Gratitude in the midst of change

After the hot summer we’ve had here in the UK, and higher than average temperatures this September so far, the weather is turning blustery and occasionally rainy.

Change is in the air.

Autumn Equinox, one of the (four) key seasonal transitions in the annual calendar, is upon us.

The Equinox is a point of balance. The outer growth cycle has finished. The nights will draw in from now on as the Earth’s energy turns inwards.

This is a time for gratitude – to give thanks for all that has come to fruition so far this year.

A simple way to mark this change for yourself.

This weekend, set aside a few minutes to reflect on all that you are grateful for from this year’s growing season. Note it down in a special place.

I keep a gratitude list in my journal. It includes mainly simple, everyday things – like my daughter’s smile and the view from my window. I refer to it at times when I feel low or negative. I always feel an instant lift when I read it.

I hope your gratitude list does the same for you.💕

Let’s flourish together!

Arlene x

Arlene Lyne

Arlene Francey Lyne

Coach, writer, mama, raving fan of Mother Earth.
Life a work in progress; like a garden, it’s never finished!
Sharing practical inspiration to help you tend to what matters💖

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