Our evolution into becoming the beings that we have always been destined to be necessitates acquiring new understanding of the sacredness of our souls and overcoming the resistances that hinder our progression to enlightenment.
Boston. I watch with much pain and compassion as the stories of shock, pain, and bravery unfold. It makes us question: What would we do if faced with such a trauma? Would we try to hide? Would we crack the glass and pull the lever? Would we run toward the event or away from it?
Where do we start when we want to begin something? Do we start at the beginning, the so-called first step? Do we take the fool's journey by jumping in and hoping that the safety net will appear? Do we plot and plan and use our astrological charts to align with the most auspicious of times?
Power can be a delicious and dirty word. We instantly associate it with the abuses of power: corruption, tyranny, unfairness, and bending others to our will. We may also fantasize about what it would be like to have the genie who grants every wish.
In the process of spiritual development, you seek your true self. The discovery of the sacred being that lies within provides the means by which you can move beyond the limitations you have created in living your life.
This is the time of year when many of us go back to school or recommit to a pending project. It is often a time of renewal. We renew our resolve. We look to see what we have accomplished and what we are harvesting. We look to what is creating value and what is not working as well as it can.