Suicidal at 18, I knew that same-old/same-old was not a path for me to follow. In the face of a possible life shaped by antidepressants and alcohol (much evidence around me of it being a bad idea), I knew instinctively that I would have to deal with the intense pressure in my body to free myself from what I was told was ‘real’ and ‘true’ and ‘right’. More than 50 years later, I’m still trusting that pressure in my body to lead.
I tripped over William Brown’s work a long time ago. Sometimes a challenge to make sense of it all, better that struggle than the one that would be required were I to have chosen a different path. I cannot think of a more relevant and timely exploration for William’s work than right here/right now.
To make sense of his work and truly ‘grok’ the power of it, we have to be wiling to embrace the larger picture; be willing to consider that no single thing (i.e. pandemic) can exist meaningfully without an understanding of the larger context within which it evolves/presents (i.e. reality). For me, William’s work (and that of Nassim Haramein – more on that another time) is a gateway to a more expansive mind… and a deeper trust in the intuitive in my own life.
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