The constantly turning kaleidoscope of life cannot be contained in static words. The unfolding mystery cannot be named. The observer influences the observed with the quality of observation and everything changes in an instant. Knowing this, there are no workshops or books, teachings, traditions or techniques which can apply to living the mystery of life.
However, as a start, as a help to transition from the old, linear, polarized, mechanical way of living to actually being alive — here are some words to experiment with. I find them useful. Will you share with me what you find?
Thank you. - Gary
Being the Present Moment Being the original design
Opening the heart to give and receive Being grateful for what is
Listening deeply to what Life is saying Acting in the Flow
Letting go of what hinders Embracing what nurtures and supports
Being the unknown, the mystery unfolding Serving the wholeness of life
"Nobel Prize biologist Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, refers to syntropy as an “innate drive in living matter to perfect itself”.
"Some say that a desire arrives in your heart only because it can be fulfilled. As living beings, we have syntropy working in us in a very deep level. It’s this natural striving for growth, for expansion of life and consciousness. The hunger for getting better, living better, having more from life. This psychological drive, when obstructed, leaves us with a feeling of frustration and dissatisfaction that is hard to explain or to get rid of. We may try to numb it through small pleasures in life, or forget it through being busy at work or with family. But it’s still there.
"I won’t tell you to “be brave, follow your passion, chase your dreams!” (words that, although true, can easily become empty clichés). But I will remind you to get in touch with this primal aspect of our human nature, to hear its wisdom, and to honour it - allow it to take any shape it wants in your life."
Syntropy Live and Dare Inspiration - #6 Giovanni Dienstmann LiveAndDare.com