Can you feel the pull?
We are being invited to de-program.. so as to re-program ourselves. Some of what we experience is out of this world amazing and enlightening (!) and some of it is (for lack of a better phrasing) all the gunk under the rug from the past. At least everything that need to be seen and removed from all-of-our-this-lifetime.
Are you ready? I AM!
What I am 100% clear about and sure of is that all of the personal work and transformation we are each individually and collectively moving through IS THE WORK. As in, this is the exact stuff our soul has signed on for and been waiting for. THIS (not glorious, possibly frustrating moment) IS IT!
This post might bring up a it of agitation.. THIS IS IT?! If that feels like you I offer that you're missing the point. The "it", the thing we think we want and need is moving and shifting.. So, yes, it may feel that your world is shifting. We in being invited o trust that ultimately all that is happening is for the better; is for the good of ourselves and the whole.
The question might entertain our minds with is WHY. Why? Why is all this happening?
We're on the trajectory of enlightenment.. and we can all identify that there's tons of stuff to be clarified in our world. So here we are, Awakening. It can feel a lot. It can feel like we're awakening into the muck. But hey, seeing the muck pretty much assures you that you now know its there. The beauty of the awakening is that you can now address it.
That is a long-winded introduction to Goddess Maia or Maya. As everything I've just written has already been written before, in different ways. That we live in a world of illusion/delusion... and on the flip side transformation and immense possibility.
I mention in the broadcast that this Goddess in Hindu thought can been seen in a negative way: Maya is seen as something essentially negative: a synonym for the illusion of material existence and the ignorance (avidya) that makes it possible.
This is only one side of the same coin, however, and in this broadcast we are invited to see and to understand that this Goddess is point us to the immense power of our own consciousness, of our own creative life force.
In Greek myth, Maia is viewed as the goddess of Spring and the coming of new life. Of course these two views are the positive and negative aspects of the same Reality.
While Maya is associated with avidya, non-wisdom, the Greek goddess Maia is the mother of Hermes, the god of wisdom, and in Buddhism, Maya is the mother of the Buddha, the incarnation of wisdom.
Lisa Marie Haley