As my journey continues in finding our connection to Mother Earth, I wanted to introduce to you, the most simplist understanding in defining the synchronicity of our life cycles and the Earth.
In the midst of writing this article, I recognized that I was writing on behalf of the female collective; but, it became apparent that men experience these cycles, as The Four Phase Masculine…
so to the male readers, I invite you to read with an open mind, of this connection that is applied to you as well.
It has taken me 20 years to disconnect myself from many negative feelings I had towards my body, and the instilled fear like judgement and shame, that I had been raised with, and carried with me for the majority of my life.
It was only this year that I connected with a number of global sisterhood communities, and continue to connect with women from all over the world, who teach the ancient traditions of the divine feminine, to the spiritual practice of our synchronization with Mother Earth.
As I began to realize my emotions, recognize my behaviours and accept my body; it was through this new found understanding of how we actively experience and transmit our energy, hormonally, emotionally and creatively, that the light bulb lit up within, as I had that ‘a-ha’ moment.
This article is to piece together for yourself, and realize the synchronicity you (we all) have with the Earth.
The Four Phase Feminine dates back to 10,000BC, where characteristics are determined by our life cycles.
Previously the Triple Goddess, these rites of passage represent our overall life stages.
Our ancestors believed in the Triple Goddess (Maiden, Mother and Crone), where women had babies at 14, were grandmothers at 30 and died at 45. Over the last ten centuries, we live much longer than our ancestors, which has expanded into The Four Phase Feminine, introducing the ‘Maga’, which is between Mother and Crone.
As a collective, our life cycles determine our characteristics through The Four Phase Feminine (/Masculine), representing our overall life stages through what are known as the rites of passage.
In simple terms, our life stage is something along the lines of birth to baby, to toddler, to child, to pubescent, to early adulthood, to adult, to senior, to old age, to death, to reincarnation.
Rites of Passage