Just as far too many health-related concerns have since mid-2020 been aggressively corralled and crammed haphazardly into the soon-to-be-infamous “covid containment” ideology, so, too, are disparate and conflicting ecological and environmental concerns being relayed to “climate change” (or, green ideology). In both camps, alarmists and experts alike have been saying “the science is settled,” which, of course, it most certainly is not.
Tag: paradigm shift
There has never been a better time than now to forget everything you know about everything.
The Earth, nature, provides all we need, whether it’s food, medicine, water, materials for shelter and for our arts, perfect sunlight and the stars. But in the modern world, we’ve learned about, adopted, adapted to and live by the endless, cyclical insanity of “not enough” — a distorted epistemic failing, supplanting the otherwise organic human inclinations toward communal betterment, spiritual discovery and genuine self-improvement. The two ideas do not complement each other, and so, we suffer.
As one delves deeper into unraveling the true nature of things, it becomes increasingly evident that nothing about this world defines much in the way of certainty. It’s all theater, variations on themes, recycled myths, stories and narratives, and endless apparent cycles of birth, death and renewal. What do we really know about the truth of anything?
I’ve been feeling the impulse this past week or so to change my approach, to be of better service to my fellow co-creators in the collective. It’s been an intense process of upheaval and integration this past year, and many of us have powered through, elevated our game, and grown up in ways we didn’t even know we needed to. So how do we keep that momentum building toward greater awareness, greater healing, greater empowerment, and greater resilience?