Moult ⁠— A Deeper Web Design Experience

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The Story of the Dragonfly

Dragonflies spend much of their early lives underwater. As underwater insects they are known as nymphs, and unlike most pond insects they do not have to come to the surface for air.

For most of their lives, nymphs live totally underwater where they are highly successful predators.

During this stage of its life, the nymph goes through a series of moults — stages of maturity on which it sheds its skin but still remains a nymph.

This stage can last for years, and during the time it has no idea whatsoever of the kind of future that lies ahead.

It is undergoing a series of hidden mutations.

Then, one day, all of a sudden, some sleeping gene deep within is triggered and the nymph does something totally out of character — it finds the stalk of a nearby plant and climbs out of the water.

For the first time in its life it tastes air and direct sunlight.

As the emerging dragonfly rises out of the element of water and prepares to be reborn into a new life in the element of air, the water that still lies within its body becomes the key to the transformation process.

Through a process of hydraulics, the water within the nymph’s body is pumped to the emerging wings and thorax, causing them to unfurl and spread out for the first time.

In other words, the dragonfly assumes its aerodynamic shape by means of water from its old life.

This metaphor shows us that as a species we must dive deeply into the emotional field where we will go through a series of mutations of which we are generally unaware.

The raw emotions become a vehicle for the unfurling of your future awareness, and once that awareness is born, your life is exists forever on a higher plane.

— The Gene Keys by Richard Rudd; pgs. 436-437