At the level of our animal nature, we are collectivistic: a lion hunts a herd of wildebeests, and the closer a wildebeest is to the center the better, because if it’s on the edge the lion can get it. The herd provides safety, and the pack doesn’t allow for difference because it would split. The security that we need denies us the right to question the journey that we’re on. And yet, there is no fulfillment unless we separate. And ultimately the irony is that we will meld back into the pack, because the security is necessary.
Not separating from the herd means to accept never being fully alive
Not separating is to always be under the control of forces you’re not aware of
Never knowing how to think for yourself
Never being able to trust your intuition
The pack will fight to keep you in the herd
Those who are close will often not understand
Family members will continue to treat you as if you are in the herd
A journey of God is not a place, an idea, an objective, or somewhere you go to. It is a discovery that you are.
THAT I AM is different than “What do I do?” or” What am I defined as?” or “How does experience build where I’m at?” It questions the very being of my relationship to the becoming of my being. How do I touch from the point of my creation to co-create with the creator in the vastness of space and time the becoming of all other things.
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