Tag - social change. evolution

Coronavirus (Another) Wake Up call For Humanity

When I look back over my own personal story I can see clearly that every crises in my life was also an opportunity. It was a kick up the ass to alert me to the reality that I was not living in alignment with Love’s intention for me to realise my highest possible potential.  Pain and crises is always a wake up call, a flashing red light and siren to bring our attention to the fact that we need [...]

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The Lover you Seek is Inside You

The world teaches us to acquire, accumulate and strive for love, peace and happiness externally.  The next job, the next holiday, the next healing technique; the next partner promises to be the one that will brings us peace, happiness and contentment. The truth is that everything we seek is an attempt to feel union, oneness and a direct experience of what it feels like to be loved.  We have arrived from beyond the veil of formlessness and Oneness and arrived [...]

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What If?

What if down is really up and up is really down? What if this obsession with happiness leads to sadness? What if technology has nothing to do with giving us freedom and is really about keeping us monitored, subservient, entertained and distracted? What if this freedom is slavery with invisible shackles? What if the news hides from us that which we once knew? What if the truth is hiding in plain sight? What if some terrorists are really freedom fighters and soldiers are really paid [...]

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Walking With Fear

Yes, I feel your presence my old friend, your unsought company prevails despite my requests to walk this path alone. Perhaps you know best? For a while now you have no longer led, you no longer walk beside me but instead linger in the shadows bringing up the rear. When I glance over my shoulder I can see the echo of your icy presence, where you stood moments before as you weave your illusive dance, slinking behind tree and rock. [...]

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‘There is no such thing as a stranger. Just people whose stories we haven’t yet heard.’

As I headed out for my morning walk today I walked past a mother with two toddlers. One was in his push chair and as I walked past he kept shouting ‘Hiya’ to me. I turned round and waved to him and his little voice kept chirping out ‘Hi’ as I walked into the distance. I was aware that his mother didn’t reprimand him and that it was mutually considered to be cute and acceptable. This led me to wondering [...]

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