Libra Season Air Element Meditation

Regain footing in your relationships with a Libra season air element meditation.

Take a little time to realign—or to get in tune with the deeper corners of your mind! Try this meditation when the Sun beams in Libra, one of the zodiac’s three air signs (along with Gemini and Aquarius.

Libra elemental power

Air is about action, ideas, and motion—the “winds of change.” When a strong gust hits you, you can’t help but move! This element can get stuck energy flowing, both inside your mind and with other people. Mental clarity and open communication are the gifts of air.

While you’re settling back for this breezy meditation, have a think: Do you need to make a peace offering? Libra’s harmonious vibes can help you smooth over any rough patches in your most important relationships.

Divided as the world may be, now is the time for seeking harmony in all areas of our lives. The four weeks of Libra season are a good time to collaborate, cooperate and co-create. Ponder this: It’s never too late to at least try to make amends. The gracious diplomacy of Libra season makes you (and others!) more open to accepting apologies.

Libra Season Air Element Meditation

Learn how to find peace, harmony, and collaboration this Libra season air element meditation. There are two meditations from which to choose, depending on how much time you have: one is 10 minutes and one is an hour.

You could also use the 10-minute one to supercharge yourself throughout Libra season and the hour-long one when you have more time to devote to your meditation practice. 


Brooke Dabalos

Brooke Dabalos ( is a musician, songwriter, poet, artist, intuitive medium, author, and Bay Area native. After a move to Portland, Brooke dove into healing arts and meditation practices, exploring a childhood interest in spiritual wisdom. With the encouragement of mentors and family members, she began to share Intuitive Readings, Mediumship, Past Life Regression, and spiritual workshops as in 2014. She self-published her first book of poetry and spiritual tools, Lightning Thoughts, in 2017, and opened The Lightning Center, a space for healing and community gatherings. She recently moved to New York City to work on her seventh album and second book, Something in the Sky: True Stories and Tools for Transformation.