‘The Self wishes to create to evolve. The Ego likes things just the way they are.’*
For forty days we’ve been exploring how and what to let go of in order to let a new something and new Self come, to emerge.
I’ve no idea what this might mean, only that there are possibilities in front of me I couldn’t sense before. I know I’ve been given an “A” and I’m turning up to find out what this can mean.**
Turning up is part of what it means to have an A attitude. It means the only thing I’m prepared to make a final judgement on is that I have and A, so I keep my mind open. It means taking a long view, that nothing is going to happen in a hurry, but a lot might happen slowly. It is an exodus, quest, odyssey.
When we’re on this kind of journey, there’ll be part of us screaming for conclusion: “I want to know what this is. When will I arrive? I want to know exactly what’s involved.” All we know about what lies before us, though, is that we have the whisper of an idea which excites us, and, the journey will change us.
‘Acknowledging the good that is already in your life is the foundation for all abundance.’^
(*From Steven Pressfield’s The War of Art.)
(**The concept of giving people an “A” before they’ve done anything is explored in Rosamund and Benjamin Zander’s The Art of Possibility.)
(^From Eckhart Tolle’s A New Earth.)