MKE Week 17 – You Can’t Miss The Dance

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What overwhelms you could be the very thing that you need to overcome. The definition of overwhelm is to bury or drown beneath a huge mass. But let’s look at the negative side of this first.

Do you remember how Haanel taught us about how both cannot exist without the other that by rejecting the negative you can sabotage your new reality emerging!

That was eye opening because so often we see people posting on social media positive (good) vibes only, no negative vibes etc. But they avoid the very thing that overwhelms them which is in fact the way to stepping into their greatness, but they will never find it because they absolutely refuse to allow any negative thing in their lives.

They are not in harmony nor following natural law and as a result, they will go through life never fulfilling their definite major purpose never answering the call of the hero’s journey.

I was floored by this fact, because you and I have the answer we know how to find our definite major purpose and we now know what we want and how to get it! Could this be the same as when you and I just happen to work with an unpleasant coworker and instead of allowing them to ruin our day, because we have the answer, we can take any unpleasant experience and use the law of substitution. We can take any experience and make it what we choose to make it.

Others would allow this person to wreck their lives and be miserable at work or do their best to avoid the unpleasant person(s) It reminds me of the song the Dance in the lyric it says:

And now I’m glad I didn’t know the way it all would end, the way it all would go. Our lives are better left to chance I could have missed the pain, but I’d have had to miss the dance.

We want to avoid the pain, but we need to realize that the pain is necessary for us to step into our destiny and live our true dharma. Until next time, and there will be a next time!

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  • Astute observation, Shannon. Thank you. This reminds me of Kahlil Gibran’s “Joy and Sorrow”. One line is “The deeper that sorrow carves into your being, the more joy you can contain”

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