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spring eqinox


Connect with plants during Spring Equinox,


This year in the Northern Hemisphere, March 20th is the Spring Equinox when day and night will be equal in length at the equator.  Also known as Ostara or Eostre (the origin of the name Easter) light and dark will be perfectly balanced. It is also the New Year for Persians as well as the Earth Honoring spiritual traditions that follow the ancient ways.


In these ancient traditions the Vernal Equinox is considered the time of Green Fire. It refers not only to sap rising, but also to the electrical energy pulsing through the growing plants. This is not a metaphor. My electrician husband told me that the green fire is literally electrical, just like our nervous systems. Humans and plants have the same oscillation frequency, which is why we can align with the energy of the plants when we pay attention. I have long felt that this mutual receptivity is a survival strategy for humans, which enabled us to heal ourselves with plants as medicine, long before modern medical interventions. 


“Remember, the plants have been here since Mother Earth became Mother. We came later . . . They contain the sacred memory of our roots.” This quote is from an anonymous source, and it has always felt like a deep truth for me. You will benefit when you spend time with our green cousins especially during this season of Green Fire. 


There is a special kind of listening you can experience when you immerse yourself in a grove or forest, or spend time with a favorite tree, or replenish soil and plant your garden. When you put your hands on a plant, you will feel the rising energy and you may even perceive the images that these sentient beings send to us. We need plants that have not been genetically altered for our continuing health and presence on the planet. Trees are known to give extra oxygen when humans come into their neighborhood, certain important medicinal plants start to grow in an area where they are needed. A great example is that once Lyme’s Disease was recognized as a serious infection, the Japanese Knotweed plant began to grow in areas, such as parts of Colorado, where they were needed. 


I imagine that our ancient ancestors were far more attuned to the images that the plants send as messages. In fact, in the vast region of the Amazon, where Ayahuasca was used for healing in ceremony, thousands of years before South America was carved into colonized states, the elders say that it was the plants who taught them how to make it. The ‘tea’ which has become a popular quest for certain tourists, requires two very specific plants: one the Ayahuasca Vine, and the other the leaves of the Chacruna plant, in order for the brew to become psychoactive. 

Various Shamans have their own ways of creating the brew, but these two plants are essential.


May you feel our plant ancestors’ love, 

Blessings, Linda

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