By Millicent Sykes
When the vessel is sick
Cues and signals become distorted
A sense of danger and safety can become inversed
A sense of love and hate can become confused
This makes discovering a solution difficult because the problem seems to continuously morph
What if our organs are attempting to communicate via our thoughts?
When does this communication become less helpful?
If we are here to help each other, how do we do that if we can not see what is happening?
Roadblocks become difficult to pass, as if a brick wall were encountered with no provided detour
Impacting emotions, thoughts, and behaviors
Stuckness and stagnation become the new norm
It’s a degree of separation as an attempt to get closer to your core essence
Discovering the relationship and expression of criticism
How that criticism is internalized and then projected as the perspective of what reality is and has to be
Oh how emotions impact the functioning of the mind… the most potent it seems is fear, anger, and sadness
Acknowledging the grieving process associated with accepting reality
To decide the best way to move
But first, identifying the enemy (sometimes, internal, other times external, and for a few… both)
Then, deciding where to attach one’s focus at the moment before redirecting
The equation between intent and impact is missing variables
What was once annoying becomes what is craved
When does something become bizarre, foreign, absurd?
When does something become disgusting, intolerable, rejected?
Same question but opposite descriptions…
For me, “…that’s a secret I’ll never tell”
For others, well… you tell me
For yourself, well… that’s something only you would know, right?
Like a growling dog, people and things (ugh machines) alert us to their boundaries and limits
“The limit does not exist”
Yes and no..
like anything, there is a threshold that is met and people decide to become stagnate or decide to adapt
When does the tipping point of reality embed into the consciousness of the masses
There may not be an objective truth, however there is a pattern of comprehension
When resistance to nature feels less heavy and digestible
At what point, does wisdom become the collective story?