In light of all the wonder that circles, and lately has been weighing down, the internet that is either heightened to emotional frenzy, steeped in charged opinion, bathed in fear, sprinkled with temptation and/or manipulated into separation; I offer this…
“We have looked everywhere – religions, cults, countercultures, various movements, and political/authority figures to lead us. However, more often than not, a power struggle ensues and the stability and guidance promised to us is lost in a tempest of fallacy. What we need is transparency. Truth is that transparency. It is what it is. We need a purveyor of truth.”
* now, is everything I share in this book perfectly articulated and absolute? Not necessarily, as it is my experience and that experience expands with each breath and each heart beat. Though, the fundamental principle that is woven through the fibers of the pages and energy of the words is to delve within and align with our personal truth and become the example of the world that we wish to experience. The intention is to open us up to the infinite possibilities.
As a human, i believe there is one simple thread that we can all align with and that is as long as we do not intentionally create harm upon anyone mentally, physically, emotionally and/or spiritually, then we are operating from our personal, and universal, truth – our highest self. This isn’t just beaming out love bombs, radiating awareness… this is taking it to the streets in each and every experience. Being the example and not being afraid to speak what’s on your mind, on our heart and bubbling within that may offer greater insight into how to live a more rich life. This doesn’t mean that we can’t ruffle feathers, breakdown barriers, completely disband systems that are archaic and no longer serve the highest good. This means that we are coming to a point of where we are able to discern between what is in alignment, in harmony, resonates, is co-creative and honors not just a specific gender, race, social status, religious sect, sexual preference, age bracket, physical appearance, political position, prejudiced belief system and/or compartmentalized, standardized behavior.
Don’t be afraid to speak in the face of adversity for the possibility of being wrong, not knowing or being ridiculed. That is all judgment and is a form of manipulation and control that restricts growth. There is only an opportunity for growth as long as we remain open to all possibilities. It’s when we exercise our voice, from our heart rather than unhealthy ego or positioning, that we begin to embrace our true nature and refine, recalibrate and remember who we are, intrinsically; individually and collectively. In Ram Dass’ words, “We are all just walking each other home.”