For example, in the style of "Earth my body, water my blood, air my breath, and fire my spirit." Such connections to the Earth can be amplified by menstruation in women, and the value of one's own female body as a vessel of life.
Furthermore, if ones body is Earth, body hair can be viewed as a microcosm of a garden.
- very much12%(6)14%(14)Vote15%(8)
- a little22%(11)18%(18)Vote13%(7)
- no, nothing is divine20%(10)24%(24)Vote26%(14)
- no. that's idolatrous2%(1)7%(7)Vote11%(6)
- no, the body is the opposite of divine5%(2)6%(7)Vote10%(5)
"All of the elements in our bodies are the same elements produced in stars, & we're obviously physically created from the natural processes of nature...& the connection of the female menstrual cycle to the cycles of the moon... is very meaningful."
Also, stem cells from menstrual blood have been used to treat heart failure patients & save limbs
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Whatever a person's religion (or lack of), I've always been drawn to conceptions of the body as having a spiritual essence. All of the elements in our bodies are the same elements produced in stars, and we're obviously physically created from the natural processes of nature. The "seed and garden or vessel" metaphor you mentioned when it comes to sex is especially meaningful, as is the connection of the female menstrual cycle to the cycles of the moon.1
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I believe any spiritual connection to earth, nature, the universe, god,
or even alter dimensions, can enhance self empowerment, self confidence,
self realization and self fulfillment, to attain your goals :::
in the art of living, loving, nurturing and career, no matter what it is.
That's how i believe.
But history tells us something else ::: that even the devine or the non spiritual
can be cruel, ruthless and destructive to nature and the nature of the human spirit.
That's right . There is an evil collective who honor satan and the illuminati .
What now of the metaphors of the spiritual and the essence?0