The evolutionary process is going somewhere. And now, maybe for the first time in history, we can decide with more conscious awareness where it’s going. But our ability to do that depends entirely upon who we understand ourselves to be.
What part of our self are we identifying with?
Is it the personal psychological ego, or the conditioned habits and beliefs of our culturally created self-sense?
Or is it the deeper, more authentic self that we discover when we awaken to the impulse to evolve?
When we make the effort to identify more with the vertically moving energy of the impulse to evolve than with the horizontal pull of the personal ego and cultural self, everything changes.
We make ourselves available to that powerful telos, and when we do we become profoundly transformed.
Now our attention has shifted from the conditioned past to the ever-ecstatic immediacy of the possible, here and now. [source]
If we all are committed to the same higher goal, there is room for many opinions and points of view—they are all colliding in a living, dynamic, creative context, in which everybody benefits from the friction.
This takes guts and it takes heart; it means you always have to be willing to reach beyond the familiar, take risks, and continually let go.
When this shift of identity occurs, the Authentic Self becomes the driver of the personality and the personal self takes a back seat.
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