“Consciousness is only possible through change; change is only possible through movement.”
― Aldous Huxley
Wheel of the Year Painting by Antony Galbraith
In Celtic tradition, time is depicted as a wheel, as in many indigenous traditions, always turning and moving through the cycles of seasons.
Each day is a new beginning and each evening an end, however, nothing is ever final or lost, because everything returns again – in one way or another – in a repeating natural cycle.
And although ‘time’ in our modern world is usually regarded as linear, the cyclical nature of life continues to be recognized, and when we understand this deeply, we can trust that life will always renew itself and be born again in another form.
Our state just went into lock down for three days. We have had a couple of active COVID cases in the community and as we all know, its so important to take the necessary precautions with COVID and because of this, Australia has kept on top of it so far.
Each one of us no matter where we live, is learning to adapt in a new way and understanding that although we do not have certainty, we do have control over our attitude and how we care for one another.
The spiral of life shows us that this too shall pass, and life will continue to renew and restore itself again and again.