Well, talking about the Mayan calendar got me thinking about what’s happening on the planet now. So this morning’s cup of coffee is about transitions.
They come in different sizes, these transitions. They can be small. They can be medium. Or they can be really large, sort of like the one the planet and humanity is going through at this time.
Transitions of any kind are often messy. And this one is no exception. The anticipation is building as December nears. What’s going to happen? Are we going to still be here the morning of December 22nd? I’m going on the record now (I’m feeling pretty emboldened by this morning’s cup): yes, we will still be here the morning after.
In the grander scheme of things, this one singular day only marks a step in the journey. When the caterpillar moves into the cocoon stage, all that it was breaks down completely. The body of the caterpillar liquefies. Then, all of that rearranges itself into the new form: the butterfly.
It is only after this process is completed that the new form emerges from the cocoon. When I look at the current state of the planet, I would put us in the beginning stages of the liquefaction process. The caterpillar body is just starting to break down.
That’s why I doubt that the morning of December 22nd is going to show us the dawning of a brand new day, a new way of being on the planet instantaneously born out of the energy of the night before. We still have linear time here. We haven’t learned to vibrate fast enough to transcend linearity. And that is a whole other cup of coffee.
We’re just talking over coffee here. I’m no expert about anything. I’m just sharing when it looks like from my backyard. There’s still a little breaking down that will need to happen before the building up process can begin.
One thing I’m pretty sure of: eventually we’re going to have a butterfly.
Give Light, and the darkness will disappear of itself. ~ Erasmus
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