“We Are All One” vs “Individuation”

“We Are All One” vs “Individuation”
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Hello

It’s been a little while.

And there’s good reason for that. But perhaps I’ll reveal that to you another time.

For today, I’m just going to share this…

This morning in my yoga practice, the teacher did something remarkable.

She went and met every single person on their mat before starting the class.

There must have been almost 50 of us in the room. But that didn’t matter.

She made a personal point of locking eyes, sharing space and being present with each and every single one of us.

I felt as though she wanted every single being to be seen. She wanted to honour their ‘being-ness’. She wanted to highlight their uniqueness.

She effectively individuated the sh*t out of us all.

And that is special.

I’m in a world where it’s so often screamed that we are one. That we are all the same.

And whilst I get it, I sooooo get it, we’re also all so bloody different. And we all want to be noticed. We all want to be thought of as special. We all want to really be seen by another.

Personal development and spiritual junkies may say, “if you love yourself fully, then having someone external to you honour you is not necessary”.

But I don’t care much for that perspective right now.

I’m interested in seeing past the philosophy and into the person inside.

I honour you. I love you. I see you.

With love

Lynda

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