On this page, you’ll find everything you need to get started journaling for late Autumn in your grimoire / book of shadows.
- What the the season’s themes are
- How to harness it’s energy for self growth
- And extra writing sheets and journaling cards to build your journal:
Information Pages And Journal Prompts:
November’s Eve / Samhain / Halloween
The Final Harvest
Is it time for some shadow work? November’s Eve / Samhain / Halloween is the natural time for taking a closer look at our inner shadows.
It’s the Wheel Of The Year checkpoint that takes place halfway between the Autumn Equinox and the Winter Solstice, and we’re entering into the darkest time of year. (Late November in the Northern Hemisphere, or late May in the Southern Hemisphere).
This “second harvest” phase is all about acknowledging, appreciating and honoring the circle of life – including and especially the “death” part of the life-death-rebirth cycle. In our personal development journey, it represents the “compost” phase of the plant-tend-harvest-compost cycle of manifestation.
Ready to harness the empowering magick of shadow work and befriend fear so that it no longer holds power over you? I invite you to join me for this fun guided journaling adventure!
I’ve designed these pages to provide some simple, relatable information on what the energy of the November’s Eve season is all about, and added my 4 favorite journal prompts for the season.
The themes are DARKNESS, DEATH and ANCESTORS. There’s also prompts to help you set intentions for the season and to connect with your personal experience of the season.
You will learn how your personal development is perfectly aided by the natural rhythms of the Universe, and will be empowered to make confident decisions which embody your Ideal Self so you’re always making the most aligned life choices in alignment with the seasonal flow!
*Would you like to learn in community with me and other magickal mavens? You’re also invited to join us for discussion on these and other prompts in our private members space.
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