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December 29, 2020

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Translating Meaning Into Life: A Taoist Parable

Do you have the patience to wait until your mud settles and the water is clear?

– Lao Tzu –

Translating Meaning Into Life: A Taoist Parable

“During a time of great drought, a Taoist master was asked by members of a village if he could help bring rain to their dry fields. They confessed trying many other approaches before reaching out to him, but with no success. The master agreed to come and asked for a small hut with a garden that he could tend. For three days, he tended the garden, performing no special rituals or asking anything further from the villagers…” So begins an intriguing Taoist parable, that is used here as a springboard into an exploration of synchronicity, and the idea of ‘being the change we wish to see in the world’. { read more }

Be The Change

Pay attention today to the relationship between your inner world and your outer reality. For inspiration here’s a passage by Dan Siegel on “Developing Mindsight” { more }

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