Our paradigm is how we see all of life – a worldview, if you like. When it shifts, it’s like being turned upside down and shaken.
What is freedom? Probably not what you assume it to be…
There comes, in any adventure, a tipping point. What kind of tipping point? Glad you asked. It depends on the circumstances. (And if anyone told you circumstances are irrelevant, think again.)
I won’t interfere where it is not my place. I don’t need you to change. And Awareness certainly demands nothing of you beyond the invitation to a lived experience of love and freedom. I ask you to hear me. I will hear you.
Here’s a very brief note on what “direct experience” means, because I’ve been asked a few times this week.
You’ll notice I use quotes or refer to respected teachers and researchers when I’m writing or speaking. These are always to illustrate something, or to open us up to further exploration. The point I’m making will always stand alone.
“We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience.” –Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
There’s a tendency amongst the “woke” to see themselves as having a higher level of access to truth. Especially if they retreat into a cave, a religious institution, or a clique that rejects dissenters.
I’m sad. I was hurt. The things you said and did, the words unspoken and the deeds not done, they still sting. And they may haunt me for the rest of this lifetime.
Time is an illusion, albeit a persistent one.