What is the spiritual significance of mother and mother nature? Mother is the giver life and that which nurtures it.

What is the spiritual significance of mother and mother nature? Mother is the giver life and that which nurtures it.
Just as swiftly as she can give, she can also take.
Is mother a deity ?
Are her motivations and intentions good?

Or is this all just a modern sexualization of the nature of life and death?

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Yes, the Earth Mother is a deity. She has many names, attributes, aspects and manifestations, and one of Her many names is Gaia! She keeps you alive! Gaia is a Titan, one of the primordial Goddesses who came before the gods.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      So she's essentially all around us, and a form of nature itself ?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Not the version "she" wants. Those who are higher in power are like prisoners.
        Chrustcucks talked about this before i got put in forensic how you become a star blabla

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I wanna marry her and make a better world for everyone to be free in to have fun and explore their imaginations

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous
    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      My wife! Love you very much my darling! xoxoxoxo <3<3<3

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Holy fricking shit, how much cultural damage has Christcuckoldry done to whatever Western shithole you're posting from? Read your own post back. Every line of it is funny. If this was a bait post, 8/8 m8.
    On the off chance that you really are this lost then I feel really fricking bad for you bro so I will type a serious response anyway. I'd rather waste my time responding seriously to bait than mock someone in true need and then leave them.
    >What is the spiritual significance of mother and mother nature? Mother is the giver life and that which nurtures it.
    You said it yourself, yes. When we are talking about "mother nature" we are talking about one of the oldest gods in human history - really, the "earth mother" (and the "sky father", which Yahweh would later parasitically attach himself to, via Zeus) is probably the oldest human god. (Worshipping animals is older.)
    >Just as swiftly as she can give, she can also take.
    This is a motif for understanding cyclicality and the karmic flow of the world. It only looks sinister to you because Yahweh appropriated it and fricked up the context: nobody claims the earth mother is all powerful, in fact nobody has ever claimed any god ever is all powerful except Yahweh. God, what a pathetic religion. It was like it was made by a stupid, greedy child.
    >Is mother a deity ?
    Of coursh! She's ancient and prestigious, but you don't need that to be a deity, they emerge from human stories. Romans for example recognized this, hence their deification of Hercules - and yet modern people on the internet whine about "comic book character gods," a perception that only makes any sense if your brain has been poisoned and scrambled by an Abrahamic religion (since they can never reach or hear their god, and keep him distant and elevated, he never becomes a friend or a lover to them, so they never see humanity or humour. Thus they come to believe divinity is sterile and intimidating.)
    (Cont.)

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      (Cont.)
      >Are her motivations and intentions good?
      You literally just asked if nature is good. I think that indicates the level of fricked up that your culture has become.
      Of course nature is good, my friend. Look around you. You inhabit a beautiful organism. It balances itself so well that not even our species in its hubris has done it any real, lasting damage. Global warming damage will be over in the blink of an eye from the planet's perspective, just another greenhouse period and then another icehouse one millions of years later.
      Some people look at this and see nature as uncaring and cruel. They see this cycle in nature itself, they see the resultant carnage and they assume they are looking at something that is without pity or love. But this is fricking stupid, and it comes from a (guess what? Christian) desire to reduce the world to a perfect and static marble palace in which nothing ever changes or grows (The Thousand Year Kingdom. Don't worry, it will LITERALLY never happen, that's the divine joke: permanence is a cope, transience is everything.)
      If you're struggling with this, why not get OUT in nature? Why not stop asking questions about mother nature on a computer and go and find out for yourself by climbing a mountain or sitting under a tree? Why not have an encounter with an animal? Go and discover!
      >Or is this all just a modern sexualization of the nature of life and death?
      This is the funniest line in your post and it's the one that makes me think I could well be responding to a master shitpost here. If I am, well done.
      Firstly, there's nothing modern about mother nature, other than as a simple result of her timelessness, which makes her just as relevant today as she was to your deepest ancestors. The evidence for this is absolutely overwhelming to the point that I thought it constituted part of the common knowledge of the world. If you want a couple of pointers, go look up Danu and fertility idols.
      (Cont. again, cope)

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      What about mothers who neglect and abuse their children?

      (Cont.)
      >Are her motivations and intentions good?
      You literally just asked if nature is good. I think that indicates the level of fricked up that your culture has become.
      Of course nature is good, my friend. Look around you. You inhabit a beautiful organism. It balances itself so well that not even our species in its hubris has done it any real, lasting damage. Global warming damage will be over in the blink of an eye from the planet's perspective, just another greenhouse period and then another icehouse one millions of years later.
      Some people look at this and see nature as uncaring and cruel. They see this cycle in nature itself, they see the resultant carnage and they assume they are looking at something that is without pity or love. But this is fricking stupid, and it comes from a (guess what? Christian) desire to reduce the world to a perfect and static marble palace in which nothing ever changes or grows (The Thousand Year Kingdom. Don't worry, it will LITERALLY never happen, that's the divine joke: permanence is a cope, transience is everything.)
      If you're struggling with this, why not get OUT in nature? Why not stop asking questions about mother nature on a computer and go and find out for yourself by climbing a mountain or sitting under a tree? Why not have an encounter with an animal? Go and discover!
      >Or is this all just a modern sexualization of the nature of life and death?
      This is the funniest line in your post and it's the one that makes me think I could well be responding to a master shitpost here. If I am, well done.
      Firstly, there's nothing modern about mother nature, other than as a simple result of her timelessness, which makes her just as relevant today as she was to your deepest ancestors. The evidence for this is absolutely overwhelming to the point that I thought it constituted part of the common knowledge of the world. If you want a couple of pointers, go look up Danu and fertility idols.
      (Cont. again, cope)

      Tell me you lack empathy without telling me you lack empathy.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Yes, I lack empathy so hard that I just spent half an hour typing a gorillion words for a stranger to read on the offchance that he needs help. You idiot. Do you really believe a person lacks empathy just because they are rude?
        >What about mothers who neglect and abuse their children?
        Adharma. It's the Kali Yuga, baby!

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      (Cont.)
      >Are her motivations and intentions good?
      You literally just asked if nature is good. I think that indicates the level of fricked up that your culture has become.
      Of course nature is good, my friend. Look around you. You inhabit a beautiful organism. It balances itself so well that not even our species in its hubris has done it any real, lasting damage. Global warming damage will be over in the blink of an eye from the planet's perspective, just another greenhouse period and then another icehouse one millions of years later.
      Some people look at this and see nature as uncaring and cruel. They see this cycle in nature itself, they see the resultant carnage and they assume they are looking at something that is without pity or love. But this is fricking stupid, and it comes from a (guess what? Christian) desire to reduce the world to a perfect and static marble palace in which nothing ever changes or grows (The Thousand Year Kingdom. Don't worry, it will LITERALLY never happen, that's the divine joke: permanence is a cope, transience is everything.)
      If you're struggling with this, why not get OUT in nature? Why not stop asking questions about mother nature on a computer and go and find out for yourself by climbing a mountain or sitting under a tree? Why not have an encounter with an animal? Go and discover!
      >Or is this all just a modern sexualization of the nature of life and death?
      This is the funniest line in your post and it's the one that makes me think I could well be responding to a master shitpost here. If I am, well done.
      Firstly, there's nothing modern about mother nature, other than as a simple result of her timelessness, which makes her just as relevant today as she was to your deepest ancestors. The evidence for this is absolutely overwhelming to the point that I thought it constituted part of the common knowledge of the world. If you want a couple of pointers, go look up Danu and fertility idols.
      (Cont. again, cope)

      Secondly and finally, again with reference to your last line, you should ask yourself why you find the idea of sexualizing Mother Nature so strange. Do you not see that nature is all ABOUT sex? That one HALF of the "nature of life and death" (as you put it) IS sex? How do you think babies are born, exactly? What do you think bees do with flowers? Why do trees bear fruit for us to eat, and seeds for us to shit back out?
      I feel a lot of sympathy for you here because you've clearly been conditioned (AGAIN, by Christianity) into seeing sex as dirty, immoral, corrupt and profane. In fact, sex is pure, right, sweet and beautiful.
      But yes, "those who rule over us" DO see it as a thing to profane, and to use to profane others. (Again, a consequence of their religion. Hmm.) So I'm sure you're used to seeing vulgar and repulsive images designed to warp the mind and make it dependent upon profitable pornography.
      But you don't need to worry about this happening to the great gods, my friend. The gosa are incorruptible (though they're certainly trying to corrupt them lol, it's just not working: even when they reduce them to Marvel slop, they STILL end up looking noble.) If we look at the Dagda's exposed penis or Kali's exposed breasts, we are looking upon part of their aspect and countenance, their persona. They have these powerful symbols of fertility and virility for a reason!
      So yeah, in conclusion: please touch grass, and I mean this in the kindest and most loving way imaginable. Please go and feel the grass through your fingers, anon. Listen to the birdsong. Smell the air. Wake up and live.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Im glad you took the time to ridicule my lack of knowloedge in the subject before enlightening me anon!

      Thank you, you took the time to answer my questions. I understand that i sound stupid to you just for phrasing and even asking everything like an idiot (becuase i am). But it was asked regardless, and you responded with what you knew and what you were willing to share so I appreciate you.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      (Cont.)
      >Are her motivations and intentions good?
      You literally just asked if nature is good. I think that indicates the level of fricked up that your culture has become.
      Of course nature is good, my friend. Look around you. You inhabit a beautiful organism. It balances itself so well that not even our species in its hubris has done it any real, lasting damage. Global warming damage will be over in the blink of an eye from the planet's perspective, just another greenhouse period and then another icehouse one millions of years later.
      Some people look at this and see nature as uncaring and cruel. They see this cycle in nature itself, they see the resultant carnage and they assume they are looking at something that is without pity or love. But this is fricking stupid, and it comes from a (guess what? Christian) desire to reduce the world to a perfect and static marble palace in which nothing ever changes or grows (The Thousand Year Kingdom. Don't worry, it will LITERALLY never happen, that's the divine joke: permanence is a cope, transience is everything.)
      If you're struggling with this, why not get OUT in nature? Why not stop asking questions about mother nature on a computer and go and find out for yourself by climbing a mountain or sitting under a tree? Why not have an encounter with an animal? Go and discover!
      >Or is this all just a modern sexualization of the nature of life and death?
      This is the funniest line in your post and it's the one that makes me think I could well be responding to a master shitpost here. If I am, well done.
      Firstly, there's nothing modern about mother nature, other than as a simple result of her timelessness, which makes her just as relevant today as she was to your deepest ancestors. The evidence for this is absolutely overwhelming to the point that I thought it constituted part of the common knowledge of the world. If you want a couple of pointers, go look up Danu and fertility idols.
      (Cont. again, cope)

      [...]
      Secondly and finally, again with reference to your last line, you should ask yourself why you find the idea of sexualizing Mother Nature so strange. Do you not see that nature is all ABOUT sex? That one HALF of the "nature of life and death" (as you put it) IS sex? How do you think babies are born, exactly? What do you think bees do with flowers? Why do trees bear fruit for us to eat, and seeds for us to shit back out?
      I feel a lot of sympathy for you here because you've clearly been conditioned (AGAIN, by Christianity) into seeing sex as dirty, immoral, corrupt and profane. In fact, sex is pure, right, sweet and beautiful.
      But yes, "those who rule over us" DO see it as a thing to profane, and to use to profane others. (Again, a consequence of their religion. Hmm.) So I'm sure you're used to seeing vulgar and repulsive images designed to warp the mind and make it dependent upon profitable pornography.
      But you don't need to worry about this happening to the great gods, my friend. The gosa are incorruptible (though they're certainly trying to corrupt them lol, it's just not working: even when they reduce them to Marvel slop, they STILL end up looking noble.) If we look at the Dagda's exposed penis or Kali's exposed breasts, we are looking upon part of their aspect and countenance, their persona. They have these powerful symbols of fertility and virility for a reason!
      So yeah, in conclusion: please touch grass, and I mean this in the kindest and most loving way imaginable. Please go and feel the grass through your fingers, anon. Listen to the birdsong. Smell the air. Wake up and live.

      You really nailed it with these posts. Abrahamic religions intentionally neglect and obfuscate the Divine Feminine/Mother Nature, while also replacing the true Divine Masculine/Heavenly Father with a tyrannical fake. Frick that Yahweh bastard, he has been fricking shit up for too long.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The mother is pure chaotic energy represented spherically. When she develops a strong will she bears a son, who is order to that chaos and is represented angularly. The Mother must be ever mindful for once the son is brought forth eve if she changes her mind the son is already a manifestation of that will and the shortest path to achieve that goal.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Based understanding of mythology and the sacred geometry.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Does the son have free will ? Or is their path already set and determined?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        We are talking about spirituality here, not humans. The Son is the will of the Mother.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >inb4 frantic backpedalling

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    'earth mother' refers to how much the earth/nature is life-giving, especially to a pre-industrial civilization.

    the modern conception of 'mother nature' is a corruption of the original idea, and carries with it an implicit ideology of nature as some balanced and harmonious 'good', that should never be 'exploited'. when really nature is equally chaotic and violent, and a lot of what keeps modern man (and modern ideology like liberalism etc.) alive would otherwise be considered 'exploitative' or anti-nature.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >modern
      Who is Danu?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        An Irish goddess, and the Queen of the Sidhe.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Just as swiftly as she can give, she can also take.
    9 months is relatively unswifty when it comes to a death.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The bosom and void from which all things arise and perish, jai ma!

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous
    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Read the books! The movies don't render a faithful story to the original books - they're all badly made.

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    have you helped your mom today, anon?

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The assignation of feminine or masculine traits to deities or celestial objects or planets has nothing to do with the gender — neither physically nor metaphorically nor esoterically — of these phenomenon. In its positive forms, these personifications are merely a means for making the unfathomable slightly more fathomable, the alien seem familiar, the unapproachable seem more approachable, the ineffable seem more concrete. In its worse forms, it tries to recreate the entire cosmos in the image of a species of self-absorbed sexually reproducing primate that can't be bothered to see the value in anything that doesn't reflect its own image back at it.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      This is honestly an answer that I was leaning towards, we can't describe the indescribable so the best we can do is relate it with what we know. Our minds can only comprehend so much, so we're forced to fill in the blanks

  12. 1 month ago
    Ariel
    • 1 month ago
      Ariel

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