For ages, humanity has honored the Moon and Sun cycles, as markers of essential, sacred, geometric aspects of the passage of life on Earth. Cycles of the Moon, eclipses, equinoxes, and solstices are indisputably the same for all of us. Our spiritual paths are woven into these cycles.
Over time, alternative holidays, replaced the natural Earth, Sun, and Star-based celebrations. However, to those of us that are on the path of Conscious Human Evolution , Gaia is the true Goddess, and her cycles are the appropriate times of celebration. She sustains all living things in every way, supplying nourishment and water, without which life could not endure.
She also re-charges the environment, with the crystalline energy that radiates from deep within her core, sending it to the dodecahedronal grid that surrounds her. Gaia provides us with medicinal herbs for healing, comfort, shelter, warmth, oxygen, and beauty.
In return, we show gratitude for her blessings by observing her cycles, made obvious by physical changes in the environment. These changes are essential, and affect the moods and habits of everyone. There is stillness in the low months, excitement and hope in the anticipation of spring, passion in the season of warmth and growth, and abundance and gratitude in the times of plenty. Celebrations of the seasons, facilitate participation in the natural cycles of the Earth. Even if we live in an urban environment, is possible for us to connect with the Earth by observing her cycles and seasons.
The cycles of life continue, in fractal patterns and exquisite designs.
The Autumnal Equinox is a time of plenty, thanks, and balance. We eat the foods of the season, surround ourselves with its warm colors, and bask in the richness of life, during this time of year. We are grateful, and give thanks, allowing ourselves the pleasure of enjoying the abundance of life.
We admire and acknowledge the trees as they delight our senses with a myriad of fiery colors. Even if we lives in a warm climate, we feel and observe the changes in the immediate environment. When we turn towards the natural rhythm of life, we become a reflection of it, balanced and filled with joy.
Winter is the time for rest, sleep, and enjoying the fruits of our labors. We fill our surroundings with extra light, to counter the darkness and create a sense of security. We seek out the comfort of home, friends and family. It is the season of reflection and slowness.
Spring arrives and the Equinox marks the last day that is shorter than the night. Rebirth abounds, and each day that passes is like a painting that has more color than the day before. We smell the perfume in the air, and adore the flowers when they make their appearance. Once more we hear the sounds of the birds, chirping messages of renewal. We feel the hint of warmth as winter makes its retreat.
Life is a dance, we must only move with the rhythm.
In the summer, we shed our outer garments and feel the sun on our skin. It is a time for recreation, or re-creating a world where we can live closer to nature. The earth offers us gifts of fresh fruits, vegetables, and plenty.
We relish the Sacred Seasons. They are holy and keep us balanced. We are not afraid or full of anticipation for what lies ahead. We do not see the world as a place in need of healing or the environment as damaged. Instead, we see it as the wonder it is.
We envision the air, water, sky, and forests exactly as they should perfectly be. We also understand that we can create the reality and life we wish. The Earth is not a victim of human kind, she is strong and vibrant. She has been witness to many civilizations, some far more advanced than the current one. She will endure, and the life that she generates will also endure.
It is from the Earth that all life continues, for Gaia loves all life unconditionally. We become unite with her again. Even if we must walk on concrete, we can still connect with her in many ways. Watching a TV show about the natural world can create a connection with the energy of Mother Earth. She senses our intention and send us her loving, nourishing energy to re-vitalize and renew.
When we nurture, pamper, and love ourselves, the world will reflect those actions. We are not afraid. We are of the Earth. As a result, we are powerful, vital, kind, and divine. Nothing can harm us. Tuning into the vibration of the trees, the animals, the clouds, and the water, will bring us to a place where we are calm and safe. We are part of the real world, the natural world, and we live forever in the perfect creation. In this place we can find everything we wish. It comes to us effortlessly and freely. We are eternally connected to the cycles of life, which continue in fractal patterns and exquisite designs. Each living thing is also of that lineage.We we see the beauty of all creation, which is in each one of us, it is amazing.
The Earth is not just a planet, she lives, breathes, loves, creates, and gives birth to her young, then watches them grow. She is the Divine Mother and sustainer of all life. We learn to return the love to her, and appreciate the gifts she has to offer. All living things seek nurturing; that is, maintaining the conditions that encourage, support, and promote the development of growth.
Take bubble baths, go for a hike, learn something new, travel, read the books, piled up in a corner. Go places, make love, and live your life, resonating with the cycles of nature.
Brought through with Love and Light by Wendy Ann Zellea
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