Chaos and Fern Sovereignty

DSC_0130Shari loves to dance chaos. She told me that she learned to be with chaos, to honor unpredictability and flow from dancing with chaos during ecstatic dancing—5 rhythms dances of Gabrelle Roth. I danced chaos with Shari and I remembered her words. I began to see how chaos and unpredictability were my allies and how chaos is an integral part of my creative process.

I notice the never-ending fractal rhythms of my creative bursts of energy following deep periods of introspection following contraction following expansive states of love. Of course these rhythms never feel predictable in how they manifest, yet they always seem to follow a natural rhythm even when it feels stormy.

As feminine energy anchors more fully in balancing the planet, unpredictability and chaos is a given. Chaos is a way of life, of nature, of our true nature. It is the formless that precedes creation. Chaos is in the void, the space of the cosmic womb. It is the place of our origins and our remembering of who we truly are. We must let go of control and accept chaos.

Fern Sovereignty

All of nature is now free of outside controlling elements!

Humanity’s struggle with chaos has been portrayed as a dragon or serpent that is tamed, enslaved, controlled. Chaos is reptilian, an ancient primal energy. It must be contained, suppressed, repressed. Patriarchy and religion still try to rule by controlling chaos and bringing order to nature. Controlling the wild unpredictable nature of the feminine is their purpose. Yet there are missing the gift that lives in the shadows.

images-2Fractals are the designs that chaos creates that are seen in the never-ending patterns of the trees, rivers, banks, clouds, bodies, organs, and hurricanes. It is chaos that becomes order over time or space. How high or long we look at something can reveal its true order and beauty… taking us out of judgment of the seemingly disordered presence of creation energy.

Recently, I had a inner-vision of a Patriarch. He told me he was retiring. Done. He left. The words that came after he left were: It is time for Fern Sovereignty: All of nature is now free of outside controlling elements! Ferns are very feminine in nature and display beautiful fractals patterns of chaos! Sovereignty is the word that came to most women when asked “What do women want?” As we embrace chaos as part of life, as unpredictable as it is, we can gently unfurl from birth to full expression.

2 thoughts on “Chaos and Fern Sovereignty

  1. Chaos–or, complex dynamics–is such an interesting study, I think, and have lead me toward systems thinking and systemic contemplation. But, more than how chaotic forms have piqued my curiosity and shifted my perspective, I find that natural chaos–and its complex structures–are so very beautiful. Add to that, that Nature has no guilt about the unpredictable imperfections that often reside alongside the predictable (though complex) structures, and these dynamics become both more lovely and the best teachers.

    Thanks for sharing your perspective, Camilla, and for your passion around ferns. They are one of my very favorites. =)

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