By the time you are reading this blog, I will be in Brazil, having just finished attending the International Pathwork Conference in Rio, and gearing up to begin the vacation part of my trip, when I will take a tour to Iguazu Falls and the Pantanal.
I write this before I leave, and it fills me with deep gratitude for what lies ahead. As I prepare to leave my home in Virginia and fly to Brazil, I am reminded that as we work to unite the aspects that are in distortion within us, we become more able to come together in our own local Pathwork community. As we transform the obstacles to unity in our own communities, we become more able to experience communion with members of the International Pathwork Community.
And as we do this, we simultaneously are recognizing ourselves as beacons of light that can contribute to the evolution of consciousness in the world. The work begins inside, and may improve our lives personally, but the true mark of our transformation lies in the ripples that spread in ever expanding circles of the recognition of who we most truly are.
You are the Drop. You are the Ocean. You are the ripples expanding ever-outward.
Fortunately, you don’t have to leave the country to experience this. You don’t even have to leave your home.
I’m excited to share with you everything I learn from my travels and my time with other Pathworkers, but for today I’d like to leave you with a few questions:
- How do you see your own personal work in terms of the contribution it makes to your Pathwork community?
- Have you considered how important your work is to the larger International Pathwork Community?
- Can you embrace the truth that we are all interconnected, and that you have a unique contribution to the evolution of consciousness in the world?
- How do you deny these larger truths by viewing your individual spiritual path mostly as a means to a “Happier Ever After?”
I’d love to hear your thoughts, so feel free to shoot me an email!
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