I have been going through much change inner and outer, as I've been watching old stories and patterns fall away deep in places I didn't even know were there. Stories that no longer serve me, stories that are old replays or personal versions of the drama we see being played out in the world. I have been asking "how can I best respond to the painful events happening in my life and the world". The answer I get is to keep practicing being in my heart, listening deeply and align my actions from there. I believe action is important, but heart aligned action is the only way to truly heal and to help those around us.
Though it has been a sweet relief to let go of old stories, it also has felt precarious, disorienting and strange. A time of change and transition is what Charles Eisenstein calls the "space between stories". It has felt uncomfortable to let go, before there is anything else to hold onto. As I talk to others in the same place, it seems we are in that space collectively as well. Are you riding the waves of uncertainty and looking for a way to be in deeper relation with your own tender leanings? Asking what is real and more satisfying to your heart? You are in good company! Let us keep fiinding ways to come together in our journey. There is so much healing that happens when we are witnessed in our authentic vulnerability.