Navigating The Mysteries of Life

Most of our moments are spent toggling between what we understand and what we don’t yet know.   We spend our lives dwelling in the past, living in the moment and nervously marveling at the mystery of what we can not conceive.   We sit restlessly in the known and fret fearfully about how we will traverse the unchartered future.


The bridge we must build to travel in-between the known and the unknown is made of faith and trust.


When The Mystery of It All is Too Much

How do we come to embrace that most of what we know is not factual? How do we remain comfortably cradled in the mystery of life?  Suspended in the spirit? How do we come to trust the unknown? How do we face the future without fear?


Perhaps we must be courageous enough to slay the monsters and dragons that we imagine will devour us? Perhaps our purpose is to become heroic enough to live out our own nightmares?

Watch Jordan Peterson Isolation & Epiphanies

Or perhaps as we long for days of effortless effort — when what lies before us is too overwhelming to bear – — we might try to remember that the powerful resistance we feel has the capability to lift us to new heights —- if only we do as airplanes do – take off against the wind. 

Watch Jason Silva An Ode to Resistance

I don’t know for certain, but I am beginning to believe that we are much better prepared to approach the mysteries of life from a deep and relaxed state-of-mind. Perhaps this is where we can begin the journey into the unknown.

Try Guided Hypnosis How to Face The Unknown without Fear

Read  How to Create a Mind Ray Kurzweil


Featured Artwork

Hieronymus Bosch was a Dutch/Netherlandish draughtsman and painter from Brabant. He is one of the most notable representatives of the Early Netherlandish painting school. His work contains fantastic illustrations of religious concepts and narratives

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