Nature is always our best teacher, and I can't stop sharing thoughts about the importance of balance and the relativity of points of view.
The Solstices are always great reminders. At different latitudes, we have different phenomena: in the Northern Hemisphere, this is the longest night of the year, while in the Southern Hemisphere it's the opposite. But at the Equator, during all year, day and nights are all the same. The more we go close to the Equator, the less Mother Nature shows us her cycles.
I believe that both the Masculine and Feminine principles are whole per se, but the way those principles express the vital energy are complementary to each other. The Masculine way to express the vital energy is more linear, the Feminine is more cyclic. In fact, human physiology shows us that males have one dominant hormone, while females have two, constantly dancing and creating inner waves and tides.
Nature actually includes all the shades in between these two manifestations - the linear and the cyclic - and this is why I keep saying that Nature is our best teacher, always inviting us to keep our minds and hearts open.
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If you want to deepen the concept of feminine wholeness, I suggest you read my book The Sacred Body: Embody Your Feminine Wholeness at Any Age to Thrive by Reconnecting to Nature’s Cycles. You can find it HERE.