Dedicated to Women

"And then the moon, like to a silver bow
New bent in heaven, shall behold the night
Of our solemnities."
W. Shakespeare - A Midsummer Night's Dream, Act 1, Scene 1
The "Moon Goddes"  Marie-Michelle Faber in 'Amaluna'  (Cirque du Soleil) 
Image by Rose Joy Kivellote courtesy of Alternavox Magazine

Feminine World is deeply connected to Nature. 

Women know Nature’s cycle from their inside, because the natural hormonal cycle usually counts the same number of days as the lunar month. And we can notice that lunar phases reflect seasons, and day-night phases, too.

In all of these cycles we can find four main phases: 

  • a dynamic moment of awakening, as Spring, and the morning;
  • a moment of full activity, full of gifts and light, as Summer, and noon/afternoon; 
  • a moment dedicated to changes, as Autumn and sunset; 
  • a moment dedicated to recover energies, to rest, to meditate, or to do regenerative activities, as Winter, and night. 

Every phase brings particular “gifts”, but sometimes we are not able to open ourselves to these gifts and to their power, or sometimes we need someone of these gifts …but we are living in another “phase”. So, sometimes we need to recognize the power of these gifts, and re-integrate them in our beingbecause in our life we pass through changes, as in natural cycles. We live moments of great energy, but also moments of  “falls”.  And sometimes we don't find so easy to stand up again. 

Through a deeper knowledge  of our body, emotions and "nature", experiencing movement, and rhythm, and dance, we can learn how to respect and manage every phase, drawing from every gift we need, flowing with Life anytime, anywhere, walking on the Path of Integration.

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