For some reason, I got curious about the relationship between healing and clarity.
They are not exactly the same. Healing is just healing in an ordinary sense, mind/body healing of certain patterns.
Clarity reaches a bit wider.
(a) Clarity may invite in healing as who I am, at the mind/body level. I thought a kid bullied me at school, found something else is more true for me, and there is a healing of that situation. I heal from it.
(b) Clarity may heal my relationship with what is. I may find genuine peace with it, appreciation and gratitude for it, and I may find a genuine love for what is – as it is. I thought the experience I sometimes have when I wake up in the morning (heavy, foggy, disorienting) was a problem, and find something else is more true for me. The labels I put on it are just my interpretation. It supports me in investigating how I relate to it. I can function even when it’s here. It helps me find genuine humility.
(c) Clarity may invite what I am to notice itself. It’s all already whole, and there is no need for healing as what I am. I discover what is without taking stories as true, and it’s what what’s here happens within and as. Nothing is left out. It’s beyond and includes any polarities and stories. It even includes the stories of the possibility of further healing at the human level, and seeking that as appropriate – out of kindness.
In a sense, clarity is healing. Clarity may heal body & mind. Clarity may heal my relationship with what is. And clarity “heals” when what I am notices itself and that it’s all already whole.
- healing and clarity
- at the level of who i am
- change dynamics, patterns etc. – all the ordinary forms of body/mind healing
- (a) may invite in healing as who i am (ordinary human level, mind/body healing)
- (b) may heal my relationship with what is (find genuine peace with it, appreciation/gratitude for, find genuine love for what is as it is)
- (c) may invite what i am to notice itself (see it’s all already whole, no need for healing as what i am)