We really are in something together. And to that extent we have to draw an extra level of comfort from that. We have been in the experience of life together, but we haven’t been in the experience of crisis together.
You talk to yourself more than anyone else. The words you use impact every part of yourself. How you speak to yourself results in you creating, and recreating a reality. Every word we use packs a creative punch. I want to give you a word.
Now we’re in our second week of this experience, and – if my instincts are correct – we’re going to shift a little bit on our inside. The reality that our lives are going to change is really going to sink in.
All of our lives are going to change, and are changing forever. Forever. This transition is going to be frightening, and is going to be, for many, catastrophic. But it wasn’t unexpected. Remember Buddha always taught things change in the blink of an eye – and now they’re changing in the blink of an eye.
In scripture they talk about walking into the unknown, walking into the desert. There’s something about this time – as this is the first time, honestly, in the history of humanity where all of us are on the same journey. Everyone. In every nation. We’re all taking the same journey.
If we think about the conversation we’ve been having, we could feel something in the air. Something was changing in our lives, and now that ‘something’ has happened.
How do I even begin to address the epic we are living together? Something much bigger, much more profound, is reshaping our lives right now.
This survivor archetype is so pervasive that you likely have no idea how many deals you strike according to the agenda of the prostitute. Becoming conscious of how you negotiate your power to find security is crucial to your health. I can’t stress enough how important it is right now that you learn to work with the prostitute archetype, and find a path into the light.
I’ve asked Robert to share with you a video of collected insights into the nature of chaos. His intuitive perspective on personal and collective cycles of chaos, and how they unfold in our lives through six archetypal stages is well worth your time.
Hope is the grace that comes in and helps you start breathing. Hope comes in through your breath, and it comes in through your heart. It doesn’t come in through your mind.