While I was driving the other day, I happened to catch an Tapestry interview on CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) with Jill Bolte-Taylor and, even though I knew of her experience from a previous TED talk, it became clear to me that what happened to her could fall into that etheric, secret law of attraction realm. I think that everyone’s does.
In case you aren’t familiar with Jill Bolte-Taylor, she is a scientist who studies the brain. What was very interesting was that she had a stroke and described what it was like while going through it. Very fascinating stuff. I couldn’t help but think of how deep her understanding of the brain would be after experiencing, and recovering from, a stroke. I also couldn’t help but think that Spirit has a Higher purpose for this – and that she would go on to great works with what she knew, intimately, and thoroughly, from experiencing it herself.
Now, what of our works? Do we have to be a scientist, celebrity or astronaut to have a deeper sense that what we have experienced and what we are to experience is not as relevant to the grand mystery of life? That each experience we go through will not help us with something important down the road or help one soul, or many souls, to give pause, to change their mind, or to know that they are so right on with their next move…. all through the communication of a look, a nod, a word, a phrase. You get the idea. The thing is that it is coming from a knowing place – that sharing. There is a Higher part of us that brings in what we need and perhaps, in time, that the secret won’t be such a secret anymore…. that what is attracted will be far more conscious than where it stands now. For me, I am working on it and am far from perfect, but it is neat to see more and do more.
What if we all started opening our eyes more – made our lives more conscious, filled with the work we were passionate about, people we love, places that take our breath away, better ways to live, or world peace? Think about that because I am going to write a lot more on it.
In the meantime, check out Jill Bolte-Taylor’s presentation. I think you will enjoy it – it’s amazing.
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