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Edin: The Myth of Sacred Life
Of the irrevocable soul.
Of their unalienable rights.
The myth of Edin is the principle of life in its purest form. To Edin a plant or tree is a living, conscious entity just as a bird is conscious and sacred, just as a human is sacred. Whether it’s pain felt by an insect, or a fish, or a human… all have a common experience. Axiomatically, the pain oneself may feel is no more real than the pain a pig might feel as it’s slaughtered. And as such it’s no less cruel. Because Edin approaches all matters of life from the empathetic projection into the individual, the experience is considered no different from the inside-out. It understands that anything with even the most minimal capacity to experience Life, joy and pain, is conscious.
It is an equalizer of value, by virtue of all things being participants in the experience of life. Nothing alive can be robbed of its right to be here; of the privilege of existing. All is pure and correct in being what it is. “All equally deserve to exist.” And delving further, Edin holds a belief in the sacred soul; the immaterial and unalienable essence of life in things. Some call this essence Love. Some call it Consciousness. Some call it the spirit of Gaia or the Great Mother.
Perfection for Edin is being exactly what you always were all along; which first takes discovering/finding yourself, trusting it, then living always in alignment to what you discover constitutes your nature. Being the animal you are, Running with the Wolves. Letting your flame shine without reservation or apology.
Has a life, has a spirit, has a name”
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