Let’s protect life in connection with cycles and mysteries
Along the “bicycle road des Bleuets”, we meet Gabriel, Marie-Christine and their son Théo. They are not only beekeepers, but they also raise queens. Fabulous journeys in the heart of the hive, we discover their passion and savor their raw honey as much as their friendship. It is not a particular bee that will become queen thanks to the efforts of the workers. Only the food that is given to her transforms her. A young larva is fed royal jelly. It then develops into a larger bee, which can live up to six years. It is the only fertile bee in the hive. She lays eggs all day long in order to give birth to the next generation of bees.
In each of us reigns a queen. She unfolds as much for the woman as for the man in her feminine part. The queen is above all a powerful archetype which, fully integrated, allows us to give birth to this voice in us in the service of something greater than ourselves. To express it in its rightness, the queen integrates her shadow and each part of her inner world. To position oneself as a queen is to welcome with the heart one’s vulnerability and fragility in a space of softness. It is to offer oneself the legitimacy and the right to say no. Aligned, the queen in us asserts herself, positions herself and takes her place not against the other, but for herself and in connection with and out of respect for what she is experiencing. The Queen offers to others a space of listening, of benevolence, of protection. By connecting to the archetype of the Queen, we welcome our inner power that we radiate with accuracy and softness. We protect Life in a vision of interconnectivity with all living things, in connection with cycles and mysteries.
Every day, we live more fully this notion of interconnectivity, whether it is with the natural world, with animals, with people we meet or with synchronicities that guide us.