If meaning makes the difference between a life worth living or not, why is it that don’t you create a meaning that makes life worth living?
You can’t, you won’t… but why? Let me muscle test!
- You lack intellectual capacity? 30%
- You don’t have the spiritual capacity to see the big picture in width and it time? 90%
- You lack the willingness to be responsible, willingness to cause the context. 100%
- You lack the courage to cause the context, or pretty much anything… 100%
Being a sheep means lack of courage, lack of vision, lack of responsibility
Stuck energy. Stinginess.
Can you change? Yes. How? Through activating spiritual capacities with practices that need that capacity.
If you observed me, you would say that I don’t do myself what I suggest that you do: expand my life, expand my cone of vision, expand my social whatever… But what you see and what is are vastly different. Most of what matters happens in the invisible.
I am going to explore this difference, this seeming or real gap in this article.
I mentioned in an article that the exercise class has introduces sideways motions of my body and as a result a pain that limited my movements for 20 years eased to such a degree that today I can lie on my back and both legs will be lying on the bed. Previously I could not do that. For 20 years. Why? What was wrong? I don’t know.
A student of mine, a massage therapist wrote back to share that she had been, instinctively, using techniques that allowed her to stay on her feet and be well…
In one of your recent articles you were talking about how side movements help with joints. It’s a very interesting observation.
For years I’ve struggled with back pain. I am tall 5’11” so if i fall it’s a long fall and i fell a few times in my 20’s.
Anyways I have noticed even when I massage for many hours a week my back is doing good. When I massage I am on my feet and my movements are always sideways so i rock back and worth sideways. After I read your article several days ago I became a little more conscious about how I massage and how I move.
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