“What I know about Gaia is that she tells the truth of her own experience without attachment to outcome. She expresses her surrender intensely along a continuum of gentle to fierce. Her most gentle expressions can be observed in the delicate flowers that push through the spring soil, and in the way new ferns unfurl on the rainforest floor. On the other end of the spectrum, she expresses through volcanos, wildfires and tsunamis as —evidence of her great ferocity.
The entire continuum has one element in common: all of it requires intensity. Without intensity, the old would not be transformed into the new. The ground would remain brown and barren, and the island nations would never form. Year after year, moment after moment, she creates anew through surrender. By surrendering the old, the new can explode into potential, changing her landscape once again.” (Deb Gleason)
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