“…if the human species wakes up and knows how to live
withÂ responsibility, compassion, and loving kindness,
the human species canÂ be a living organism
with the capacity to protect the body of MotherÂ Earth.
We have to see that we inter-are with our Mother Earth,
that weÂ live with her and die with her.”
~Thich Nhat Hanh
Cycles.Â Rhythms.Â Eddies.Â Whirlpools.Â Phases.Â Tides. Currents.
Motion and Emotion.
Our lives move in these ways.
We move in these ways.
Just like the oceans, winds, too, move in cycles, eddies and flows.
Women’s bodies are connected to the Earth, and when we are conscious of her, conscious that her soul needs healing, too, we can love her back to healing.
Like the earth, we are not rational beings, no matter how hard we try to make it so.
Our world is not linear nor rational. It’s only the rational mind that tries to categorize, compare and contrast in order to make some sense of the spiral, circular nature of life.
The feminine moves in non-linear ways.
When you find yourself making yourself wrong for not being reasonable and rational all the time, moving in spiral and circles rather than a straight line, remember our Mother and how she moves. Remember your nature. Remember you are connected to her, and in this remembrance you organically and naturally participate in the healing of all of life.
Watch the time-lapse video, Perpetual Ocean, on Nasa’s Flickr page.
The Scientific Visualization Studio atÂ NASA’s Goddard Space Flight CenterÂ created this beautiful animation calledÂ Perpetual Oceanwhich visualizes the ocean’s surface currents over a 30-month period between June 2005 and December 2007.Â The animation was created using NASA and JPL’s high-resolution model of the global oceans, which is normally used for running simulations and predicting changes in the currents. But this time the results were exaggerated to produce this short film that looks like it sprang from a Vincent Van Gogh canvas.Â
Watch the wind currents over the US.
Thank you to Working With Oneness for sharing this beautiful image from Nasa.