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  • Writer's pictureRobin Tåg

Embracing the Dance of Nature

Lately, I have contemplated the concept of "Cyclical Living” and the resonance with nature's rhythms and our own inner cycles. At its heart, the perspective of cyclical living invites us to harmonize with the natural world, recognizing the interconnectedness of all things and finding balance in the ebb and flow of life.

Nature's Rhythms as Guides

The changing seasons marked by the Equinoxes and Solstices, along with the phases of the moon, serve as nature's gentle reminders of the cyclical nature of existence. These rhythms are not just external markers but resonate within us, guiding us through our own cycles of embracing change, and finding a balance between activity and rest, growth and decay, giving and receiving 

In our modern world, it's easy to lose touch with these natural cycles. However, tuning into nature's rhythm is always within reach during the moments we choose to immerse ourselves in the great outdoors.

The Moon's Dance with Water

The moon's gravitational pull creates the mesmerizing tides of our oceans, lakes, and rivers, a dance that reflects the cyclical nature of life itself. Given that our bodies are composed of approximately 60% water, it's intriguing to ponder the moon's subtle influence on our internal waters. 

While the scientific evidence is still unfolding, the symbolism is captivating. The moon's phases serve as a symbolic mirror, reflecting nature's cyclical dance and prompting us to reflect on our own rhythms and cycles. 

Tuning into Nature's Melody

Whether or not you subscribe to the moon's influence, there's undeniable wisdom in aligning with its phases and rhythms. It acts as a symbolic beacon, highlighting the interconnectedness of all existence and encouraging us to turn inward, connecting with our inner waters. 


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