Discover Who You Are in Great Depth
Life is a perpetual quest to create and make meaning, deepen our understanding and give voice to our realisations. In order that others can benefit from our knowledge, we want to awaken them to a new way of thinking. Yet people learn in different ways – some are visual (show me), some auditory (tell me), and some learn best from direct involvement, and we see that any message we want to convey will certainly have greater reach if presented in a variety of ways. We are encouraged, by any failure to be understood, to try different words or ways until it is – especially when we are trying to reveal our own understandings of the mysteries of life.
Inevitably though, eventually anything we try to share will encounter resistance and opposing views – this includes our own contradictory inner thoughts. When such dualities are confronted, it can be a struggle to sort out the wheat from the chaff; light from dark; right from wrong. Each side is convinced it has the right answer.
To reach a deeper wisdom, we go back to basics, emptying the mind of preconceived ideas and approaching things from a different perspective. Then, instead of only seeing what we want to see, or what we have seen before, we notice that totally new perceptions and realisations emerge.
Such openness, receptivity and readiness to consider new ideas, typically leads to major breakthroughs. Original, fresh, things are created. Whole new ways of doing and being emerge and we discover there is so much more to explore than we previously imagined. We wake up to new possibilities.
By resisting less frequently and insisting less stubbornly, even more extraordinary insights and scenarios can occur if we are able and willing to invite and participate with unseen, yet supportive, spiritual forces and we find we can flow more readily.