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Goddess - Wikipedia
We may have a tendency to view the trinity as discrete and separate aspects, but in fact, they overlap. The Wheel of Life is circular, and in a circle there is no beginning and no end. The Crone is not only the end of the cycle; She is decline and death after the end of the maturity and fertility of the Mother aspect, but She is also rebirth, heralding in the youth and vigor of the Maiden. She is transition and transformation, a bridge from the end of one cycle to the beginning of a new cycle. And She is more. She is depth and shadow and the unconscious. She cannot be controlled, or even avoided when the time comes.
Virgin, Mother, Crone.
Relationships are like bodies. There needs to be a solid balance in order to maintain optimal health. If you throw one tiny part off balance you disrupt the whole system, it falls apart and death comes shortly thereafter. Maintaining a healthy balance with a body is hard work.
It is an interpretation of these three faces as representing the Dynamic by which the Cosmos unfolds, that is, the extant Creativity that is in continual transformation and has always been so. Accordingly, as this thesis takes the Cosmos to be a seamless whole, the conscious alignment with the continual process of transformation innate to Being. Thomas Berry and Brian Swimme call the composition of these three, cosmic grammar. The ritual celebration of seasonal points are then developed as a method of embodying and sensualizing, and speaking this deep Dynamic of Creativity.