and maybe still do. This is something I used to believe and focus on well over twenty years ago. I tried to let go of it because I was highly ridiculed the first time I gave voice to it. I've since come to realize that I don't have to answer to anyone. Anyway, I used to believe that the moon was an agent of an individuals growth. I believed that during a waxing moon our minds and emotions are forming new patterns/ areas of growth and during the full moon those changes are set. And finally, during the waning moon those changes are integrated with our past changes and the entirety of our being. For me this belief always dovetails into more scientific questions, namely what beliefs/emotions did the moon inspire in our hominid ancestors 3+ million years ago. And finally (I know I'm rambling) what was it like to have such a dynamic emotional spectrum, which I believe our ancestors had, without higher reasoning and communicative abilities. It must have been maddening and beautiful.
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