Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Email: Inner tectonic shift [Sz]

We do need to take enough time for ourselves; it's vital to be fundamentally happy -- a state which cannot be achieved by wishful thinking or willpower but [only] by balancing one's needs and responsibilities with one's spirituality and personal growth. I think if we are not balanced that way, we miss opportunities for financial and social growth because people pick up on our subtle dystectonics (a word I just invented that applies the metaphor of tectonic shift or displacement -- earthquakes -- to our inner lives).

So long as we are distracted by the "neediness" of wanting something too much, we are still preparing to be ready for the fullness of it. Once we feel like we can go either way, then we are ready to choose either path freely.


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