Either Fall or Spring, depending on what part of the world you live in.
The word equinox takes its roots from the Latin words “aequalis” and “nox,” which together mean equal night, which also means the Northern and Southern hemispheres also receive an equal amount of daylight.
If you live in the Northern Hemisphere, it's a time to celebrate bounty and impermanence. A good time to reflect on what in your life is bountiful and/or impermanent and how you cope with that.
If you live in the Southern Hemisphere, it's a time to celebrate possibilities and hope, planting the seeds of whatever it is you want to grow, nuture, tend and harvest. What is it that you are looking to plant? How does it fit harmoniously with your life - or does it?
So in honor of your equinox, go outside, take a moment to breathe in the fresh air and see the beauty of the earth. Pay attention to the singing birds, plant a seed (spring) or gather your harvest (fall). Listen for the stillness in your world. For in that moment, you in synch with your changing season.
We're All In This Together,