Our recently unleashed COVID-19 pandemic universe which, in a matter of days, has swept away Life As We’ve Known It – never before experienced in pretty much any of our lifetimes – is more than anything a call for courage. It is a time to understand and newly create the Courage to Be
We are all heroes, say all great ancient spiritual traditions, or we wouldn’t be here adventuring and evolving on the earth plane. Whether we talk about designated recovery from addictions, trauma, self-healing, empowerment, therapeutic intervention, they all, to me and actually Carl Jung as part of his definition of archetypes, challenge us to become who we truly are – heroes.
We truly earn our wisdom through being wholly responsible for our lives; and daring to choose what we come to know in our heart of hearts is right and supports our authentic selves is a sacred act of separating out and choosing with higher clarity and awareness. These choices, in turn, always support the greater good.
Do You Know What You Believe? As we know and accept ourselves, so do we believe in ourselves. As we believe in ourselves, so do we trust ourselves. As we trust ourselves, so do we freely choose to act and respond in empowered ways from a place of higher awareness and authentic inspiration and caring. …
We are here to support our greater good without excluding anyone, anything, and especially ourselves. This vision and mission always produces “win-win” solutions that can only reveal themselves through staying present courageously and with compassion as the ongoing “observer-active participant” throughout a whole unfolding journey of becoming.
Times are different, systems are crumbling and/or under siege, and grassroots initiatives continue along with more and more flamboyant power initiatives through currently dominant and entrenched forces. This seems to be the most common theme presented by clients this year, through many different circumstances and individual challenges: How can I successfully navigate through these times of major transformation?