you like … 4 weeks, 8 to 10 weeks or months … it does not matter how long … as long as you do it)

Meditate aka sit somewhere, comfortable, upright, feet on the floor or cross legged, close your eyes, and watch your breath or listen to sounds (or use this audio).

STEP 1 – Start with 5 to 10 min per day as often as you can in a week (just do it)

STEP 2 – THEN step up to 5 to 10 min every day

STEP 3 – PLUS establish 3 to 5 sec gaps of nothingness in your meditation and in real life (what I mean is: take time – 5 sec – before you react to something, simply take a silent time out, because then you can call it response and not a re-action)

STEP 4 – PLUS once or twice per week 20 to 30min

STEP 5 – THEN 20 to 30 min every day

STEP 6 – PLUS 1 hour every other day (whenever you feel like it & when you need it)

How does that sound to you?

You can go forwards and backwards, just as you need it . If it takes you years to get to this – fine – as long as you start and do your 5 to 10 min every day. You will soon feel the benefits and will WANT TO go to 20 min every day.

I hope you trust me on this and give it a go. Prove me wrong if you can. Let me know if you meditated every day for 5 to 10 min and didn’t feel a difference … I dare you … hahahahaha.

If you need something to bring you into a relaxed meditative state, how about this Video I made on the beach yesterday morning … my morning meditation.

Have you seen my latest short (5 min) videos: Whats wrong with you? AND Contribution is a being.

Well, this is me for now, I will keep on studying my material and keep on writing. Watch this space, heaps of new material coming up. Especially LIVE on Facebook and YouTube, so I hope you have liked and subscribed to one or the other channel.

Have an amazing week and enjoy the beautiful sun.

Lots of Love,


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