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Hi world,

Emerald is here to wish you a Graceful Thanksgiving holiday for Americans celebrating today. Today, I am reflecting on the nature of mother-in-law and daughter-in-law dynamics.

Son in the middle, (i.e. the sun)
is mother-in-law (i.e. the earth) and daughter-in-law (i.e. the moon) playing a tug of war, unconsciously seriously?
Why.
For what.

Sun shines all
sun nourishes all
sun repeats cycle
sun brightens all

Mother shines life on the son
mother nurtures son
mother repeatedly takes care of the son
mother brightens path for son early on

Daughter shines joy to son
daughter nurtures son’s ambition
daughter repeatedly loves
daughter brightens the possible path for a new life in the present and future.

Sun, earth, moon
the cosmic dance
engaging in a tug of war
tug of grace
graceful journey through the cosmos

Sun shines earth
sun shines moon
earth rotates sun
earth orbits around the sun
moon orbits around the earth
moon follows sun with the earth

moon says enough earth, allow the cosmic marriage between the sun and moon harmonious
moon says be content earth, enjoy the sunlight and leave moon be
moon says be well earth, we love you the way you are
moon says thank you earth, your duty is now done.

Right,

mother-in-law’s psychology is hard to debunk
conscious daughter-in-law has the ability to navigate the unconscious terrain of mother’s psychology
speak no more dear daughter-in-law, pick your battle wisely and you win without effort.
Effortless win, I take it.

Beauty is growing consciousness which is a tool for navigating relationships with grace
Beauty is a dedication to be set free from suffering on earth
Beauty is accepting what is, and strategically navigating the undercurrent world of people’s ‘shit’.

Psychology behind mother-in-law
by Jason Craig

https://aleteia.org/2017/06/19/why-do-i-always-fight-with-my-mother-in-law/

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