The support system that allows us to live is virtually invisible in its constancy and fluidity. It is entirely possible we don't notice the earth because some part of our body is always attached to it.
We can't see our Mother because she is always there supporting and sustaining us. Basically, she is too good at her job. She makes it too easy for us to take her for granted. The sun teaches us the day/night dichotomy, and therefore we are made aware daily of its periodic absence; the moon teaches us to mark time in a monthly rhythm and to mark the tides in its ebb and flow. We notice when it comes and we notice when it leaves. The earth is what births us, clothes us, and feeds us; and in doing so we can almost ignore her entirely as a source of the divine.
Moving forward, we will see and feel her gravity. She is tangible, palpable. Both literally and figuratively.
To balance the Father Sky imagery with Mother Earth imagery, we can do amazingly simple acts. It doesn't need to be complicated. The power of the earth is huge in its ability to foment change and to heal. Plant trees. Drink water. Walk barefoot. These aren't my ideas; but I am sharing them.
It doesn't require a huge bank account nor does it require a fiery revolution in the streets.
When the weight of fear over man-made situations such as war, terror attacks, gun violence, and anti-women violence becomes too great to emotionally bear, then do the things that bring Male and Female imagery back into balance for you. Do the nourishing things that support you and that support others. Touch the ground. Make tea. Walk with flowers. Everybody doesn't need to honor the earth simultaneously in order to bring our planet into balance. The earth is powerful enough that if even a small segment of the population brings their stellar/solar/lunar/male sky imagery into alignment with the fertile abundant ground we walk on, it will go a long way towards healing the world we live in.
Remember the symbiotic plant relationships we've had for millennia with the earth and with our mothers. These relationships allowed and allow us to thrive and to flourish. You are the embodiment of that successful relationship (otherwise, your genes wouldn't be here in a physical body capable of reading this!) and you can honor it be giving people with wombs a solid knowledge of their power to create life. And, you do that by remembering the plants which regulate the uterus and the hormone levels in the body during pregnancy. In short, you remember the plants which are abortifacients. We haven't forgotten them and if we remember, then we'll always have them. Men can't take them away. I would love to see gardens everywhere with evening primrose, pennyroyal, blue and black cohosh, angelica, and others thriving as an act of awareness of the power of the female body and of the power of the earth to provide us with what we need. It is the most powerful way to counterbalance the restrictive regulations people try to force upon wombs. Do a little research and then plant them.
Of course, I'd love to see gardens have all the herbal medicines growing happily in them. Dandelions, arrowroot, raspberry leaves, chamomile. And so much more. Again, just plant them. You don't even have to know how they 'work' in the body nor do you even have to use them medicinally. Just having them in your garden is memory enough for now.