It's Monday, August 3rd, and a Full Moon. Even as I contemplated what was to be shared today, the information bubbled through: figure out the priorities. Right NOW.
Okaaaay....whatever that means, right?
Do you have a favorite way to center yourself? To access information?
I walk through the garden. My priority is to stay heart-centered and this is one way to ensure I'm there.
It's magical, vibrant, alive.
It's here that I recognize the truth that Abraham Maslow shared:
"The great lesson from the true mystics...is that the sacred is in the ordinary, that it is to be found in one's daily life, in one's neighbors, friends and family, in one's backyard."
Does that resonate with you?
Are you finding ways to stay connected and discovering the sacred in the ordinary?
Maslow is also famous for his "Hierarchy of Needs."
Even as I looked at this pyramid, I considered the conversation I had yesterday, discussing how we are in the process of change.
Waking up this morning, I heard "Reverse the vector." I feel like these are the words that were escaping me yesterday, yet I really have no clue what a 'vector' is....do you?
I can tell it's important because I'm covered in 'truthbumps.'
Is this about understanding that everything we think we know is the opposite of what is?
I have so many questions around this....!
So maybe, our priorities are not, in fact, the things to which we've given importance?
Maybe self-actualization is actually supposed to be the foundation of the above pyramid - and the individual and collective priority that will turn this crazy world on its head.