All of us finding our place as a part of a deeply aware and vibrantly alive We. A We where each individual is so transparent that attention and awareness can be intentionally placed where it is most impactful in creating a future that is almost unimaginable, a future that feeds and nourishes us in ways that we deeply yearn for, and almost cannot recognize.
Now, two-and-a-half years along the path, Katie reflects: “Most of all, I’m feeling the power of a coherent heart; that’s really been the note bringing out the song of “Money and Life.” It started with this urge in my own heart and getting in coherence with that and following—you could say—trusting life.”
We are love’s means....Let us trust, you and I, that the current moving through us can and will carry us to our next steps, to the unique expressions and contributions we have to make to the wider ecology of existence. Let us entrust ourselves to this moment, life’s offering, fully given....
This view of collective life is framed with assumptions about the paradoxical nature of group life. Like-principled people can see the paradoxical nature of living in communities, and conflict can be looked at as expressing something on behalf of the collective and its wholeness with paradox. Through principled reflection we may come to understand more clearly those paradoxical forces that draw us into the repeated oscillations of enchantment with the side we identify with and despair when the side we don’t identify with emerges.
How surprising then, that before our eyes, something new has emerged on the planet. This appearance of the new can remind us of hopes and questions that fall away from consciousness, especially in the privileged places of life. Will I really let in the many crises? Is it possible that we’ll find our way through? Does something not quite seen want to be born onto the planet. Do I feel some reflection of it right here where I live? What might that mean for how I look at life and the coming years? What might there be for me to do?