Outside, Looking In

Focus Pocus
Focus Pocus

Karma pushes and pulls us through ego; the puppet strings are everywhere.

Awakening feels like being on the outside of life, looking in, as we step out of drama. What does this mean? Ego traits begin to disolve; karmic relationships disolve and we untangle ourselves from the illusion of control.

It’s what we might imagine a ghost would think and feel; we are here, but not here. It feels like a lucid dream that is slipping away.

As we ascend to higher perspectives, life is perceived as William Shakespeare saw it: “All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players: They have their exits and their entrances; And one man in his time plays many parts.”

Until we step out of ego’s spotlight, off stage, our perspective is limited. The audience, or detached observers, can watch the actors enter and exit as they play out the entire story on the entire stage.

The detached outside or higher perspective comes from connecting to higher-self, which guides us via fearless love through the duality school of life that the collective chooses to play out, experience, learn and evolve.

As an awakening collective, we are at the threshold of mass graduation into a new dream of enlightenment.