Archive for 'Four Elements'

Stay Grounded/Element Earth

Basic Attributes: Solid, practical, steady, fertile, manifesting, feminine, sensual

Imagine standing outside barefoot with your feet connecting to the earth. What kind of ground comes to mind for you? Is it a warm, sandy beach? Or a cool, grassy lawn? Maybe it’s wet mud that squishes between your toes, or a dry and cracked clay that leaves your feet coated with orange dust.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Fuego/Element Fire

Basic Attributes: creative, passionate, dynamic, hot-tempered, active, independent, dangerous, intuitive, masculine

We’ve all likely heard the phrase “If you play with fire, you’re going to get burned” more than once in our lives. Most of us have probably found this to be true firsthand, whether figuratively, literally, or both. Fire can be irresistible – it’s beauty, it’s intensity, and it’s powerful ability to change or transform something immediately draw us in.

We want to touch it, to manipulate and control ...

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Blowin in the Wind/Element Air

Basic Attributes: communication-oriented, social, lives in the mental planes, masculine, idea-oriented, verbal, rational

“Blowin in the Wind” was written and released by Bob Dylan in the early sixties when he was about 20/21 years of age. Who of us born and raised in the US between the mid 1950s and 1980 didn’t grow up with this song at least in the background of our childhood? It’s a spiritual anthem that can be considered to address a plethora of human issues and events. The ...

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Water, Water, Everywhere

Basic Attributes: emotional, intuitive, controlling, morphing, feelings, relationships, love, life-giving, fertile

Water is the mother of all elements, constituting roughly 70 percent of both our bodies and the planet. Does anyone else think that correlation is significant?? We are of this planet, and this planet is of us.

Water nurtures, brings life, sustains life, and takes life away. It is the most powerful, impactful, and necessary element. Before animals can even breathe or touch the ground with their feet, they need water to live; ...

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