Perfect Orchestration: How Wolves Change Rivers

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In the next stage of human evolution, human consciousness will develop beyond (while including) self-consciousness, witnessing and self-determination. We will eventually awaken into a shared unity, where our sense of self is located with our origination point – an entirely unique and distinct opening or space that our life flows in and from. We will, in fact, experience that we are both a wave and particle where life exists in the exchanging – between each other and everything.

It will be a kind of return to nature – where we experience being orchestrated, with our full and wholehearted engagement. The incomprehensible genius and beauty we witness in nature and the evolution of the cosmos is moving us, inviting us to be enfolded once again in its embrace.

THOMAS MERTON:
At the center of our being is a point of nothingness that is untouched by sin and by illusion, a point of pure truth, a point or spark which belongs entirely to God, which is never at our disposal, from which God disposes our lives, which is inaccessible to the fantasies of our mind or the brutalities of our own will… It is like a pure diamond, blazing with the invisible light of heaven. It is in everybody, and if we could see it we would see these billions of points of light coming together in the face and blaze of a sun that would make all the darkness and cruelty of life vanish completely.

With deep love,
Patricia

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  1. I love the video and this quote. I have always loved wolves. Just feeling the natural flow, the vibrancy and shifts in the video brought me to tears. I’m experiencing the possibility of aliveness and realness of us humans finding our way to being orchestrated also. I am curious about this piece, “and if we could see it we would see these billions of points of light coming together in the face and blaze of a sun that would make all the darkness and cruelty of life vanish completely.” This sounds so awesome, and feels like it does point us to look at the way we relate to one another.

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