Whether you’re celebrating Mabon or Ostara, tune to the magic of the Equinox and invoke balance and healing for yourself and your world.
Blessed Equinox! Wherever you are in the world, it’s the dawning of a new season: Spring in the Northern Hemisphere and Fall in the Southern.
I composed this invocation for our online Equinox ritual in the Good Vibe Tribe Online School of Magical Arts. We have members in both hemispheres, so I like to make our rituals applicable to both holidays at once. In the midst of a worldwide pandemic, it seemed extra powerful to work this magic globally by including both sides of the Wheel of the Year.
This unified, worldwide Equinox invocation can be a part of any Ostara or Mabon celebration or ritual. Feel free to adapt it if you are saying it alone rather than as part of a group.
We invoke the Ancient Goddess.
We invoke the Ancient God.
Ancient and eternal,
Turning toward the light half,
Turning toward the dark.
Turning, turning, and yet unchanging.
At the center of the circle, Divinity resides.
Containing all time and beyond all time,
The truth that lives beyond the veil.
Great Goddess: Maiden and Mother.
Great God: Father and Son.
Divine Presence, All That Is, You With Whom We Are One,
We invoke you at this time of balance,
At this time when a new season dawns,
When light and dark are in harmony,
When polarities calibrate themselves and bring all together as one.
God, Goddess, All That Is, harmonize us.
God, Goddess, All That Is, heal us.
God, Goddess, All That Is, bring us together as one.
(Feel the quality of balance filling and surrounding you in the form of golden-white light.)
We now set the intention to send this balance out in all directions,
Across the surface of the Earth,
Deep into the center of the Earth,
Throughout the atmosphere of the Earth.
And now we feel it coming back to us.
We bless the health of humans, animals, plants, and the Earth.
We bless the emotions and well-being of our human family.
We place our attention on peace, and we know that as we focus on it, it expands.
We give thanks to the Ancient Goddess.
We give thanks to the Ancient God.
We give thanks to All That Is.
Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Blessed be. And so it is.
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I love your blogs, they are filled with wisdom and practical knowledge to not only live a magical life, but to be magical to yourself and to those around you. thanks
Tess Whitehurst says
Zee, that’s so nice! Thank you. ❤️