When we live life by looking for and finding “problems” to fix, this only makes us better at problem-solving.
Yet that is often how we experience life. Moving from one “problem” to another because as we “land” here on earth, we experience what I refer to as a “splat.”
The body goes one way, the mind goes another, the breath yet another way, and the spirit “hangs out” trying to figure out what’s what wondering, “How do I land here fully and live this life?”
This leaves us needing problems to fix in order to know who we are.
We operate from within that dispersed, problem-solving state as if this is how life is supposed to happen. You think, this is real and make do despite the sense of, something’s missing. Slowly, during the course of life you begin to pull yourself back together and start to feel more collected and connected.
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