The Good, the Bad, and the Reality
The Good, the Bad, and the Reality Djwhal Khul through Kathlyn Kingdon
Beloved students, how lovely I find it to greet you once again, this time in the month of the vernal equinox. Earth is once again shifting her cycle toward a new season, presenting you this month with a day wherein the daylight hours are equal to the hours of darkness on your planet.
Presumably, this gives each of you an opportunity to experience balance in much the same way as did your ancient ancestors. Since they had no timepieces to consult, they responded to daylight and darkness from a much more organic place than do most of you. While it may seem as if humans today, over the generations, have lost this capacity, when the equinox rolls around this year, see if you can resurrect that ancient tribal ability to sense just where you are in the scope of a given year.
The spring equinox this year will occur on March 20 at 16:57 Universal Time, or the point of sunrise on the Pacific Ocean just west of the International Date Line and at sunset in Eastern Europe and Africa. This is the point when the Sun crosses the celestial equator, a single event influencing the entire planet, but occurring at different times according to time zones. Thus, North America will experience the balancing point as a morning event in all time zones except Eastern Daylight Time, where it will occur at 12:57PM.