As our society devolves into more disintegration and chaos - many norms of life disrupted or unavailable - there is a need to rethink the impact of grief and loss, and to find better ways to cope. In this article I'll outline a long view of our unprecedented situation and provide key remedies.
In these moments of chaos, division, and global climate of dissatisfaction, our conditioned instinct is to long for certainty and some semblance of normalcy. We are wired to be more comfortable with the status quo, even if we could create a better reality.
As we go into the last days of July, it’s helpful to reflect on the past couple of months of roller-coaster energies. If you’re like most of us, you’ve felt challenged by the continual parade of intensity and escalated emotions.
Our eclipse season comes with key opportunities for breakthroughs and looking at our lives in new ways. These opportunities are not linear or automatic. They are quantum, accessed over time through our own consciousness, understanding, and effort.
If you're like most of us, life in 2020 seems like a series of endless twists and turns and at times like you're trapped in a construction zone. Certainly with the global pandemic, the energy of uncertainty and unknowns is ever-present.
We have big changes percolating in this unique cycle of time, each of us and the collective in a massive reflection and review. What we learn about ourselves during this time can lead to new potentials we previously couldn't access or manifest.
Throughout human history there have been protests bringing light to injustices, and in some cases catalyzing significant changes and laws. As an example, the 1960s was a decade of numerous protests. In the US, protests against the Vietnam War were effective in changing public opinion.