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.
Since you are naturally intuitive, even without formal training, have you wondered how you developed this gift? More importantly, would you like to better understand how to master your intuitive gifts so that you can live a more authentic and empowered life?
posted 28 May, 2020 (Saturday, 23 May, 2020) - Selacia
History has shown that with great uncertainty comes fear and a human need to control one's circumstances. This is tribal. It is emotionally-based. It can cause adult people to act out like children. And it can divide people - even families - setting in motion even more fear