Step 159: The Space Between Thunder and Lightening

“Feathers fall from the sky unexpectedly but not without purpose.”  ~Luca Danni

What was destined to be – has now become consequences of the past.  Energy collides.  When an ending-cycle and a beginning-cycle OVERLAP – confusion appears.   Time equals flavor.  The longer soup is cooked – the better it tastes.  Many humans feel as if they are being cooked.  We are.  It’s best NOT to try to escape the “heat” until fully cooked!  Evolution is not for the faint of heart.  A change in perspective can sharpen understanding and renew clarity.  Stillness is required.  Without options – the path is clear.   Sometimes – the choice is in accepting there is NO “either/or.”  That’s the sacrifice – letting go of “either/or.”   Make room for “Both/And.”  We have more choices than we realize.  As with any ending – boundaries must be set.  Pay attention to Nature’s Cycles – She has much to teach us.  Work with any limitation and understand – the more pressure one feels – the greater the need to expand “my Big Picture” perspective.  YES – there’s a reason for it all.  Listen to your body – it never lies!  Smell flowers and watch for feathers too.  All is well!  ❤

For those seeking a better understanding of what’s happening out there – we are closing out a 500-year cycle.  History calls it The Reformation – remember learning about Martin Luther in school?  Read it here.

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Step 50: Begin

“Change is inevitable – struggle is an option.”  ~My Grandma

Pay attention to what happens today – it will be (re)visited in April.  Be humble – be kind – be glorious.  Just because something looks “right” right now, doesn’t mean it will look the same in 2 months.  Why would you allow someone else to suffer in pain because you are afraid of appearing weak?  Don’t make this harder than it has to be.  Trust Yourself – Be your own Guru.  The Heart will outsmart the Mind.  Convergence arrives Friday.  All is well! ❤

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Step 47: Point of View

“The most fatal illusion is the settled point of view. Since life is growth and motion, a fixed point of view kills anybody who has one.”  ~Brooks Atkinson

 

You go to a lecture.  There are 5 other people in the lecture.  One person picks up his mobile phone and begins pressing its keys.  Everyone sees him and interprets his actions differently.

Person #1 thinks “idiot jerk he could have waited until after the lecture to text, how rude and disrespectful.”

Person #2 thinks, “I hope everything is okay it must be an emergency to text during a lecture.”

Person #3 thinks, “jeez, what’s wrong with that guy, I can’t even get him to notice me. Oh God, I’ve lost my touch because that phone is more interesting than me.”

Person #4 thinks, “wow, what a crappy-assed phone.  It’s a wonder that thing even works. What a loser.”

The lecturer thinks, “I can’t keep people’s attention. I’m boring, boring, boring and this guy doesn’t even like me.”

As an impartial observer like yourself, what do you think?  Hopefully you concluded he was taking notes on the lecture, because that’s what he was doing!

All is well!

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