Instability: Possibility

Instability: Possibility

When the world seems out of order, maybe it’s time for an internal reorder.

Would we ever make radical changes to our life if we always got what we think we needed?

Has the inner void ever been filled by the temporary satisfaction of having our projections momentarily fulfilled?

Hasn’t the fear of our life’s details shifting at any moment stolen any true and lasting sense of peace and contentment?

As Led Zeppelin’s Stairway to Heaven says: “If there’s a bustle in your hedgerow, don’t be alarmed now; It’s just a spring clean for the May Queen.”

In other words, as the shit is hitting the fan, we are simply being pointed to look in a different direction for answers and for stability. There’s only one road to freedom and its direction is inward.

Maybe that direction seems upside down, but do we really know what is upside down and what is right side up?

Why continue to look for the pot of gold where it can’t be found? Why continue to seek shelter from the storm while refusing to get inside?

Instability can lead to possibility.
Chaos can lead to order.
Fear can be transformed to love because fear is learned while love is what we are. Love is what’s left when fear is unlearned.

The missing piece to your peace puzzle is not what is or isn’t going on, or should or shouldn’t be happening, in the world.

The missing piece is you, and the question is: Will you continue seeking outside of yourself, convincing yourself that you’re content with scraps that lead to nothing but heartbreak after heartbreak? Or will you finally heed your ancient longing to remember your true identity and start walking yourself home?