In the cosmogonic myths of the Shintoist tradition, Musubi personifies the creative energy that generates and animates all forms of life. In perpetual motion, it works towards the unification of the dual forces that preside over the world and underlines that these forces (day/night, masculine/feminine, earth/sky, full/ empty, etc.), understood as different images of a same reality, are not incompatible...
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