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Mother’s Day: Celebrating Modern Motherhood and its Lunar Tide Connection

Mother’s Day is an international festival commemorated and appreciated by millions worldwide, allowing us to express our thanks and recognise their invaluable role in shaping daily lives. While its customs may differ among cultures, its core purpose remains consistent – an occasion set aside exclusively for honouring remarkable women who influence us globally.


Redefining Motherhood Through Historical and Cultural Lenses

Mother’s Day’s history dates back to ancient civilisations, where motherhood was revered as a divine and sacred essence. Ancient Greece celebrated motherhood through Cybele events to honour Rhea, mother of all gods; Romans honoured her through Hilaria with gifts and feasting.

Fast-forward to America in 1914, where Anna Jarvis led efforts to formalise Mother’s Day as an official holiday, and President Woodrow Wilson officially announced it within their national calendar as President Woodrow Wilson officially proclaimed Mother’s Day as part of Mother’s Day as national calendar event, thereby solidifying it within the national calendar history and solidifying it into America’s national calendar history.

Since Mother’s Day first emerged, it has grown into an international celebration observed annually on various dates around the globe. Amid different cultures and spiritual beliefs, there remains great respect for motherhood; festivals like “Mata Tirtha Aunsi” in Hinduism or “Ullambana” in Buddhism serve as poignant reminders of maternal figures or ancestors that remain powerful influences over generations of humans.

Motherhood and Lunar Cycles Have An Important Relationship

Motherhood and the Mother’s Moon share an inextricable connection extending far beyond geographical and cultural barriers, weaving deeply into spiritual beliefs and astrological symbolism. Each moon phase symbolises distinct milestones of a woman’s life – from birth through death – while its influence offers insights into emotional expression and nurturing tendencies. Just as tides and cycles dictate changes within nature, mothers are integral in helping their children’s growth and well-being.

As for childbirth itself, lunar cycles hold great symbolic value across cultures. Women traditionally use lunar phases to determine fertility and labour timing, such as tracking their due dates. They use lunar phases to estimate due dates, with the full moon often coinciding with labour starting up again. Such connections underscore motherhood’s intrinsic link with nature, both contributing to shaping maternal experiences in profound ways.

Exploring Motherhood’s Emotional and Intuitive Depths

Motherhood requires deep trust in intuition and emotional connections—qualities intimately tied to the moon’s influence on our psyches. On Mother’s Day, we honour not only their selflessness but also their inherent ability to nurture, guide, and protect their children—often through intuitive wisdom that guides their way with love and care for each step along their parenting journey.

Conclusion – Honoring Motherhood and Lunar Wisdom

As we commemorate Mother’s Day, we celebrate the unbreakable bond between motherhood and lunar cycles and its multidimensional expression in maternal love and wisdom. Through cultural traditions, spiritual observances or intimate family gatherings – Mother’s Day is an apt reminder of this profound link between mothers and the natural world, reminding us how much these special women influence our lives throughout the year. Let’s show our thanks by remembering Motherhood for its timeless wisdom and all she offers us this Mother’s Day!

About Dadhichi Toth, the Author

Dadhichi Toth Vedic Astrologer

is a revisionary astrologer who works with both Eastern and Western systems of astrology.

He is the founder and CEO of and previous author of the best-selling astrology series of books for Harlequin Mills and Boon for 9 years.

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