In ancient times the beginning of the year was reckoned from the moment when the sun crossed the equator at the vernal equinox and began rising higher each day in the heavens. Due to precession the constellation (not zodiacal sign) which lies behind the sun at the vernal equinox changes gradually through the centuries. However the first point of Aries retains its name, and for the astrologer this is the moment when the cycle of the twelve signs of the zodiac begins with 0 degrees of the sign of Aries.
The Suprarenals (adrenalin)
Classification: Cardinal, Fire, Positive
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The Aries glyph (symbol) represents the ram's horns. Traditionally ram's horns were used to blow away the old year to make room for the new. The energy of the glyph is like a fountain of water. When meditating on the glyph the image that came to my mind was that of a shoot pushing up through the soil; green and new.
To create your own Aries Yoga Practice simply hold the image of the Aries glyph in your mind's eye; then allow the wisdom of your subconscious to guide you through an Aries practice.
Here is a link to my teaching notes for one of my
Aries Zodiac Yoga day practices.