It’s the first day of fall, the autumn equinox, and I can sense a shift in the air even though the weather here in FL isn’t exactly fall-ish. Although we are due for some more rain today, and that’s good, since a lovely cloud cover will make it seem more like fall.
Mabon marks the time when the work of harvesting is done, full fruition and realization is at hand, and celebrations are in order. While these days we may not be literally harvesting crops and celebrating food for the coming winter, Mabon is still a significant symbolic time when we look for results of work from earlier in the year and celebrate them. What was planted in spring (literal or figurative) is now ripe, ready, and real.
This evening I’ll celebrate Mabon, and while I don’t feel the urge to share the particulars of my practice, I did feel compelled to make some Mabon pixels to share:
I hope you have a magickal Mabon, too. Blessed be.