Chaos, rage, confusion, and fear are important and what we do with these energies, even more so.
While our default-setting is generally to ignore or attack that which is bringing us pain or discomfort, the evolved response or ‘advanced-setting’, if you will, requires our curiosity.
When we replace our habitual responses with curious inner-work we find that many times, our anger or fear is stemming from an unmet need– something which we are often unaware of.
Here are 8 helpful questions to explore when we’re ‘hit’ with sudden instability of any kind:
o What is this person, event, or situation requiring of me?
o What is attempting to emerge from this?
o Can I see the bigger grace in this seeming crisis?
o Can I envision the “other side”, or resolution of this crisis?
o How can I serve this situation or crisis without judging, criticizing, over-helping, or manipulating an outcome?
o How can I lend my unique gifts in order to help alleviate this crisis?
o How must I adapt or think differently in order to stop the perpetuation of this “crisis”?
o What would LOVE do?
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