We are a microcosm of nature and the universe’s macrocosm.
The forest is a wonderful example of transformative processes.
A forest grows and eventually the plants and trees begin to compete for light and life force energy. Only the strong survive, in this case the ones viable enough to make or have made that strong connection. This could include not only the native plants and trees but also the invasive ones as well. Then, fire is born from a spark of lightning or human existence. The fire destroys the living beings that are unable to survive the destructive nature of the fire. But some survive. This can happen in our practice, depending on how we focus our practice, our intention and Prana.
Nature then begins to restore harmony to the forest, with new channels of water, air flow through the trees and new access to light. This creates a whole new environment which helps restore the forest to a new phase, often to a much healthier one.
Hopefully, you have been practicing to remove the stagnation and resistant areas of life force circulation. You have cultivated your Prana in a way that serves your transformative fire, Agni, and facilitated the destruction and removal of old patterns, restrictions in your body and breath, thoughts and emotions, and any blockage keeping you from your true self. Growth is a destructive process. The next step in restoration.
By restoring harmony, the forest can feel a sense of rejuvenation. After periods of restructuring and growth, the forest lives with new levels of being. This happens above and below. As above, so below. Restoring your Prana is key to helping remove restrictions in the deeper tissues and restoring optimal health. To bring new LIFE!