“Even in the darkest of times, there are always lessons, even if that lesson is as simple as you now have a concrete example of what you will never create in your life again.”
There are lessons in everything. Everything.
Many feel that learning is only for school, hobbies or work and end up completely missing the vast wealth of information readily available to them through simple observation through a few critical lenses.
If we recognize this one simple fact, the path into enlightenment and flow becomes much easier to intuit: As you move towards your end goal, be that internal or external, whatever you are carrying that is keeping you from that result will show itself as an obstacle or an emotion getting in the way.
Many see this as, “Everytime I try to achieve or do _____________ , then I always end up experiencing _____________ . It never works out the way I intend.”
Instead of fighting for the end goal, simply shift the perspective into what is floating up to the surface as an obstacle.
Is it an emotion? Is it a specific person or people? Is it an internal trend? Is it a negative or doubtful perspective?
What is keeping you from achieving or feeling what you truly wish? In order to achieve the end result, attention must be brought into the blockage and space for transmutation must be held in order to truly release the pattern from your genetic, energetic field, mental awareness and muscle memory.
Even in the darkest of times, there are always lessons, even if that lesson is as simple as you now have a concrete example of what you will never create in your life again.
Keeping a space of your consciousness observing and watching your thoughts and feelings as you move through interactions, situations and reality will show so many aspects of understanding, so many lessons in reality, that decoding these lessons will become automatic.
Instead of failing, you will step into learning, because there is only one path in Mastery. Either succeeding, or learning. Failure becomes a tool of the dark ages, relegated into the dustbins of antiquity where it belongs.