Is the tale of the Horse Race just another forecast of doom and gloom? What does it all have to do with us, really? With evolutionary cycles quickening and energies polarizing, we are at a crossroads of choice – light vs. dark, good vs. evil, wealth vs. poverty, freedom vs. tyranny, joy and fulfillment vs. depression and despair, vibrant health and emotional balance vs. stress and sickness. Evolution and change are catapulting us at warp speed into new paradigms, calling us to stand accountable for who and what we are in the world.
We yearn for the light, constantly looking for ways to make our dreams of harmony, balance, and beauty a reality. We are inspired by our vision of a fuller life. Unfortunately, many of us are overcome by the enormity of the task and throw up our hands in frustration. Many of us just sit on the fence, waiting to see what will happen or waiting for someone else to do it for us.
Life develops what it demands, and life is demanding that we go beyond our self-focus to soul consciousness, to step into action as warriors in every aspect of our lives to serve humanity and the planet. If we do not choose to get off the fence on our own, events will knock us off.
What will it take? Step out of the weaknesses of complacency, naivete, and the lack of reality awareness. Break away from the prisoner bonds of convenience and comfort that come at a tremendous cost to our planet and quality of life. Quit being satisfied with information and entertainment.
Seek wisdom and knowledge that only come from direct experience, testing, challenge, and mastery. Practice your faith and prayers, for they are the intrinsic expressions of yearning for connection and alignment with spirit and the light within us. Live our lives, moment to moment, fostering love and harmony, focusing on the light and all that is good.
Adopt a warrior’s stance against the dark. Only then can we face the enemy – both the enemy within as well as the enemy outside ourselves. Nothing in life overcomes what it runs away from.
To learn more, check out the Song of the Deer by Thunder Strikes with Jan Orsi.