We have less to fear from unknown dangers than we did long ago, yet the negativity bias persists. So, it is up to us to retrain our brains to take notice of positive, relaxed moments, and to record them for future use. For many of us, this is a new skill.
When things go wrong, we sometimes say, my trust let me down, or I let my guard down. Consciously or unconsciously, we place a barrier between ourselves and our own deepest wisdom. Why we do that is a longer story, but most of us do.
posted 6 April, 2021 (Sunday, 28 March, 2021) - Pepper Lewis
Our first association with advice came from parents and teachers; well-intentioned people who are at least one generation away from us. Parental advice says, “Do what I say, not I what I do.” It says, “Be careful. Be safe. Don’t get hurt.”
A few months ago (it seems longer) as the shock of COVID-19’s global side-effects really began to sink in, I explored a theory, which I later shared in a YouTube video, that our experience of ordinary time may have become entangled or crisscrossed with other timelines
We use the term “psychic” to describe people with a natural (or developed) ability to sense what others cannot or will not. I say will not, because most people don’t make an effort to develop these abilities. It’s not anyone’s fault.
There is nothing you can do, intentionally or otherwise to shut down your relationship with the earth. Awareness of the living energy of the earth, the vital force called Anima Mundi, is one of the more “real” things we can count on these days.