This is the time of year that prompts a wide range of emotions. Although this is expected to be the season of joy not everyone might be experiencing such joy. Why are we so triggered by Christmas and the overall season leading into a new year?
Quite often we face incredible complexity and frustration as we aim to configure the direction of our lives. We ultimately crave personal and spiritual expansion; deep discovery and a sense of freedom. At times we experience hints of greatness, magic and a life without limits!
Everything we own is technically rented, leased or borrowed. When people exit the planet, all of their possessions are given to someone else or destroyed. Those items suddenly matter to someone else, and can quite often lead to squabbles over ownership of “stuff” that previously belonged to the now deceased.
To be alive in this moment, in this time, is to be on the cusp of this upgrade in the human experience. Perhaps the appearance of the world around us may seem to reflect something other than an upgrade.
We each live a life of immense distractions. This is however an incredibly necessary component in the human game. Distractions create somewhat of an amusement park fun house effect much like the house of mirrors.
While change is inevitable we still find ourselves in resistance to it. Particularity when we are faced with making changes that seems to be in our own hands. Perhaps we become more resistant because there is a sense of powerlessness or control over the change that will or will not occur.