-Autumn is the season most associated with Perimenopause. It is the time in the seasons when we look back on all we have achieved or planted and worked on. What has come to fruition. It can be for the year or for this time in our life. We may begin to harvest the good stuff from our endeavours but we also may look at what has not been working for us with a view to change. We have gained wisdom and experience from our time. Taking stock, we now get to put it to use and not let anything get in our way. It is also a time when things may begin to slow down again, when we start to move inwards, a little introspection and reflection. Getting ourselves ready for the time of rest in the next season, taking with us what we need, knowing there will be renewal once Spring comes around again.
I have placed myself in Supported Cobbler pose. For me it signifies a position of receiving and trust - receiving all the good stuff that nature and the universe has to offer us. It honours the place of the womb space where the potential of creation and creativity lies. It reminds me that I am being held and everything will be ok in the end.
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