A practical guide to a seasonal life

It's time to reconnect to what lies within.

Pause for a moment. Take a breath. Do you still feel the pull of the sky? The call of mountains and lakes, of leaves and rain? The crackle of fire deep in your belly, the hum of the forest's song thrumming in your bones? Outside your window the land breathes and beneath your skin, your cells throb with recognition. Circadian rhythms flow like forgotten rivers through your veins. We wax and wane, we ebb and flow, we are part of a web which stretches far wider than the digital world.

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the fires and the black river of loss
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