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Friday, January 16, 2009

A Disturbance in the Force

"The dysfunction of the old consciousness and the arising of the new are both accelerating," writes Eckhart Tolle in Stillness Speaks.

"Paradoxically, things are getting worse and better at the same time, although the worse is more apparent because it makes so much 'noise'."

I want him to be right about this. Tolle. I want him to be possessed of the clarity and perspective I lack.

I want to believe.

The guts of the world are twisting and anxious, Zeus and Hera are fighting in the kitchen, pots are thrown, dishes break.

If only it were pots and dishes.

5 comments:

  1. It feels awful when the doubts creep in for awhile. I guess that's why we all need to take turns reminding each other that all is well.

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  2. All is well, and all shall be well, and all manner of things shall be well.

    There are two places I go that help me feel better - well, more than two! But here are two:

    World Puja Network -
    http://www.worldpuja.org/home.php Their newsletters help me put things in perspective - you can read the latest here:
    http://tinyurl.com/7ue9uu (I think you have to subscribe to read the archives on the world puja site)

    And Karen Bishop's site:

    http://tinyurl.com/9exs2j

    And - don't forget to breathe!

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  3. Thank you, all. The ebb and flow is constant, eternal. Rock on.

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  4. It's difficult to hold onto hope too tightly when you've had it snatched away so many times. But it's necessary.

    I've given your blog a lemonade award. If you haven't already received one, you can read about it on my blog: http://tangledhill.blogspot.com/2009/01/lemonade-award.html

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