if you’re thinking you’ll get to know someone by their social media feeds, you’re dreaming. i avoid filtering my little rants and shares as much as possible, because i learn and relate most to others who do the same; less bullshit is better for the spiritual economy….
say something real.
speak from your authentic space.
bypass that polite, carefully constructed, dancing-around-the-point, maybe-they’ll-infer-what-i-mean bullshit….
when we practice authentic, open communication as a rule, we lose the need to protect ourselves from attack, or to save up “doozies” to assail someone when a defensive moment arrives….
any and every relation-ship serves us consciously, and unconsciously….
it’s tough to engage paradigm shifting dialogue when everyone comes into it believing they’re right. it’s an unnecessary, childish heaviness that’s ineffective and destructive, at best. to move forward as a collective, we have to temper the fuck-you, knee-jerk reaction, and ground our concerns in greater compassion, and heart-centered, active listening. it sounds basic, but…