Connect with Your Spiritual Home, says Hopi Chief
Hopi leader White Eagle commented on the situation a few days ago:
′′ This moment humanity is currently experiencing can be considered a door or a hole: the decision to fall into the hole or walk through the door belongs to you.”
If you consume the information 24 hours a day, with negative energy, constantly nervous, with pessimism, you will fall into this hole. But if you take this opportunity to look at yourself, to rethink life and death, to take care of yourself and others, then you will go through the portal.
Take care of your home, take care of your body.
Connect with your spiritual home. When you take care of yourself, you take care of everyone at the same time.
Do not underestimate the spiritual dimension of this crisis. Take perspective of an eagle who sees everything from above with a wider view. There is a social demand in this crisis, but also a spiritual demand. Both go hand in hand.
Without the social dimension, we fall into fanaticism. Without the spiritual dimension, we fall into pessimism and futility.
You are ready to go through this crisis. Grab your toolbox and use all the tools available.
Learn the resistance of the example of Indian and African peoples:
we have been and are still being exterminated. But we never stopped singing, dancing, lighting a fire and having joy.
Don’t feel guilty for feeling lucky during these difficult times. Being sad or angry does not help at all. Resistance is resistance through joy!
You have every right to be strong and positive. And there’s no other way to do this but to maintain a beautiful, joyful and bright posture.
This has nothing to do with alienation (ignorance of the world). This is a resistance strategy.
When we walk through the door, we have a new world-view because we faced our fears and hardships.
That’s all you can do now:
– Serenity in the storm, stay calm;
– Make the habit of meeting the sacred everyday;
– Show resistance through art, joy, trust and love.
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