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Embodying the sacredness of "water element" moving through my 14 microcosmic orbit points.
Storing her in my svadhisthana chakra ~ home of the flowing, watery, sensual and emotional realms.
How does she move?
Dropping in further into her healing essence. Creating memory in my energetic system.
Knowing her vibration ~ imprinting all of me.
This is how I write.This is how I speak.
This is how I create meditation ~ from the vibration of the elements and own sexual chi.
WOMEN: MESSENGERS OF DECEPTION 🥀
In many of my articles, I talk about how women are embodiments of Maya. Maya is illusion, and also energy or consciousness projected into matter. What does this really mean? It is often said that anything and everything has its proper and improper application, and use and Maya is no different. People who fear Maya, the Goddess and, by extension, women, are just unable to "control" them, and that should be obvious. In reality, even when Maya is doing evil and destroying people, she is still functioning according to the Universal will, and so we cannot really say that when she is hurting others she is "bad", because without her destroying the weak and impure, the world would be full of weeds when we want it to be full of flowers. In reality, it's her destructive aspect that is more merciful in a technical sense because it allows truth and beauty alone to flourish. When we experience Maya in a more positive sense in relation to our own self, however, we experience the fun and the "nourishment" that comes from experiencing something. All of this world is a simulation, likened to a video game or a movie, and our experience here is actually due to our own unconscious desires for the types of experiences we go through. When we watch a play or a movie, whether it is tragedy, horror, comedy, or whatever else, its success and ability to gratify the audience depends on its ability to deceive. So we can't say that something that is deceptive is bad, because if it were people would not crave it so deeply in the form of movies, books, and in the form of women, who are literal embodiments of deception and artifice to the deepest core of their being. If a movie, book, or woman cannot cause successful "illusions" we are disappointed and reject it, because it cannot captivate our attention. When anything captivates our attention and causes us anger, fear, lust, or anything else, it is all because that being has the ability to delude us and get a rise out of us in some way. In the case of attractive women, we find that they are magnets for all kinds of attention, including lots of anger. Read more in the comments or on my site (in bio). 🖤
I want to release something that's been on my mind lately: but will probably come out in a ramble as usual (;
as this year closes, reflecting on what's come and gone, what's stayed, what I've released (even if I was grasping for dear life), the honest-to-god MORPHING and shedding and radical transformation that's accompanied; so much to take in and process, that #grittyenlightenment
I speak of, is just that...GRITTY, not at all graceful or "mindfulness and crystals" and all that trendy shyt.
getting to my point:
I am not even a quarter of a century old yet - and for fucks sake I really have GOT to start giving myself a bit more acknowledgement - across many spectrums but most definitely in the realms of self-awareness, accountability and in planting + nourishing the seeds I fully intend to harvest abundantly. This goes for many aspects of my life: sexuality and navigating so much of that deep-seated shame and abandonment, mothering and raising a hella rad human, my position as a partner and friend in the ways I unearth so much for those I value and encourage them to do the same for themselves, and my career, this calling, what I'm intending to bring to my community and to the many people who may resonate with the wisdom I have to share + learn
& do you know what so much of that comes down to? RESPECTING yourself enough to be transparently honest about what you want, what you need + desire, what's good for you and what's not, and overcoming the fear in expressing that! validating that you are worthy of it allllll (even if some of it ain't pretty with neat lil bows), will come with so much reflection. You will question yourself and doubt yourself and it is all part of the whole - trust me on that one.
I've been avoiding my literal reflection and "selfies" and all that jazz lately, I really have been feeling as though I'm in a cocoon and no matter how much I wanted to struggle free or shouted for someone to hear me - it was just me myself and the darkness, the looming of doubt and shame.
& a "secret" - to know that this IS a phunkin whirlwind, that if you're feeling as though you're white-knuckling your intentions to stay grounded, sometimes that's all you have 👑
Origin Life from chemicals VI
Our third example, the action of the enzyme DNA gyrase in cellular reproduction, graphically illustrates the serious problems mechanistic theories face in attempting to explain the origins of complex behavior in cells. In a bacterium such as E. coli. the DNA molecule is a loop-shaped, intertwined double helix, which separates into two helixes during cellular reproduction. As the upper portion of the helix uncoils, it naturally causes the lower portion to wind upon itself, or supercoil. Since the DNA is folded hundreds of times to fit in the cell, supercoiling invariably causes the strands to tangle. This tangling would prohibit reproduction: therefore the cell activates an enzyme, DNA gyrase, that unravels the knots in the DNA strands. The gyrase rearranges the strands as follows. First it cuts one of the overlapping strands, then pulls the other strand through the opening, and finally joins the ends of the cut strand back together. By means of this highly sophisticated operation, the DNA gyrase sorts out the tangle of chromosomes (see Fig. 2).
The question for biochemists is this: How could the DNA gyrase molecule have originated? It must be much too complicated in structure to have come about in one stroke, by the random combinations of molecules in the primordial soup. Scientists might therefore suggest it underwent a process of gradual evolution, step by step. But here's the catch-without DNA gyrase, there would have been no cellular reproduction, and without cellular reproduction, there is no evolutionary process to produce the gyrase. The origin of the gyrase enzyme thus remains one of the great mysteries of cellular evolution.
Fig. 2. The enzyme DNA gyrase can tie and untie knots in a cell's DNA strands (colored tubes) by systematically breaking a strand, passing another strand through the break, and then resealing the break.
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✨ Moksha (Sanskrit: मोक्ष) means emancipation, liberation or release. The goal of yoga is to release ourselves from the action of the unconscious mind. To be free from suffering. To become one with your soul and the divine. ✨