The hawk represents spiritual enlightenment, focused observation, and changing perspectives. A messenger of divine spirit or higher consciousness, if the hawk crosses your path you are about to receive a meaningful message that will help to illuminate something that you once believed to be mundane or ordinary. A Hawk may also signify that the time for
An argument aginst basic notions of morality.
To forgive yourself and others is to embrace the ambiguity of empathy and compassion. Nothing is ever simple when it comes to what is good and what is evil, often it comes down to what side you are on and your perspective.
From Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet
“Of the good in you I can speak, but not of the evil.
For what is evil but good tortured by its own hunger and thirst?
Verily when good is hungry it seeks food even in dark caves, and when it thirsts it drinks even of dead waters.”
Expanding on my first post Demystifying Wellness: 3 Ideas on Where to Start I wanted to talk a bit more about the concept of I should versus I want to. When you were younger did your parent/grandparent/teacher ever correct you when you asked to do something by saying: Can I …leave the table? They would then
The second in the V&E series Zarathustra’s Discourses I am discovering what it means to transition from the passive being (emergence) to the active becoming (vehemence).
Vehemence is a display of strong feeling or passion and thus it is the power word for our actions associated with achieving the renewal of Body, Mind, and Spirit. “When you choose with discernment, integrity, and passion, you submit yourself to the slow unglamourous miracle of change.” John O’Donohue Eternal Echoes Vehemence is a word that is best defined by its synonyms meaning,
What elements are essential to the changing self? Vehemence and emergence is about self-recognizing and self- exploration aiming for the the synchronicity and wellness of our bodies, minds, and spirits; this means that change is an essential component, but what makes change in the Self?