Balance, for the ancients, was found in the examples of day and night, the ebb and flow of the tides and the moon, the abundance and scarcity of summer and winter, the intricacy of the many life cycles in constant flux around them. To maintain equanimity within these cycles required observation, fluidity, and humility.
They expressed the complex energies that wove their lives together with deceptively simple systems. A few of those systems- the Wheel of the Year, the Chakras and the Yin/ Yang- have become the three pillars of Wild Wellness .
In Wild Wellness, these will be our guides, teaching us to understand Nature's language through every month of every season around the year.
This is the path of returning to a Nature-centered life.
This kind of life is the path of vitality and innate resilience. In other words, health.