For Mother Nature the season of Winter... death is not feared. It is not seen as something has gone wrong. It is embraced by Mother Nature as the stepping stone for what is to come... Spring and new life.
In this work I teach people when it is time for something in their life to die, it doesn’t mean it has to be the death of them. Sometimes people can mistake that they can’t keep living, when it is aspects or relationships in their life, which actually need to die. I encourage people to embrace the seasons of life.
An example of embracing the seasons of life... we can see Fall as a season of introspection, time to examine what in our lives that needs to be let go... fall from us, or what aspects of ourselves no longer serve us. It is healthy to discern what relationships are serving us, which are aligned and which need to fall from us, to be let go. Once we have discerned what needs to die we walk into Winter, the season where death is a natural state.
For Mother Nature Winter, death is a natural part of life. It is embraced by Mother Nature as the stepping stone for what is to come... the next season. The trend in our culture is to be perpetually wanting Spring and Summer. This lean in our society creates imbalance. It is becoming clear to most people that it is time to make balancing our lives a priority.
It is time to wake up and live in truth. It is truly time to Evolve! What Fall and Winter bring are essential aspects of life. They create the space for us to be born anew or aspects of ourselves or our lives to be born anew.
Death creates the space and vibration for Spring.
Summer is the time where everyone is getting together and going out in the world, treating ourselves to vacations, an intentional time of fun which is beautiful and needed just as the other seasons of life.
It is my work to hold the micro and macro aspects of life, to see the whole as the balancing agent that keeps us grounded in welcoming whatever is needed in our lives and embracing life's natural flow.
This natural process of embracing the death of what needs to go has been life saving for my son, Elliot and for me. In this process we each learned we didn’t need to take our own lives to experience the release our Souls were longing for. Reese Guthrie