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Ways To Celebrate The Autumn Equinox

The Autumn Equinox is on Saturday, September 23rd! I just love getting aligned with the energy of this season.

Ways to Celebrate the Autumn Equinox.

You can do these over the weekend or over the next few months.

  • Declutter and shift decor by changing your pillows, artwork, plates, dishtowels, and more.

AND MORE:

  • Enjoy some fall food over the next week to start tapping into the grounding energy of fall like apples, pumpkins, or any root vegetables.
  • Take a soothing bath or shower and tend to yourself after with body oils, a face mask, perfume, and any of your favorite self-care goodies.
  • Do some yoga poses and twists to clear out summer and bring in fall energy. You might like to try this short practice.
  • Seasonal tarot or oracle card reading. Ask your guides and your intuition, “What do I need to know this season?” or “How do I best approach this season?”
  • Reflect back on your summer, the lessons you learned, and the memories you made. Are you making any changes in your life that you want to bring into fall? What do you want your autumn season to look like?

What are some of your favorite ways to celebrate the Autumn Season?

Enjoy the blessings of autumn!

Create a Fall and Halloween Altar

Ooh! I just love this time of year and this is the perfect time to gather some Halloween decorations and autumn-related supplies to place on your altar. If you like, you can clear off your whole altar and start fresh. Otherwise, move your altar items around to accommodate your autumn-themed pieces.

Create a Fall and Halloween Altar

  • Changing the candles to orange, black, or purple.
  • Adding small pumpkins and gourds or jack-o-lanterns.
  • Placing crystals that are orange and black and brown like carnelian, citrine, black tourmaline, smoky quartz, and tiger’s eye.
  • Adding scented candles or grounding essential oils to your diffuser like Cedarwood or Pumpkin Spice.
  • Burning loose incense like Mugwort.
  • Pulling tarot or oracle cards related to the season to display and meditate on.

Have fun with this!

You want this to be a place you will sit in front of and feel connected to the season.

I love to start with fall items, then add Halloween items, and then take those away and add ore fall items starting November 1st.

An Autumn Playlist

When we change from summer to fall, I love to change just about everything in my home and life, including the music I listen to.

I created an Autumn Playlist last year to listen to under the Full Harvest Moon and my whole family loved listening to it all season.

It is also perfect for just chilling out, taking a bath, gathering with friends, or spending time at your altar. Enjoy!

  • Autumn In New York – Billie Holiday
  • Harvest Moon – Neil Young
  • Autumn Town Leaves – Iron and Wine
  • Undone – The Sweater Song – Weezer
  • My Cosmic Autumn Rebellion – The Flaming Lips
  • Seasons (Autumn): I. Allegro – Vivaldi
  • Autumn Leaves – Nat King Cole
  • We Fell In Love In October – Girl in Red
  • Autumn Sweater – Yo La Tengo
  • Autumn Leaves – Ed Sheeran
  • Autumn Almanac – The Kinks
  • Autumn Serenade – John Coltrane 
  • Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground – The White Stripes
  • Harvest Fair – Summer Salt
  • Ramble On – Led Zeppelin
  • Sweater Weather – The Neighborhood

You can find this playlist on Apple Music here: Autumn Playlist.

My husband, Matt, created a Halloween playlist I think you might like. Check it out here: Halloween Playlist.

Reach out or comment with any other songs you think would be a perfect addition!

November Vibrations

Hello Kerry,

Welcome to November! Curl up with a cup of tea or a glass of wine and get into the vibrations of November. 

November At-A-Glance:

  • Big announcement! Some of you know that I made some big changes with my health this year and I just announced that I am now an ambassador for the program that I used. You can read more about my journey on Instagram hereherehere and here. If you are interested, reply to this email to set up a chat or fill out this health evaluation here.
  • Roasted Pumpkin Seed Recipe – Do you have pumpkin seeds left over from carving jack-o-lanterns? This simple recipe from my sister-in-law will have you devouring them!
  • Waxing Moon ActivityCreate An Ancestor Altar – Today is All Souls Day and this is the perfect time of year to connect with those who have gone before you. The altar is something you can keep up year-round if that feels right to you.
  • November 8th: Full Moon – I love yoga under the moon and thought you might like to try this How To Clear Your Aura – a mini-yoga sequence.
  • Waning Moon ActivityReleasing the Past Guided Visualization – If you are ready to embark on a new chapter or are feeling held back by a person or a younger version of yourself (mistakes made or bad choices you associate with your younger self), then this guided meditation will help you release the past and one forward.
  • Take Time For You Speaker Summit – November 28 and December 12 – I’m going to be part of this free event geared towards helping busy women take time for themselves and share tools to get through the most stressful time of the year without losing their minds. More details coming soon!
  • November 23rd is a New Moon – Since this is the day before Thanksgiving here in the United States, I plan on making a simple intention of slowing down and enjoying the holiday season.
  • I am cutting these cards out to use as dinner-time conversation prompts this month.Happy Thanksgiving – Free Gratitude Cards Printables and one of those dinners is going to be this: Yummy Vegan Flatbread for Thanksgiving.

I hope you enjoy getting into the energy of the season. 

Roasted Pumpkin Seed Recipe

Do you have pumpkin seeds left over from carving jack-o-lanterns? This simple recipe from my sister-in-law will have you devouring them!

  • Rinse and dry seeds thoroughly
  • Toss with a teaspoon of oil.
  • Sprinkle and toss with garlic, chili powder, salt & pepper.
  • Bake at 350 for 15-20 minutes, tossing every 5 min. 
  • Make sure they are as dry as possible before seasoning, so they crisped up better.
  • Spray seeds with an oil spray before the last 2 minutes to prevent dryness.

Enjoy!

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