Jera is the sign for the complete procession of the seasons. In Chinese philosophy, the concept behind Jera would be synonymous to the Tao. Everything in your being is in the world, and the world is in you.
Jera can be carried and kept as a way to attune ones awareness to the unfolding of the moment, and to heighten awareness for the part of the process you can participate in personally. It can be used to remind and guide you away from investing attention and emotional energy in things that are outside of your control or even your genuine range of awareness.
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