“people have a hard time letting go of their suffering. Out of fear of the unknown, they prefer suffering that is familiar ” – Tchich Nhat Hanh
We sense so much fear – of the new, the old and the now. It feels as if sometimes in the moments we think we can stand on rocks, a wave comes back again and throws us off.
Our patterns come back to the surface as if we never tried to communicate, to heal and give them what they need. It’s a constant roller coaster, a constant awareness that yearns water to remain lush and green- over and over again.
There is a kind of grey zone that doesn’t seem warm nor cold, light nor dark.
It’s in those moments when our sensitivity to the vulnerability of our own selves is being challenged. A moment when a higher source is moving and unlocking passages through us that in the moment we tend to misconceive.
A moment where we need to breathe and trust and know that we haven’t forgotten how to stand on rocks, but simply relearn how to guide ourselves to remember.
To remember how to navigate through our grey zones.