I watched a hypnotist convince an ordinary man that he was a skilled surgeon, and that he was about to perform a life-saving operation on an eggplant. It was interesting to watch the man’s demeanor change so radically, and his brow begin to sweat as he started carving into the vegetable with a plastic knife.
In that moment he absolutely believed that the purple produce was someone’s brain. Continue reading “Mass Hypnosis”
When it comes to embodied enlightenment, subtle doesn’t work. Why? Well, because real change comes only at the heels of disruption. When our lives are traumatized. We have all had that wake up call, some more unceremoniously than others. Continue reading “Wishy-Washy Won’t Work”
This ascension, embodied enlightenment process has a way of blowing up our life as we knew it. And of course our mind is having a hard time with it. And it’s reflected in our body. Maybe our finances, relationships, job, and on and on.
Everything has been disrupted. And our mind keeps trying to make sense of it. It keeps trying to figure out how to make this transformation smoother, more graceful, less painful. And that mind truly believes that will happen if it keeps trying to find order in the chaos. That is what our mind loves doing above all, is to order things, label things, organize things. It is most comfortable when things are formulaic and predictable.
It may be boring, but it is safe. Continue reading “Befriending The Discord”