Today the world faces three major crises and in addition America faces a political catastrophe. We’ll settle the catastrophe Nov. 3rd, but the other three: Black Lives Matter, the COVID-19 pandemic and Global Warming are going be with us for a while. What are we to learn from these three phenomenon?
Our resistance and the energy it generates through conflict, provides the driving force for a system that will eventually bring us home. Perhaps you already know that there is a great deal more to life than to be born, pay bills and die. This is especially true if you consider the complexity of everything in the universe and how perfectly it all fits together.
When you are engaged in a conflict, you and the other person are at swords’ points, your focus is going to be on them and what they are going to do next. The last thing you want to do is to go any deeper and start investigating your own motives. We just want to get through the moment and stop.
What lies beyond and supports both is a state of utter stillness and silence. It is unreachable by either words or mind. The only way to know it is to be it.
by Ross Bishop When John Gray published his Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus in 1993, experts dismissed the work as pop culture nonsense. For years the scientific community, while acknowledging the significant impact of culture on behavior, maintained that there were few meaningful differences between the sexes regarding psychological traits and abilities, cognitive abilities, verbal and nonverbalRead more