Much of my trip to Thailand in 2019 has echos of the past when the Beatles that famous Liverpool band of the 1960’s went on a voyage of personal discovery to India and some say produced one of their best albums and The White Album was the result.
Now let’s get this straight I’m very unlikely to be producing an album in the very near future but the analogy stands good and here is why?
Sooner or later you will question the things you have simply accepted, the things you have hitherto ignored but knew it just didn’t quite sit right with you. When you do, you will do as we all do, and respond in one of three ways.
1. Some people will respond by resisting their calling and instinctively fight causing internal conflict with themselves and in doing so blocking vital channels of energy. Their energy is spent negatively in the resistance of their calling and not in the expansion of the positive energy giving rise to creative outlet.
2. Some people will take flight from their personal current situation and make the changes their calling has desired. It’s a brave decision accepting you need to develop moving from the comfort zone to the learning zone. It’s also the most rewarding.
3. Some people will freeze. They know they need to change but simply don’t know how to go about it so they bury their head in the sand.
Its a matter of perception, timing, and picking the right fights or simply choosing not to fight if fighting means electing to maintain the status quo. You will know when it’s right because it will feel right. Right!
So you have the why; which is the end of what was and the beginning of what will be; but you don’t have the what or how? As for the when then that’s now!
Amaravati is the answer to your what and how and by listening to Ritthee Gurusingh of Amaravati you may very well discover your Nirvana.