Living whole is not synonymous with happiness, but we’re most happy and effective as a human being when aliveness is springing forth from the depth of our being.

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When Joseph Campbell said, “follow your bliss,” he was referring to the state of aliveness where one is paying attention, being open, and “in the flow” or “zone” of living whole in the present moment.

Living whole is not synonymous with aliveness, but we’re most happy and effective as a human being when aliveness is springing forth from the depth of our being.

“In-the-flow” of Being Alive

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We all need to see more clearly the truth of the way things are on this planet, or we’ll blindly stumble along and may even destroy ourselves and all other life. 

Open Space Question:

  1. 1.What can be done consciously to move into “the zone”?

  2. 2.And when do YOU find yourself “in the zone”?

“As good as it gets”

What if we were already complete.

No matter how dark a situation may be, it is not all black.

Love is accessible at all times.

Living whole is not synonymous with happiness, but we’re most happy and effective as a human being when aliveness is springing forth from the depth of our being.

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Neil Diamond - Skybird

“skybird make your sail

songbird make your tune

find your way

seek out your harbor of light

let your song be heard”

Like starlings synchronize their flights in constantly changing formations, so too, human beings must together constantly adapt to changing and challenging life conditions in order to survive and thrive. In this “flight-for-life” our aliveness shapes “The Shift” in a multitude of unfolding patterns and formations.  <more> Yes, “flying” together attuned to one another, is one example of being  in the zone”.

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The Starlings analogy